UCLA is already leading the way through its Sustainable LA Grand Challenge.
The hardy marine invertebrates survive a bleaching process but their growth is slowed, a UCLA study conducted off the coast of American Samoa has found.
UCLA biologists' research focusing on the yellow warbler looks at species’ challenges and their capacity to adapt.
Volunteers analyze photos from NASA’s Landsat program to locate the coastal ecosystems in oceans around the world.
UCLA research shows that the changes have had a dramatic effect on Colpichthys hubbsi, a species that lives only in the region near the Sea of Cortez.
A UCLA-led study finds that negative health effects are a powerful force to reduce consumption.
UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation's Southern California Plug-In Electric Vehicle Readiness Atlas provides a wealth of information to assist decision-makers in meeting consumer demand.
A new UCLA-led study reinforces the importance of collaboration in assessing the effects of climate change.
The honoree is an environmental economist and data expert, and the co-founder of Earth Genome, a nonprofit that provides environmental data to decision makers.
Researchers found substandard access and quality, reflecting inequities for this often-overlooked segment of the state's population.
UCLA study finds more genetic variation than expected among affected animals in the Santa Monica Mountains.
To understand how weather patterns behaved centuries ago, the researchers examined the rings of trees such as limber pines and bristlecone pines, the oldest living organisms on Earth.
UCLA researchers predicted what the timing of snow and rainwater runoff in the Sierra Nevada could look like by the end of the 21st century.
“What we’ve learned is that the L.A. River can’t be everything to everyone all the time,” said Katie Mika, a UCLA postdoctoral scholar and author of the report.
UCLA environmental scientist co-authored a study that maps where fish and seafood can be sustainably farmed.
UCLA researcher finds that feeding pets creates the equivalent of 64 million tons of carbon dioxide a year.
Presented by the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, the new prize is the first major environmental award for those under 40.
UCLA environmental researchers create comprehensive model to find out how Los Angeles County can reduce its reliance on imported water.
Data collected in the Congo by UCLA scientists and others will help empower global initiatives to protect the planet.
Study raises questions about water management and supply in an area that produces more than half of fruit, vegetable and nut crops in the United States.
New state and local policies promoting energy use transparency, public transit funding and sustainable development make researchers are optimistic for improvement.
Chef Massimo Bottura, whose Osteria Francescana is among the world’s most highly regarded restaurants, will appear at the fifth annual public lecture.
Scientists from UCLA and other universities developed a system that tests when global warming contributes to record-setting weather events, and to what extent.
UCLA study shows that certified green buildings save 319 million pounds of carbon emissions in Los Angeles per year. Unfortunately, smaller buildings are left behind.
UCLA research shows that during future droughts human-induced climate change could all but eliminate California's snowpack, which supplies 60 percent of the state's water supply.