IoES works with journalists and the media in several ways. We’re available to help connect you to sources. We have our finger on the pulse of emerging stories in Los Angeles, around California, and internationally. And we offer journalism and media fellowships in environment and sustainability.
Biologists, including IoES & Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Professor Brad Shaffer, discovered a new species in Staten Island.
The Oppenheim Lecture will premiere on UCTV Monday, March 12 with additional viewings through March 18.
UCLA’s Luskin Center for Innovation, the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, and the Water Technology Research Center hosted “The Future of Water in Southern California."
The Center for Sustainable Urban Systems creates actionable science to inform how cities develop and redevelop in the 21st century.
The Eastsider LA interviewed IoES Advisory Board member Morton La Kretz on his plans to fund a new Los Angeles River bridge.
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.
The Daily Bruin featured an article about the student group's initiative that educates kids about nutrition and sustainable food production through garden projects.
Institute Director Glen MacDonald spoke to the Palisades Post about how climate change will impact that region of Southern California.
Adjunct Professor Stephanie Pincetl, director of the Institute's Center for Sustainable Urban Systems, spearheaded the project.
The Urban Wildlife Working Group newsletter featured an article about research conducted by Environmental Science students.
The $1.9 million award will be used to develop a new research center.
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 and Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Professor Phil Rundel is the author of a new book published by Cambridge University Press.
Across UCLA, the people in charge of feeding the campus are working hard to make eating a greener proposition.
A Center for Tropical Research study was featured in The National Science Foundation's Award Highlights.
UCLA should better acknowledge the natural habitat the ecosystem provides.
Latest press for Institute Professor and Department of Environmental Health Sciences Chair Richard Jackson's four part television series.
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.
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.
The new report by the Emmett Center on Climate Change and the Environment assesses California's new chemical regulatory program and concludes that the state must strengthen its program in significant ways in order to adequately protect public health.
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