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Research initiated by Institute Professor Magali Delmas revealed that an eco-friendly work environment can lead to increased efficiency.
IoES Professor Magali Delmas served as an advisor for Nairn-Birch, a graduate of the Environmental Science and Engineering degree program.
The Chronicle of Higher Education featured a story about two researchers of environmental and digital humanities joining the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability.
Dr. Jackson is the recipient of the 2012 Sedgwick Memorial Medal.
The Southern California Sustainability Forum took place on August 15th and 16th in Long Beach, California.
Latest press on Center for Tropical Research doctoral candidate Laurel Serieys' urban carnivore research.
IoES Professor Matt Kahn & IoES Affiliate and Environmental Law Center Executive Director Sean Hecht were quoted in a Green Biz article about Prop. 37, a measure on the November ballot that would require genetically modified foods to be labeled.
Center for Climate Change Solutions Executive Director Paul Bunje and Faculty Director and Professor Alex Hall were quoted in an article in Colorado's High Country News about global climate change.
Wildlife biologist Laurel Serieys' research on bobcats is the focus of a new photography exhibit at the G2 Gallery in Venice.
UCLA scientists sing about their coral reef research.
Big Bear Grizzly highlighted research on the paleoclimatic history of Southern California by IoES Director Glen MacDonald and Department of Geography doctoral candidate Katie Glover.
Research conducted as part of the undergraduate course has been published by online science journal Cities and the Environment
UCLA Professor Rajit Gadh grew up in India, where blackouts were fairly regular. Not anymore. He founded UCLA’s Smart Grid Energy Research Center.
Latest press about UCLA's Smart Grid Energy Research Center, led by Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and IoES Professor Rajit Gadh
An Op/Ed coauthored by IoES Professor and Chair of Environmental Health Sciences Richard Jackson about the health impacts of the proposed Farmers' Field in downtown L.A.
UCLA life scientists, working with colleagues in China, have discovered a new method to quickly assess plants’ drought tolerance. The method works for many diverse species growing around the world.
Center for Tropical Research Director Tom Smith participated in a study currently appearing in the journal Nature on averting biodiversity collapse in protected tropical areas.
UCLA researchers have developed a new transparent solar cell that is an advance toward giving windows in homes and other buildings the ability to generate electricity while still allowing people to see outside.
The latest press on IoES Professor Matthew Kahn's new research.
A new study co-authored by IoES Professor Matthew Kahn examines whether homes fitted with Energy Star and other green-rated technologies tend to sell for higher prices.
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