“The Evolution of a Long Post-Reproductive Lifespan in Killer Whales” presented by Dan Franks, York Centre for Complex Systems Analysis, Departments of Biology and Computer Science
2320 Life Sciences Building
All graduate students interested in environmental sustainability and energy are invited to a free, cross-campus networking reception.
Luskin School of Public Affairs
A cat discussion presented by the Natural History Museum of L.A. County in partnership with the UCLA La Kretz Center for California Conservation Science
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
Hosted by UCLA Library and UCLA Sustainable LA Grand Challenge
Research Library (Charles E. Young)
California laws determining ownership of groundwater are a convoluted tangle rooted in England’s common law. With the drought and other supply constrictors as a backdrop, a dynamic panel of experts illuminates who owns this necessity, why, and the ramifications.
As Los Angeles dips into a time of water scarcity, the Hammer screens this documentary about a village in Haiti where obtaining safe drinking water has never been easy.
Achieving 100 percent water sustainability by 2050 is one of the goals of the UCLA Grand Challenge Team. Join some of the world’s top experts in climate change, water quality and supply, public policy, law, and more to discuss the feasibility of the goal, potential ways to get there, and the importance of local water self-sufficiency for L.A. businesses and families.
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.