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Nurit Katz discussed the University's green initiatives on weekly radio show Green is Good.
Climate change is here to stay - for centuries, according to a new report written for the National Academy of Sciences.
A UCLA civil and environmental engineering team and actor Kevin Costner joined forces to revamp technology to separate crude oil from water.
Institute of the Environment Professor Matt Kahn examines unemployment's impact on environmentalism.
Institute of the Environment Professor Matt Kahn discusses his new book, "Climatopolis: How Our Cities Will Thrive in the Hotter Future."
The Billings Gazette reported on a study by Professor Blaire Van Valkenburgh about an alternative explanation for the extinction of woolly mammoths.
Institute of the Environment Affiliate Professor Albert Carnesale was featured in a CNN report on the new documentary about the threat of nuclear terrorism.
Charlie Rose interviews Countdown to Zero producer and Institute of the Environment Advisory Board member Lawrence Bender on his new documentary about the threat of a nuclear event.
A working paper by Institute of the Environment professor Matt Kahn examines the relationship between unemployment and concern for the environment.
Arbol University, a project of the IoE Urban Center for People and the Environment and Earth Systems Science and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology departments at UC Irvine, graduates its first class.
Scientists at the Institute of the Environment Center for Tropical Research help prove U.S. songbirds can carry the avian flu.
Institute of the Environment Professor Matt Kahn participated in a Q&A session with The American Prospect to discuss AB 32, the law that aims to reduce greenhouse gas levels.
The National Science Foundation has awarded the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science $7.5 million to renovate its current infrastructure for use in sustainability research.
The Sci | Art NanoLab Summer Institute — a two-week summer collaboration of UCLA's Art | Sci Center and the California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) — recently introduced 40 high school students to the art and science that stimulates scientific innovation.
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National Public Radio interviews marmot expert and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Professor and Department Chair Dan Blumstein.
In a Science Now article Professor Robert Wayne comments on a genetics study that concludes sled dogs represent their own breed.
Dr. Richard Jackson, Chair of the Environmental Health Sciences department, will be featured in a public television series about improving living conditions in major metropolitan areas.
A study co-authored by Dan Blumstein, Chair of the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology department, is profiled by PhysOrg.
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