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The California Energy Commission has approved funding for an Institute of the Enviroment led urban transportation systems project that will help prepare for California's energy future.
Environmental Health Sciences Professor Rich Ambrose assesses the Gulf oil spill cleanup effort on Australia's The World Today radio program.
A study by economics professor Matthew Kahn showing how energy conservation incentives can sometimes lead to greater consumption was featured on the American Public Media radio program "Marketplace."
In a Christian Science Monitor article Professor Matt Kahn talks about what the tragedy of the BP oil spill has taught us about regulations, technology, and how our energy diet must change.
Institute of the Environment Associate Adjunct Professor Travis Longcore led a symposium on the disruptive effect of artificial light at night.
Professor J.R. DeShazo discusses Lancaster's new public-private alternative-energy partnership in a Daily News article.
Professor Blaire Van Valkenburgh talks about the new 'Age of Mammals' exhibit at L.A.'s Natural History Museum in an Associated Press article.
Bird flu research conducted by Center for Tropical Research scientists is featured in the journal BMC Infectious Diseases.
A saber-toothed tiger study co-authored by Professor Blaire Van Valkenburgh is featured in the journal PLoS ONE.
Get ready to harvest a bushel of homegrown tomatoes, bell peppers, green beans and basil right from your backyard garden or containers on your apartment balcony.
UCLA-led study has implications for traffic-related asthma flares.
Accomplished professionals of various disciplines join the IoES roster.
Offered by the African Studies Center and Institute of the Environment, this eight-week research and training program is focused on sustainable community development in Senegal.
Professor Suzanne Paulson is quoted in a New York Times article about analyzing airport atmopshere quality by studying honey produced by bees.
A study led by Professor and Center for Tropical Research scientist Robert Wayne was profiled by U.S. News and World Report.
10 Questions with Professor Rich Turco, founding director of the Institute of the Environment.
An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but does it matter where the apple is from or how it is grown? As awareness of the negative health effects of the pesticides and synthetic fertilizers used in conventional agriculture has increased, consumers have
On June 21 in Washington, D.C., Professor Liao was presented with the 2010 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award.
A new gift will enable the Los Angeles Regional Collaborative for Climate Action and Sustainability to continue efforts to address climate change in L.A.
A unique partnership among undergraduate students in the Institute of the Environment, post-baccalaureate students enrolled in Extensions Landscape Architecture Program and UCLA staff has completed a water-efficient garden demonstration project at one of
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