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1% for the Planet exists to build and support an alliance of businesses financially committed to creating a healthy planet.
The Institute of the Environment and Sustainability will support a new research and teaching boat.
Institute Director Glen MacDonald is quoted in an LA Times article about energy independence, national security and environmental survivability.
National Public Radio's "Marketplace" interviewed IoES Professor Matt Kahn about commercial products made using wind and solar power.
The UCLA La Kretz Center will spearhead a number of conservation initiatives throughout the year.
Center for Tropical Research Senior Research Fellow Dr. Kelly Swing has a new commentary in the most recent issue of Nature.
A new report from UCLA School of Law Environmental faculty provides a blueprint for environmental policy in California.
IoES and Geography Professor Thomas Gillespie discussed California's endangered habitats in a Daily Bruin article.
Institute Professor Matt Kahn wrote about the U.S. competing with China on green technology and the obstacles American companies trying to win global markets in clean energy industries face in the New York Times.
IoES & Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Professor Robert Wayne is quoted in an Associated Press story.
UCLA is looking to expand its marine research as it collaborates with the Southern California Marine Institute to create a facility in the Port of Los Angeles.
The renowned Professor of Climate Geology takes a look back into the 10th century to find the effects that the migration of the tropical rainfall belt had on the de-urbanization and eventual collapse of the Mayan civilization.
French-born Magali Delmas got her first hands-on experience with environmental policymaking in her hometown of Bièvres, a village just miles from bustling Paris.
The latest issue of Conservation Magazine highlights Institute professors Susanna Hecht and Sassan Saatchi's research in Central America.
Former Institute Director Mary Nichols will continue to spearhead California's air quality efforts.
UCLA joins a a strategic alliance of 11 major universities in southern California dedicated to advancing ocean studies.
Dart Container Corporation, the world's largest manufacturer of foam cups and containers, has pledged $30,000 in support to one of the Institute's academic programs.
A special feature on water resources and sustainability of the Southwest that was organized and edited for the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science by Institute Director Glen MacDonald is now available.
Institute Director Glen MacDonald guest edited the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences' new drought issue.
Madelyn Glickfeld will continue to serve the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board.
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