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The Army Corps of Engineers recently determined what sections of the LA River are "navigable." This decision will have significant impacts on how the LA River is managed.
In this video op-ed, UCLA Professor of Law Ann Carlson, director of UCLA's Environmental Law Center, explains how the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Massachusetts v. EPA is likely to affect California's efforts to regulate some important causes of globa
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Science, Policy and the Fight to Preserve Our Natural Resources.
About a year ago, Professor Ichiro Nishimura and his colleagues had a crisis of conscience.
At the Weintraub Center for Reconstructive Biotechnology, where they do groundbreaking work to rebuild the faces of people maimed by illness, injury or birth de
With gas prices rocketing toward $5 per gallon and rush hours that challenge even the Zen-est of temperaments, something unusual is happening to UCLA commuters: They are giving up solo driving in record numbers.
The geography of green consumerism
Finals week is a hectic time for students after taking all those exams they must pack their belongings and move back home for the summer. For many, getting rid of unwanted clothes and appliances is a huge challenge.
Under Secretary of Science Raymond Orbach of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently returned to his academic roots at UCLA with hopeful news about tackling the nation's twin demons, the energy and environmental crises.
Think differently about your stuff. In Los Angeles, much more is recyclable then ever before. Reduce that clutter and recycle!
A UCLA student group called the Forum for Energy Economics and Development (FEED) recently released a collection of academic articles about renewable solar power.
The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF) passed 3 to 1 in the 2008 Undergraduate Student Election that ended last week. Starting in Fall 2008, TGIF will raise $200,000 per year for UCLA sustainability projects.
With a series of small steps over the past year, the Center for the Study of Women has managed to turn their home in the Public Affairs Building into perhaps one of the greenest offices on campus.
Nutritious foods. Regular exercise. Managing stress. These all contribute to our physical wellness and are factors that each of us can manage. Not to be overlooked is the importance of a clean environment to our health and what we can do to keep the envir
UCLA has been working to support the environment by reducing the amount of hazardous material that we dispose of, reusing and recycling wherever possible.
Which campus is more environmentally-friendly? Watch and find out!
Whether a marketing tactic or true concern, different Westwood businesses are pitching in with their Earth Day programs and promotions.
Alex Jeffries, a UCLA student and resTV staff member, received first place in the short film category of the National Geographic's Preserve Our Planet Film and PSA Contest for his film titled, "The Experimental Generation".
Opportunity Green: The Future of Green Business at UCLA is an unprecedented gathering of the prime movers and shakers transforming the world of green business.
An $8.5-million shortfall in state funds to cover UCLA's energy costs is compelling Facilities Management to scour the campus looking for ways big and small to squeeze more energy out of every dollar spent on power.
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