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An Op/Ed coauthored by IoES Professor and Chair of Environmental Health Sciences Richard Jackson about the health impacts of the proposed Farmers' Field in downtown L.A.
UCLA life scientists, working with colleagues in China, have discovered a new method to quickly assess plants’ drought tolerance. The method works for many diverse species growing around the world.
Center for Tropical Research Director Tom Smith participated in a study currently appearing in the journal Nature on averting biodiversity collapse in protected tropical areas.
The latest press on IoES Professor Matthew Kahn's new research.
A new study co-authored by IoES Professor Matthew Kahn examines whether homes fitted with Energy Star and other green-rated technologies tend to sell for higher prices.
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Chair and IoES Professor Dan Blumstein was quoted in a UCLA Magazine article about the campus' meatless and vegan dining options.
The Institute broadens its diverse faculty roster with the addition of professors from the social and physical sciences.
Green urban planner and instructor Walker Wells has been selected for the 2012 Pritzker Fellowship
Dr. Jackson has been elected for honorary membership of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA).
Through complex equations and several data sets, UCLA researchers have programmed a supercomputer to predict the future of Los Angeles – the future temperature, that is.
IoES Director Glen MacDonald and Center for Climate Change Solutions Director Paul Bunje are quoted in an LA Times article about high temperatures across the nation.
The Institute of the Environment and Sustainability’s Education for Sustainable Living Program tackles sustainability projects to make UCLA a greener place.
KNBC-TV News Conference with Paul Bunje, Executive Director, Center for Climate Change Solutions
Coverage of the new IoES study that predicts climate change will cause temperatures in the L.A. region to rise by an average of 4 to 5 degrees Fahrenheit by the middle of this century.
A sophisticated new regional climate study was produced by UCLA with funding and support from the City of L.A., in partnership with the Los Angeles Regional Collaborative for Climate Action and Sustainability.
The L.A. Times reported on new, cutting-edge climate modeling research from the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability.
The Environmental Science Practicum is a capstone experience in which seniors work together in small teams on an environmental problem representing a real life, multi-disciplinary, forward looking issue.
International Innovation Magazine profiled California Center for Sustainable Communities Director Stephanie Pincetl's work on urban forests.
Coverage of the new study published in journal Nature Communications on woolly mammoth extinction by IoES Director Glen MacDonald, UCLA researchers, and colleagues.
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