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UCLA Chancellor Emeritus Albert Carnesale today launched a two-day summit in Washington to gather information for a pioneering project on climate change, a study that will culminate in recommendations to Congress.
UCLA set to meet green house gas emission reduction goals eight years early!
The UCLA Institute of the Environment has received a grant from the Nicholas Endowment in support of the mission of the Center for Climate Change Solutions.
Global warming, some have argued, can be reversed with a large-scale "geoengineering" fix, such as having a giant blimp spray liquefied sulfur dioxide in the stratosphere or building tens of millions of chemical filter systems in the atmosphere to filter
Even tropical plant and animal species living in some of the warmest places on Earth may face threats from a warming planet, according to new research co-authored by a UCLA scientist.
The wheat harvest is in across Syria and the Middle East and the situation looks grim. View Video by Glen M. MacDonald.
Californians advised to add severe-weather preparedness to earthquake plans in order to prevent casualties associated with climate change
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