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by Victoria Arch, Graduate Student, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Center for Tropical Research, Institute of the Environment, UCLA
by Margaret Kinnaird, Ph.D., Director, Mpala Research Centre, Kenya
by Dan Blumstein and Tom Smith, Professors, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, UCLA
Jan. 3, 2008, special edition features research presented at Evolutionary Change in Human-Altered Environments conference held at UCLA.
by Andrew Leonard
UCLA Today ask some students, faculty and staff how they contribute to the environment. Check out what your colleagues are doing to make UCLA a greener place.
Californians advised to add severe-weather preparedness to earthquake plans in order to prevent casualties associated with climate change
by Brenda Larison, Senior Research Fellow,
Center for Tropical Research, Institute of the Environment, UCLA
by Ana Paula Giorgi, Graduate Student, Department of Geography and Center for Tropical Research, Institute of the Environment, UCLA
Article analyzing the best places to live by Matthew E. Kahn, PhD, and Fran Lostys published in Reader's Digest
by Shauna Price, Graduate Student, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Center for Tropical Research, Institute of the Environment, UCLA
by John McCormack, Graduate Student, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Center for Tropical Research, Institute of the Environment, UCLA
by Elisabeth Rosenthal
by Matthew E. Kahn
A famous frog once sang that it's not easy being green, but members of the UCLA community are about to prove him wrong.
by Thomas W. Gillespie, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Geography, UCLA
Efforts include recent policy on green building design, emission control, transportation options.
People are changing the world and not always in good ways. Humanity's impact on the Earth, from the destruction of coral reefs to global warming, threatens to forever alter biodiversity and, with it, evolutionary links that go back to life's beginnings.
UCLA's buyers, who negotiate contracts and requests for proposals for all the products and services this campus needs, are looking for the "green" factor in everything from janitorial products and office copiers to carpet, fabric finishes and laboratory e
New Scientist Print Edition, Peter Aldhous, Los Angeles, February 17, 2007
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