IoES works with journalists and the media in several ways. We’re available to help connect you to sources. We have our finger on the pulse of emerging stories in Los Angeles, around California, and internationally. And we offer journalism and media fellowships in environment and sustainability.
Several UC graduate students, including two from UCLA, had the opportunity recently to share their expertise with California lawmakers on key policy issues — such as conservation and energy use.
An article in the Columbia Journalism Review highlights the appointment of IoES and Department of History Adjunct Assistant Professor Jon Christensen as the new editor of “Boom: A Journal of California.”
Environmental economist and UCLA Professor Matt Kahn discussed the social cost of climate change on American Public Media's Marketplace radio program.
IoES Associate Director Mark Gold is quoted in a L.A. Times article about the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power's plans to construct facilities that will restore pumping of drinking water from scores of contaminated San Fernando Valley wells.
A new study published in newsletter Next 10 by UCLA's Stephanie Pincetl and Juan Matute highlights the connection between seemingly unconnected policies and the Golden State's demand for oil.
A Nature of Cities blog by California Center for Sustainable Communities at UCLA Director and IoES Adjunct Professor Stephanie Pincetl.
Department of English Assistant Professor and IoES Affiliate Allison Carruth is the author of "Global Appetites: American Power and the Literature of Food."
KTLA-Channel 5 reported on research led by Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences and IoES Associate Professor Alex Hall predicting that by midcentury, snowfall on L.A. mountains will decline by 30 to 40 percent as a result of climate change.
The Los Angeles Times reported on new research from Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences and IoES Associate Professor Alex Hall.
Institute of the Environment and Sustainability students prepare to march into the future.
Southern California may lose 30 to 40 percent of annual snowfall by midcentury.
KPCC highlighted a new study from UCLA climate scientist Alex Hall that shows snowfall will decrease dramatically in Southern California.
The Green is Good Radio Show interviewed IoES Adjunct Professor Jon Christensen about his background, teaching, environmental challenges, and communicating science.
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California Current reported on the California Center for Sustainable Communities created interactive map of energy usage for the City of Los Angeles.
Student organization DigUCLA cares for community gardens at the university and helps
campus constituents and local residents reconnect with what sustains life on Earth.
On June 4 the IoES and UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs will host a book release and signing for Urban Planning professor Susanna Hecht to debut "The Scramble for the Amazon and the Lost Paradise of Euclides da Cunha."
IoES Associate Director Mark Gold is quoted in an Associated Press article about new legislation aimed at reducing the amount of plastic bags and bottles that end up in the ocean.
Coverage of the new study by CTR Director Tom Smith and colleagues about using fieldwork and satellite data to predict animal behavior.
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