Report recommends harnessing energy potential of rooftops, roads, aqueducts.
Institute of the Environment Researcher Stephanie Pincetl is quoted in a BBC News article about the economic and social consequences of year-round wildfires in California.
IoE Director and Department of Geography and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Professor Glen MacDonald is quoted in an article about California using its economic clout to tackle climate change.
IoE researchers find ultrafine particle emissions are 10 times higher then normal 300 feet from the runway -- a range that includes many homes. The study calls for larger buffers at urban airports.
Students and community members come together to restore the ecology of a campus sanctuary.
Environmental advocacy group stages press conference to present new report on global warming pollution in the U.S.
Corporations, non-profits, local government, and the UCLA community converge on Covel Commons to discuss business solutions to environmental problems.
The (LARC) Los Angeles Regional Collaborative for Climate Action and Sustainability hopes to transform the Los Angeles region.
CTR researchers report from the Coral Triangle and Mexico.
by Eduardo Mendoza Ramírez, Ph.D., Visiting Scholar, Center for Tropical Research, Institute of the Environment, UCLA and Centro de Investigaciones en Ecosistemas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
by Paul Barber, Ph.D., Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Center for Tropical Research, Institute of the Environment, UCLA
Dr. Amarjeet Singh (Ph.D Electrical Engineering, LiS Class 2009) is traveling and working in India.
Whether he's scuba diving in the Channel Islands, inspecting coastal Californian wetlands for signs of recovery or poking around in tide pools, Professor Richard Ambrose's research is almost literally a day at the beach.
The Institute of the Environment has received a five year, $100,000 grant from the Annenberg Foundation to launch the Dorothy Green Water Leadership Course.
Responding to the past devastation in New Orleans and future predictions of sea level rise, UCLA architects find a new design.
An army of 4,300 UCLA students volunteered September 22, 2009, at sites across Los Angeles, possibly the nation's largest university-organized volunteer day.
You would have to go back at least 15 million years to find carbon dioxide levels on Earth as high as they are today, UCLA chemist Aradhna Tripati and colleagues report Oct. 8 in the online edition of the journal Science.
Tasty and sustainable food makes its way to UCLA's dining halls.
As water restrictions take effect across Southern California, UCLA adapts and reassesses its conservation efforts.
UCLA program to green campus events receives recognition from collegiate events planning association.
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