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Eleven questions that should shape the next decade of geographical sciences research are identified in a new publication by the National Research Council.
Institute of the Environment Professor Matt Kahn comments on an incorrect analysis of AB 32, California's global warming solution law, in an LA Times Op-Ed.
Institute of the Environment Launches a New Sustainability Partnership with Business
The City of LA to encourage businesses and residences to install their own solar panels.
A study conducted by the Center for Tropical Research's Robert K. Wayne is featured in The New York Times.
UCLA students help high schoolers build skills, feel empowered and beautify community.
A new partnership between UCLA and the City of Los Angeles helps train gardeners in drought-tolerant practices.
Method cuts testing time from a day or more to less than an hour.
Increase your knowledge of sustainability and environmental strategies to take full advantage of all the opportunities presented by this rapidly developing field.
IoE Professor Magali Delmas studies the economics of eco-labels for California wines.
Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Associate Professor Alex Hall is appointed Faculty Director of the Center for Climate Change Solutions.
UCLA Environmental Science students aid Thailand's tsunami-affected villages.
UCLA Environmental Science students build eco-tourism database on Thailand's North Andaman Seacoast.
Institute of the Environment Researcher Stephanie Pincetl is quoted in LA Times Environment Blog Greenspace.
Environment 185 class uses smart phone features such as GPS to research green issues on campus.
UCLA professor Omar Yaghi and graduate student Hexiang Deng use the structure of DNA as inspiration to build crystals capable of capturing carbon dioxide.
The days of having to separate your paper from your aluminum cans are almost over. This spring, UCLA will transition to single-stream recycling.
UCLA alumnus and philanthropist contributes to Southern California conservation science research
E3, an environmental campus group, aims to spread the knowledge about fair-trade benefits.
Years after Indian Ocean tsunami, students hope to help by marketing community's handicrafts.
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