UCLA study says careful planning needed to avoid unintended harm
UCLA Water Resources Group
By Katie Francis
IoES in the news and quotable
How desalination could solve California’s drought and America’s water needs
Unit can turn agricultural runoff and groundwater into drinkable water.
By Meg Sullivan
Originally posted in UCLA Newsroom
By Judy Lin
Originally published in UCLA Today
The Los Angeles Times highlighted research by IoES undergraduates and environmental group Heal the Bay.
UCLA Water Resources Group Director Madelyn Glickfeld was quoted in a Time article about the dangers of draining reservoirs during a drought and the opportunities that the current drought brings to improve water efficiency in Southern California.
Yoram Cohen, professor at the School of Engineering and IoES, was interviewed by KCBS-Channel 2 and KCAL-Channel 9 about efforts to create viable large-scale desalination plants in California.
The UCLA Water Resources Group, founded by the IoES, works with environmental organizations and government agencies to improve water management in Los Angeles.
Taylor Nicole Pitz goes straight to the source to get a broad perspective on past, current, and future problems and solutions for Los Angeles water management.
The inaugural meeting of the UCLA Water Resources Group brought water experts and concerned citizens together to review insights and recommendations regarding future water demands.