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.
The Southwest Climate Science Center reviewed Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis.
KCRW 89.9 FM interviewed IoES Director Glen MacDonald about the Pritzker Family Foundation's $15M donation to support environment and sustainability research.
The Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation and Biotropica selected “Mating Behavior Drives Seed Dispersal by the Long-wattled Umbrellabird Cephalopterus penduliger” by Jordan Karubian, Renata Durães, Jenny Storey, & Thomas Smith for the honor.
UCLA's Alex Hall and Jon Christensen appeared with IoES Board member and filmmaker Lawrence Bender on HuffPostLive's Nerd Forum with Josh Zepps.
IoES in the news and quotable.
This special topic course aims to develop outdoor science activities for the disadvantaged youth that attend UCLA's UniCamp.
A $15-million donation to UCLA is going to bolster environmental studies and start a new prize for innovation in sustainability, officials announced Wednesday.
This gift to the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability creates endowments for multiple faculty positions, the Center for Urban Sustainability, and the $100,000 Pritzker Prize in Sustainability.
Students will be learning a slew of new vocabulary words outside the classroom this year with the opening of UCLA's new healthy dining hall.
The Institute of the Environment and Sustainability's first graduate is Rutgers University's new Senior Transportation Planner.
Meet brand-new additions to the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability student roster.
IoES volunteered at Leo Politi Elementary where activities included gardening and interacting with school children.
Experts call for changes to correct deficits in state's approval process.
The UCLA Water Resources Group, founded by the IoES, works with environmental organizations and government agencies to improve water management in Los Angeles.
The newest issue of the quarterly magazine edited by IoES and Department of History Adjunct Assistant Professor Jon Christensen focuses on water.
California leads the nation in groundwater extraction, but it lags behind in updating groundwater-related laws and regulations. As a result, protracted litigation clogs the courts and threatens precious water resources.
IoES in the news and quotable.
Online multimedia site Public Books published an article by Department of English and IoES Professor Ursula Heise on the environment and comparative literature.
UCLA's Cross-disciplinary Scholars in Science and Technology Summer Program brought student Maoqia Mao from China's Nankai University to work with IoES Director Glen MacDonald and other students on a global climate change study.
La Kretz Center Director Brad Shaffer was interviewed on NPR about the ecological dangers resulting from the interbreeding of endangered California salamanders and imported Texas salamanders, which has created a new type of hybrid "super-salamander."
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