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Corporate Partners Program

Learn more about joining the Corporate Partners Program.

Standard Corporate Partner
$5,000 Annually

  • Company logo and link on IoES web page
  • Recognition with IoES donors on web page
  • Distribution of electronic briefings from the IoES
  • Invitations to IoES and Center events

Silver Corporate Partner
$10,000 Annually
All standard level benefits plus:

  • Opportunity to post job requirements on the IoES career development web page
  • Network with fellow Partners, faculty and board members at annual conference
  • Invitation to job recruiting events and ability to present company at events
  • Opportunity to make classroom presentations

Gold Corporate Partner
$25,000 Annually
All standard and Silver level benefits plus:

  • Engage with students for projects (additional costs may apply)
  • Prominent logo location on CPP web site and publications
  • Invitations to private receptions with leading environmental and sustainability experts

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“New working relationships like this, between business and the University, are essential to creating an economy that reduces carbon emissions and increases jobs.”

— Mary Nichols, Chair, California Air Resources Board

“Our attorneys constantly strive to stay on the cutting-edge of environmental issues impacting our clients, so the firm’s new partnership with UCLA was a natural fit as we continue to provide clients with sophisticated legal and business counsel on a range of environmental matters. We are honored to be joining such an esteemed network of academics and companies globally-recognized for promoting green innovation, and we look forward to working together to stay at the forefront of the latest environmental research and technological advances.”

— Craig A. Moyer, Chair of the Environment and Natural Resources Division, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

“Vertum Partners is an early phase, small business start-up. The partnership was established after recognizing that the atmospheric modeling capabilities of the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability's regional climate group could be disseminated to the renewable energy business community through the combined expertise of our three founders. We hope to continue to learn from the research being conducted and the researchers themselves at the Institute of the Environment and UCLA as a whole.”

— Cameron Whiteman, Managing Partner, All Vertum Partners