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The Institute of the Environment has received a five year, $100,000 grant from the Annenberg Foundation to launch the Dorothy Green Water Leadership Course.
Responding to the past devastation in New Orleans and future predictions of sea level rise, UCLA architects find a new design.
An army of 4,300 UCLA students volunteered September 22, 2009, at sites across Los Angeles, possibly the nation's largest university-organized volunteer day.
You would have to go back at least 15 million years to find carbon dioxide levels on Earth as high as they are today, UCLA chemist Aradhna Tripati and colleagues report Oct. 8 in the online edition of the journal Science.
Tasty and sustainable food makes its way to UCLA's dining halls.
As water restrictions take effect across Southern California, UCLA adapts and reassesses its conservation efforts.
UCLA program to green campus events receives recognition from collegiate events planning association.
A new film by UCLA alumna Laura Gabbert documents a year in the life of the Beavan family as they puruse a commitment to having zero environmental impact.
UCLA Extension offers new environmental program that integrates multiple disciplines
UCLA offers resources for students to get involved and understand environmental issues
Life sciences represent 'the essential science of the 21st century,' she says
Politicians and scientists gather at UCLA to discuss the effects of climate change and role that public policy will have in finding a solution.
Environmental research in departments across UCLA collaborate to understand climate change and make a difference in the community.
New university rankings in Sierra Magazine recognize UCLA's dedication to sustainability.
UCLA Energy Services staff create big savings by cutting energy use in rooms across campus.
New UCLA program will develop leaders in clean technology and provide grants to Ph.D. students.
IoE Professor Matthew Kahn is quoted in a New York Times column about the federal government's "cash for clunkers" automobile trade-in program.
The Ecuadorian newspaper, El Comercio, featured a story on May 10, 2009 based on a study of the Long-wattled Umbrellabird that is being conducted by Dr. Jordan Karubian, the Latin America Director for the Institute of the Environment's Center for Tropical
Magali Delmas, associate professor at the Institute of the Environment and Oran Young, professor at UC Santa Barbara just published an edited book,"Governance for the Environment: New Perspectives" at Cambridge University Press.
Glen MacDonald, the new director of the UCLA Institute of the Environment (IoE), has spent much of the last year conducting research in the subtropical areas of the Northern Hemisphere that are particularly prone to drought, both recently and in the dista
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