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The Institute of the Environment and Sustainability was featured at a UCLA Foundation event.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has commissioned a new National Research Council sustainability study.
An Economist article about global climate change referenced IoES Professor Matt Kahn's new book, "Climatopolis: How Our Cities Will Thrive in the Hotter Future."
Live Science reported on an animal behavior study led by IoES & Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department Professor Dan Blumstein.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has sponsored new research by the IoES Center for Tropical Research.
The lanes would be in effect during rush hours and would go from MacArthur Park to Centinela Avenue, with a gap in Beverly Hills. Residents of Westwood's 'condo canyon' push for an exemption.
The LA Times interviewed IoES & Geography Professor Laurence Smith about his new publication.
Students from the UCLA Lab School have made Stone Canyon Creek, which runs through their campus, the subject of a yearlong science study. They've assessed the health of the creek, measured the levels of chlorine and recently planted its banks with 200 nat
IoES & Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Dept. Professor Blaire Van Van Valkenburgh is the lead author on a new study about polar bears.
After thousands of votes, dozens of campus newspaper articles, and a whole lot of mouth watering, the top winners in this year's Most Vegan-Friendly Colleges competition have finally been announced!
Proposal is still pending approval, but the event could include performances as well as food.
Matthew Kahn is a professor at the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability with joint appointments in economics and public policy. This op-ed appeared originally in the Christian Science Monitor on Nov. 10, 2010 and on greeneconomics.blogspot
Wired reported on a new study about animal vocalizations and movie scores co-authored by Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Chair & IoES Professor Dan Blumstein.
The IoES Center for Tropical Research presents new research on the West Nile virus.
Former Institute Director Mary Nichols is quoted in an LA Times article about the passing of Proposition 26, which requires that certain state and local fees be approved by two-thirds vote, including those that address adverse impacts on society or the en
Featuring the UCLA Bruins Men's Basketball team.
Herbie Huff navigates through Los Angeles with a mental map. A self-proclaimed "hard-core urban rider," her head contains a network of routes and side streets that guide her commute to UCLA.
Institute of the Environment and Sustainability Affiliate Professor Yongwei Sheng's research on climate change impacts on the Tibetan Plateau is cited by Nature.
UCLA's new Green Office Certification program just named the Center for the Study of Women the greenest office on campus – and center Director Kathleen McHugh hopes the news will inspire competition from other offices.
Sean Hecht is executive director of the UCLA Environmental Law Center and a lecturer at the UCLA School of Law. This article originally appeared the joint UCLA and UC Berkeley law schools' environmental law blog, Legal Planet, on Thursday, Nov. 4, 2010.
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