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Is it OK to put white paper with colored ink into the white paper recycling bins? What kinds of plastics can be recycled on campus? Can anyone get a battery-recycling bin in the office?
The audience at a Dec. 3 Staff Assembly Learn-at-Lunch session on
Global warming, some have argued, can be reversed with a large-scale "geoengineering" fix, such as having a giant blimp spray liquefied sulfur dioxide in the stratosphere or building tens of millions of chemical filter systems in the atmosphere to filter
In a new study published in Strategic Management Journal, researchers explain when external stakeholders can effectively influence organizations to adopt greener management practices.
The Institute of the Environment launches new online Southern California Environmental Report Card with the Fall 2008 article: Air Pollution Impacts on Infants and Children by Beate Ritz, M.D., Ph.D. and Michelle Wilhelm, Ph.D.
In partnership with the Weyburn Terrace Residents Association and the South Central Farmers Cooperative, the UCLA Graduate Student Association has brought a Community Supported Agriculture program to Weyburn Terrace.
The sustainability pipeline at UCLA is bulging with new initiatives, from the campus's first-ever Climate Action Plan to student-run delivery of locally farmed produce on a weekly basis.
H&HS has been awarded about $39,000 to expand beverage container recycling at University Village.
UCLA undergraduate and graduate student efforts contribute to passage of Measure R, a half cent sales tax that will fund transportation improvements throughout LA county
UCLA Transportation has rolled out its new Bruin Bike pilot program, awarding one free loaner bike each to seven departments. Faculty and staff in the winning departments will use the bikes to reduce midday car trips, helping cut campus traffic and pollut
UCLA helps grad students build credentials to tackle a pressing problem.
With the election looming, Bruins fight for Measure R to bring Metro to Wilshire
Stay fit, get sustainable and have fun while you're at it that's the unifying theme of an an array of events and kick-offs of new programs this month from UCLA's departments of Transportation and Recreation.
You'll be soon seeing more environmentally friendly options at campus events up to half a dozen different bins for recycling and stashing trash.
The UCLA Event Sustainability Committee and the UCLA Events Office are very pleased to announce the Event Sustainability Volunteer Program, a new and exciting volunteer activity for your Registered Campus Organization.
Environmental Science senior Shahir Masri wins trip to Australia in scholarship contest.
Even tropical plant and animal species living in some of the warmest places on Earth may face threats from a warming planet, according to new research co-authored by a UCLA scientist.
As part of their year-long sustainability programing, UCLA Residential Life and Housing are hosting a Sustainability Themed Floor in Sproul Hall.
by Ryan J. Harrigan, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Scholar, Center for Tropical Research, Institute of the Environment, University of California, Los Angeles
by Karen Kapheim, Graduate Student, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Center for Tropical Research, Institute of the Environment, UCLA
Students with an eye out for sustainability have always had options like recycled-paper notebooks at the student store. But when the demand for green products started rising, the UCLA Store began to run out of room for its expanding array of eco-friendl
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