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The convergence in the coming year of three cyclical conditions affecting ocean temperatures and weather is likely to create unprecedented challenges for states that depend on water from the Colorado River.
A forum to discuss the scientific and institutional lessons learned from the Los Angeles Million Tree Initiative.
IoE Center for Tropical Research Director Tom Smith discussed sustainable solutions to global challenges at a summit held on Heron Island in Australia.
UCLA Chancellor Gene D. Block highlighted the work of ESLP's Action Research Teams in his welcome message to mark the commencement of the academic year.
School of Law and IoE Professor Ann Carlson is quoted in an LA Times article about the government's plan to combat greenhouse gas pollution.
A Los Angeles Times Q&A with Institute of the Environment professor and author Matt Kahn.
Institute of the Environment Affiliate Professor Jared Diamond talks about his National Geographic documentary "Collapse."
Schafer was integral to the partnership that led to the establishment of the IoE La Kretz Center, in addition to numerous achievements in his role with the California State Park organization.
The Chicago Sun-Times selected "The World in 2050: Four Forces Shaping Civilization's Northern Future" by IoES Affiliate Professor Laurence Smith as one of its "intriguing titles" for fall.
In this installment of "After Hours," meet Ayla Stern, a UCLA staff member who was recently appointed to the Los Angeles Bicycle Advisory Committee by L.A. Councilmember Paul Krekorian (San Fernando Valley District 2). Stern, who graduated from UC Santa C
A New Republic article about a ballot measure that would revoke the state's global warming bill cited a blog by Institute of the Environment Professor Matt Kahn.
"Climatopolis: How Our Cities Will Thrive In The Hotter Future" is economics professor Matt Kahn's newest publication.
Institute of the Environment Affiliate Professor Laurence Smith has a new book, "The World in 2050: Four Forces Shaping Civilization's Northern Future."
Scientific American published an excerpt from Institute of the Environment Professor Matt Kahn's new book "Climatopolis."
Institute of the Environment Professor Matt Kahn discusses how climate change will impact the city of Seattle.
The Economist reviews Institute of the Environment Professor Matt Kahn's book "Climatopolis: How Our Cities Will Thrive in the Hotter Future."
Professor Daniel Blumstein publishes a new book on conservation behavior.
New York Times blog Economix reviews Institute of the Environment Professor Matt Kahn's new book "Climatopolis."
The Seattle Times featured an Op-Ed by Institute of the Environment Professor Matt Kahn.
Nurit Katz discussed the University's green initiatives on weekly radio show Green is Good.
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