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Gold will serve as the Institute's Associate Director.
Sean Hecht, executive director of the UCLA Environmental Law Center, was quoted in an Associated Press article about efforts to revitalize the Los Angeles River.
UCLA’s power plant had something that professors Yoram Cohen and Panagiotis Christofides wanted: hopelessly filthy water. And they have invented something that the Cogeneration Plant wanted: a way to clean it up.
Better management is key to securing California's water supply for future.
IoES Affiliate Professor Curtis Deutsch co-authored a new study about how climate affects the growth of harmful ocean zones that threaten marine life.
The inaugural meeting of the UCLA Water Resources Group brought water experts and concerned citizens together to review insights and recommendations regarding future water demands.
Water quality at LA County beaches worsened between 2010 and 2011 and water quality statewide dipped slightly but remained “very good to excellent,” according to the annual report released May 25 by environmental group Heal the Bay.
IoES Professor Matt Kahn and IoES Advisory Board member Mark Gold are cited in a LA Times blog about the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power redesigning the monthly bill its customers receive.
Institute of the Environment and Sustainability Director Glen MacDonald is quoted in a Miller-McCune magazine article about water shortages in the western United States.
Richard Ambrose, professor of environmental health sciences, was interviewed on the Australian Broadcasting Corp.'s "The World Today" about the clean-up following the BP oil rig explosion and spill in the Gulf of Mexico on April 20, 2010.
On April 20, 2010 an explosion rocked the BP Deepwater Horizon offshore oil drilling rig. On April 22, 2010 Deepwater Horizon sank, leaving the well gushing at the sea floor and causing the largest offshore oil spill in United States history. Two UCLA exp
New environmental science-related opportunities are available with the newly re-organized bureau. BOEMRE will be hiring environmental scientists in the coming months to do work in fields ranging from environmental studies to NEPA review to environmental c
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.
UCLA joins a a strategic alliance of 11 major universities in southern California dedicated to advancing ocean studies.
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.
The Albuquerque Journal covered IoES Director Glen MacDonald's new drought study.
Created through an award from the U.S. Department of the Interior, six institutions will manage the new Southwest Climate Science Center.
School of Public Health and IoES Professor Rich Ambrose is quoted in an LA Times feature about a proposal to restore Malibu Lagoon.
A UCLA team of engineers works to find alternative sources or water.
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