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A team of graduate students, including Environmental Science & Engineering doctoral candidate Michelle Thompson, are working to improve the condition of potable water and wastewater systems in Fiji.
Report is first comprehensive look at farms, nurseries and gardens in L.A.
IoES and Anderson School of Management Professor Magali Delmas is the recipient of this inaugural honor.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently selected UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability to participate in a toxic release data analyzing project aimed at consolidating public health data and improving research.
The Institute of the Environment and Sustainability has been chosen by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to help find innovative ways to increase public awareness of toxic chemical releases.
Magali Delmas, professor of management at the IoES, is the lead author of a study featured in the Summer 2013 edition of the MIT Sloan Management Review.
California Center for Sustainable Communities at UCLA Director Stephanie Pincetl and IoES Associate Director Mark Gold are featured in an NBC Learn video about Southern California's water resources.
IoES Associate Director Mark Gold is quoted in a L.A. Times article about the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power's plans to construct facilities that will restore pumping of drinking water from scores of contaminated San Fernando Valley wells.
A Nature of Cities blog by California Center for Sustainable Communities at UCLA Director and IoES Adjunct Professor Stephanie Pincetl.
On June 4 the IoES and UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs will host a book release and signing for Urban Planning professor Susanna Hecht to debut "The Scramble for the Amazon and the Lost Paradise of Euclides da Cunha."
The Source reported on research by the California Center for Sustainable Communities that shows bus services produce less smog and greenhouse gases than the average auto driven in L.A. County.
ESS, AOS, and IoES Assistant Professor Aradhna Tripati contributed to new findings that show temperatures are rising over time in China.
A hotter future is projected for the Southwestern United States, and the anticipated threats unique to the region are detailed in a landmark report released May 2, with contributions from two experts at the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability.
Research led by Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences and IoES Professor Suzanne Paulson, conducted in collaboration with School of Public Health and IoES Professor Emeritus Arthur Winer, was published in science journal Atmospheric Environment.
UCLA and seven other UCs made the cut in a 2013 guide to green colleges, produced by The Princeton Review and the U.S. Green Building Council's Center for Green Schools.
Christensen is an environmental historian with joint faculty appointments at the IoES and Department of History.
A research proposal initiated by IoES and Anderson School of Management's Magali Delmas received $25,000 funding from the UCLA Transdisciplinary Seed Grant program.
UCLA Professor Magali Delmas received a $446,912 grant from the National Science Foundation for her ongoing research tracking energy use in individual homes and testing what motivates people to reduce their power usage.
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Genome Biology published a new study by Professor Brad Shaffer, a conservation biologist with joint appointments at the IoES and Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
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