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Rich Ambrose, director of UCLA's Environmental Science and Engineering Program and professor of environmental health sciences discussed BP's latest efforts to stem the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico in an MSNBC article.
A UCLA team of engineers works to find alternative sources or water.
Academia, industry, and government come together to make California a hub of clean tech innovation.
UCLA Action Research Projects tackle many different areas of campus life in order to improve sustainability.
Congratulations to all the finalists and participants of the UCLA Sustainability Video Contest.
Press release from UCLA Dining Services.
Plastics and styrofoam make way for eco-friendly alternatives in hospital dining commons.
UCLA professor plans to use liquid fuel to store electrical energy.
Participate in the Challenge to Reduce your Food Waste!
IoE's Sarah Diringer and Danielle Perrot earn the Dean's Prize Honoring Outstanding Undergraduate Researchers at UCLA Science Poster Day.
Environment 88S - Environmental Nonprofits: Opportunity in a Changing World, taught by student Isis Krause, recognized at end of year event.
IoE's Assistant Director for Outreach and Strategic Initiatives will be honored at Community Conservancy International's Paint The Town Green event on June 10, 2010.
A look at the UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation.
When the environment and entertainment mix.
Recent IoE Faculty and Research Center accomplishments.
Institute of the Environment activities throughout the academic year.
Commute to campus on two wheels or curious about trying it out? View the new UCLA "Bike-U-Mentary".
Vote on facebook and help select the audience award for the UCLA Sustainability Video Contest!!
Top environmental e-zine Grist include's IoE's very first graduate in their list of "40 People Redefining Green."
Professor J.R. DeShazo explains how solar power could save Los Angeles.
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