UCLA study says careful planning needed to avoid unintended harm
The Institute of the Environment and Sustainability has been chosen by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to help find innovative ways to increase public awareness of toxic chemical releases.
Coverage of the new study by IoES’ Suzanne Paulson, professor of atmospheric and oceanic sciences and Yifang Zhu, associate professor of environmental health sciences.
Environmental Health Sciences Chair and IoES Professor Dr. Richard Jackson was interviewed on Public Radio International’s “Living on Earth” about his research examining the links between public health and the design of cities.
The 18th Annual Heinz Awards honored Dr. Jackson for being an advocate for smarter community design.
Dr. Jackson is the recipient of the 2012 Sedgwick Memorial Medal.
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.
IoES and Department of Environmental Health Sciences’ Dr. Richard Jackson serves as host of a four-part television series on urban planning and public health.
From “bike channels” in campus stairways to campaigns encouraging cars to share the road, departments across UCLA are teaming up to make a more bikeable university.
An LA Times op-ed by Institute Associate Director Mark Gold argued that the EPA has not done enough to ensure water quality and protect beach users.
IoES Professor and Department of Environmental Health Sciences Chair Richard Jackson is quoted in a New York Times article about health and urban planning.
Across UCLA, the people in charge of feeding the campus are working hard to make eating a greener proposition.
Latest press for Institute Professor and Department of Environmental Health Sciences Chair Richard Jackson’s four part television series.
Institute Professor and Department of Environmental Health Sciences Chair Dr. Richard Jackson is the host of a new 4-hour series that examines the impact our built environment has on key public health indices.
In a four-part TV series airing on public broadcasting, IoES and the Department of Environmental Health Sciences’ Dr. Richard Jackson shows viewers the best and worst examples of urban planning and its effects on health.