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CTR researchers report on threats to biodiversity in Africa and Belize.
by Adam Freedman, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Scholar, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Center for Tropical Research, Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, UCLA
by Christina Marisa Tellez, Graduate Student, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Center for Tropical Research, Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, UCLA
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.
In its most recent study in September, 2010 the National Research Council (NRC) released the Data-Based Assessment of Research-Doctorate Programs, a comprehensive study in which the Department of Atmosphere and Ocean Sciences at UCLA (AOS) was tied for 1s
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.
UCLA on the path to meeting UC's sustainable policy goals six years ahead of schedule
IoES Affiliate Professor Laurence C. Smith discusses his newest publication with Patt Morrsion on KPCC 89.3 FM.
UCLA School of Law's Emmett Center on Climate Change and the Environment and Evan Frankel Environmental Law and Policy Program have issued a report analyzing the impacts of Proposition 26.
IoES Director Glen MacDonald and Professors Matt Kahn and Keith Stolzenbach gave a presentation at UCLA Parents' Weekend.
IoES Professor Matt Kahn discussed the issues surrounding California's Proposition 23, which would suspend implementation of the state's global warming law, on KPCC-89.3 FM.
The organization formed to compile existing climate information and make it accessible to students.
A good commuter bike can cost a bundle — especially once you add on the requisite lights, helmet, locks, rack, and — for the caffeine-addicts — cup holder. But at UCLA, students can now get cycling on a stylish new fully-equipped Felt Café Series hybrid c
Zocalo Public Square hosted an author talk with IoES Professor and "Climatopolis" author Matt Kahn.
Joel Francis, a Marine Corps veteran and senior at Cal State Los Angeles, has issued a debate challenge to Koch Industries' billionaire CEO Charles Koch on his support for the disastrous Prop 23 attack on California's climate and clean-energy progress.
Nature, the international weekly journal of science, reviewed IoES Professor Matt Kahn's new book "Climatopolis."
On Oct. 21, 2010 at Korn Convocation Hall the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, KPCC Southern California Radio and the LA Times presented a public debate on Prop. 23, which would suspend AB 32, the Global Warming Solutions Act that req
IoES Professor Matt Kahn was interviewed by China Radio International about how China's clean-energy policies may affect the United States' renewable energy industry.
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