Our programs and courses draw upon UCLA's vast intellectual resources from one of the most talented and accomplished faculty in the world. The IoES enhances student training by presenting environmental issues within a broad, interdisciplinary framework.
This innovative, dual-component program offers both breadth and depth through a solid foundation in natural sciences and a focus on understanding environmental issues across earth, atmospheric, life, and social sciences.
Our undergraduate minor is a multi-disciplinary program that aims to broaden students' understanding of environmental science and policy and how the decisions we make affect the environment around us.
This student-initiated, student-led program offers undergraduate courses that connect students to the world of sustainability and helps to make the UCLA community a model of sustainability.
This innovative professional doctorate program provides practical education for tomorrow's environmental problem solvers by emphasizing the interactions and interdependencies between science, engineering, public policy, economics and law in the protection of the environment and public health.
This certificate program, open to all UCLA graduate students (masters and doctoral), aims to provide a mechanism for students to pursue their interests in sustainability and to collaborate with students from different fields.
All Environmental Science majors past and present are invited to join the Environmental Science Alumni Group (ESAG).
The Water Action Research Team celebrated Earth Day by participating in not one but two Earth Day Fairs
Collecting data and assessing the impact of nudges on environmental behavior at the Ronald Reagan Medical Center.
This week, the Sustainable Food Systems team got down and dirty with food waste. Yes, we sunk ourselves wrist- and ankle-deep into students' leftover sludge to bring to you solid (and liquid!) data on waste.
Professors, students, entrepreneurs, and other environmental enthusiasts gathered at the beautiful Koch Hall within Anderson School of Business to hear from leaders in sustainable development.
Each collection bin has its own trends and material composition and we can now begin to create that line of correlation between our findings and the disposal behaviors in our campus population.
The event our team has been looking forward to has now begun: interviews! This week our team of undergraduates got the opportunity to speak with some of UCLA’s finest academics: professors who have signed on to the Grand Challenge.