A lecture on sustainable food systems presented by Lawrence Yee
"Marine Protected Areas: Reasons for Hope" presented by Dr. Sylvia Earle, internationally renowned oceanographer, explorer, and author.
Presented by Brian Heimberg, Bluepath City Consulting
Featuring William F. Laurance, Ph.D., Distinguished Research Professor, James Cook University, Australia
In his Spring Oppenheim Lecture on March 7th, 2012, The Santa Fe Institute's Dr. Geoffrey West discussed how quantitative theory and data can explain the environmental sustainability of cities and businesses.
An IoES Environmental Science Colloquium lecture presented by Julie Cart, Reporter, Los Angeles Times
Creating A Bikeable UCLA: A Vision for A Healthy & Vibrant Future, was a discussion held at UCLA on February 29th that focused on biking infrastructure at UCLA, public health concerns, the impact on the environment and urban planning design.
Through coursework, activities, and collaborations we work to develop solutions to mitigate climate change—making a difference at UCLA and beyond.
Oppenhiem Lecturer Randa Fouad, President of the Arab Media Forum for Environment and Development, explains how her organization helps journalists throughout the Middle East learn and write about environment and sustainable development issues.
Host Leeor Alpern interviews Dr. Bunje about LARC and how organizations such as AQMD, cities, counties, universities, businesses, etc. can collaborate to meet our shared environmental goals.
Watch footage of the event co-sponsored by the UCLA Center for Intercultural Performance & Institute of the Environment and Sustainability.
In this Oppenheim Lecture Dr. Paul Anastas, Assistant Administrator for the Office of Research and Development Science Advisor to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency discusses the relationship between people, chemicals, and the environment. November
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