"Ecomorphology, use in evolution and conservation" presented by Rosalia Aguilar, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, UCLA
154 Biomedical Sciences Research Bldg
"Role of Nuclear Energy in Biodiversity Conservation" presented by Corey Bradshaw, Professor of Ecology and Environmental Science, University of Adelaide, Australia
2320 Life Sciences Building
Chinese State Capitalism and the Environment presented by Alex Wang, UCLA School of Law
La Kretz Hall, Suite 300
Featuring Booky Oren, Chairman and CEO of Booky Oren Global Water Technologies
UCLA Law School, Room 1347
"A Neuroendocrine Module Promotes Movement and Normal Body Weight in Females" presented by Stephanie Correa, Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology, University of California, San Francisco
158 Hershey Hall
Adam Dorr – Ph.D. Candidate, Urban Planning, UCLA School of Public Affairs. The Future of Nature: Environmentalism in the 21st Century
La Kretz Hall, Room 110
With a growing population, ongoing drought, and the increasing impact of climate change, California has no choice but to better manage its limited water resources. We’ve seen the consequences of mismanagement through a degrading delta ecosystem, overdraft of groundwater basins statewide, and numerous farms without water allocations. Clearly we cannot continue in this vein. Mark Gold, acting director, UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, moderates a panel with Jeffrey Kightlinger, general manager, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California; Felicia Marcus, chair, State Water Resources Control and Ellen Hanak, senior fellow, Public Policy Institute of California.
A discussion with book author Burton Richter
1100 Terasaki Life Sciences Conference Room
Studio 208 Glorya Kaufman Hall
This conference will discuss ways in which government agencies can better collaborate with local stakeholders on environmental justice issues.
The Center at Cathedral Plaza
Environments and Technologies
Each year, the La Kretz Center sponsors this hands-on workshop, held jointly at our Field Station and Stunt Ranch. Our goal is to provide training and access to the most current issues and techniques in population genomics, and how these tools can be applied to pressing conservation problems.
Environmentalism of the Poor
The State of the Environmental Humanities
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Each year the IoES hosts or co-sponsors close to 100 events on- and off-campus. Seminars, conferences, and documentary screenings allow us to bring in experts and engage with the community on critical environment and sustainability issues.