IoES works with journalists and the media in several ways. We’re available to help connect you to sources. We have our finger on the pulse of emerging stories in Los Angeles, around California, and internationally. And we offer journalism and media fellowships in environment and sustainability.
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A National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) study by IoES Professor Matt Kahn.
The topic of the summer academy is Cleantech Entrepreneurship, Finance and Policy.
IoES Professor Susanna Hecht, a political ecologist, was interviewed by Yale Environment 360 about her environmental work in El Salvador.
IoES Affiliate Professor Aradhna Tripati has produced new research that reconstructs ancient climate records.
Paul Bunje, Executive Director of UCLA's Center for Climate Change Solutions, was interviewed at the GGCS 3 summit attended by top leaders of local, regional, national and international entities, academia, business and nonprofit.
Institute Professor Matt Kahn is quoted in a CNNMoney.com article about how China's renewable energy push is good for America.
A panel discussion and Q & A on nuclear energy concerns and its future in California and the United States.
The Institute's graduate-level Leaders in Sustainability curriculum is now an official UCLA certificate program and recently won a prestigious academic award.
Professor Ann Carlson, director of UCLA's Environmental Law Center, who holds joint appointments with the School of Law and IoES, was quoted in an LA Times article about a court ruling on the cap-and-trade provision in California's global warming law.
Dr. Paul Anastas will deliver the Spring 2011 Institute of the Environment and Sustainability Oppenheim Lecture on April 5th at 6 p.m. in UCLA's Fowler Museum. American Public Media's Marketplace radio program interviewed the "Father of green chemist
Los Angeles' 100.3 FM The Sound celebrated Saint Patrick's Day by saluting green organizations and broadcasting two radio spots highlighting the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability.
Teaching Fellows and professors from the Institute's The Global Environment course sing about environmental science and sustainability.
Hugo Cardona Castillo is a Distinguished Professor at the University of San Carlos and a Distinguished Emeritus Professor at The National School of Agriculture in Guatemala.
Institute Professor Matt Kahn contributed a blog to the Harvard Business Review.
IoES and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Professor Phil Rundel is quoted in San Diego's North County Times about a judge halting a plan to cut down part of an old growth forest on land owned by the Bohemian Club.
IoES and Earth and Space Sciences Professor Dave Jackson was quoted in the Los Angeles Daily News about the potential for major earthquakes in California in the near future.
This latest professional credit adds to Dr. Greenwood’s venerable record of involvement with the University.
Institute professor and management researcher Dr. Magali Delmas presents an alternative method for assessing corporate social performance—a method that favors peer-to-peer comparisons over generalized, universal scores.
Two types of raw materials are currently used for biorefining and biofuel production: carbohydrates and lipids. Biofuels like ethanol are derived from carbohydrate raw materials such as sugars and lignocellulose, while biodiesels are derived from another
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