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Growing Student Interest in Sustainability Played Key Role in Courses Development
Mary Nichols and Fran Pavly lead discussion of UCLA's role in greening the region.
UCLA's 1st Residence Hall energy competition just completed. Students competed Hall-to-Hall to reduce their electricity usage for the month of February.
Senior grounds superintendent Rich Ohara keep UCLA's campus green.
Green office and lab products take center stage at the UCLA Supplier Trade Show.
UCLA faculty, students come together for event designed to decrease carbon footprints
Avian Influenza, AI, a virus that has been a threat to poultry and wild birds is forecast by scientists to become a serious threat in human health.
The Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition is launching its City of Lights program to distribute bicycle lights and bike safety information to immigrant cyclists in Los Angeles.
UCLA set to meet green house gas emission reduction goals eight years early!
Dr. Jordan Karubian builds bridges between academia and local residents in the name of conservation. The Choco rainforest in northwestern Ecuador is widely recognized as a conservation priority because of its ecologic diversity and disappearing habitat.
Imagine a UCLA where Styrofoam is banned from campus eateries, telecommuting and compressed work weeks are commonplace, "normal" indoor temperatures are a little closer to outdoor temps and there's not a single one-use bottle of water to be found, even fr
UCLA's Super Mileage Vehicle team gears up for annual Eco-Marathon Competition.
The University of California is recognized for its leadership in pursuing a wide range of sustainability policies.
Former GSA President Nurit Katz becomes first-ever sustainability coordinator on campus
When asked whether he thinks humans can succeed in the fight against global warming, Dr. Paul Bunje does not answer. He is not stubborn, shy or uninformed. For him, the question simply does not warrant asking.
Genetic modification of bacterium results in alcohols with greater energy
The UCLA Institute of the Environment has received a grant from the Nicholas Endowment in support of the mission of the Center for Climate Change Solutions.
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