The new clinic at UCLA School of Law is one of several options for students interested in environmental law.
For half a century, the center has been advocating for, and listening to, people in indigenous communities in Los Angeles and beyond.
The analysis by the Luskin Center for Innovation helps the state deliver on its legal recognition that safe, clean, affordable and accessible water is a human right.
The study by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research also found that “connectedness” and volunteerism varied by race and income.
In this Q&A, UCLA’s Jon Christensen discusses his new study of California’s Proposition 1, which was passed in 2014.
Free online tool updated to include solar capacity and six more years of data, as California aims for 100% renewable energy.
Researchers will study the DNA of endangered and threatened animals and plants to help preserve species and learn which are most vulnerable to climate change.
At a Zócalo/UCLA Downtown event, experts discussed how much sea level rise we can expect, how we balance public and private concerns, and how we can reduce additional risk.
The California Climate Expedition — led by climate scientist Alex Hall — grants riders the chance to experience climate change impacts from Oakland to Los Angeles.
UCLA researchers launch open-source software that can identify a broad range of species from samples.
Twin sisters Helen and Rachel Lee have dedicated themselves to getting the sales tax on feminine hygiene products repealed.
Government officials recognized the pivotal role UCLA has played in shaping California history.
“Collisions at the Crossroads: How Place and Mobility Make Race” also provides insight into the history of Southern California’s Inland Empire.
UCLA Luskin Lecture brings together political forces who forged a path for the next generation of leaders.
With an earlier primary date, the Golden State may sway national debates and even the presidential contest.
The board meets three times a year to discuss issues of interest to UCRS members, retirees and beneficiaries.
The trend places additional stress on wildlife ecosystems and resources that the approximately 24 million people living in Southern California need to survive.
Toxic pesticides are widely used in California agriculture to control soil pests for strawberry, almond, citrus and other high-value crops.
The report predicts weaker housing markets into 2020 in California. One bright spot in the outlook is investment in intellectual property, which consists largely of software development; film and TV production; and corporate research and development.
As a leader in the global movement toward open access to publicly funded research, the University of California is taking a firm stand by deciding not to renew its subscriptions with Elsevier.
The paper, which was presented to state lawmakers, will guide the conversation about expanding coverage as the state takes steps to revamp the system.
The paper recommends nearly a dozen policy strategies aimed at ensuring adequate staffing and training to serve the growing number of elderly people in the state.
The report’s authors write that the big question for the California economy is how long the state’s tech industry boom can continue.
A report by UCLA, UC Berkeley and California Food Policy Advocates found that the state could lose up to $1.67 billion in federal benefits.
A report by UCLA and UC Berkeley experts suggests policies that could help California protect the progress the state made under the Affordable Care Act in expanding health coverage.