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
Institute Professors Bob Wayne and Blaire Van Valkenburgh participated in a symposium about the genesis of dogs and the complex relationship between humans and "man's best friend."
A team of five students discovered illegal tampering of a high-speed nozzle and made recommendations to improve sustainability in dining facilities on the Hill.
The Public Interest Energy Research (PIER) program will create a comprehensive tool that evaluates and analyzes regional energy use and its environmental and socioeconomic impacts.
Bicyclists on campus are hoping that a new campaign just launched by UCLA Transportation will make the roads a little easier for two-wheel travel.
Watch the Phi Beta Kappa and Institute of the Environment and Sustainability hosted lecture held on January 8, 2011 at the Fowler Museum's Lenart Auditorium.
UCLA utility costs are expected to increase in the short term as California moves toward more aggressive standards for renewable energy.
As talk continues about a national high-speed rail system, four UCLA faculty members are researching the more local effects on station cities, especially in California.
A study by Institute Professor Matt Kahn is mentioned in an LA Times article.
The City Carbon Index is a new Web tool designed to benchmark cities' efforts to reduce carbon emissions and motivate citizens to advocate for smart climate policies at a local level, starting in Los Angeles.
Institute Professor and Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Chair Dan Blumstein examined personal uniqueness by analyzing animal calls.
Competition encourages Hill residents to be more sustainable by conserving electricity
Professor Delmas' research focuses on the various interactions between environmental policy and business strategy at national and international levels.
A final decision regarding a law on California greenhouse gas emission reduction will likely come in the next few weeks.
Scientists, historians, artists, explorers, educators, innovators and polar experts will mentor international undergraduate and graduate-level University students on a ship-based journey that will explore southern South America, the Antarctic Peninsula an
Dr. MacDonald will serve as Chair-Elect of the AAAS Section on Geology and Geography.
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