UCLA environmental scientist co-authored a study that maps where fish and seafood can be sustainably farmed.
Those who complete the program will be prepared to fill a critical void in the workforce: helping growing urban centers thrive under the pressure of global climate change.
In addition to the honor from the U.S. Green Building Council, the conference center has been recognized for its commitment to sustainability by the Los Angeles Business Council.
Scientists from UCLA, UC Berkeley and UC San Francisco sequenced the genome of a tiny, single-celled green alga.
The nonprofit Chefs Collaborative and UCLA co-hosted speakers on a series of sustainable food panels, featuring food-scene stars, UCLA staff and faculty and food critic Jonathan Gold.
UCLA alumni and brothers Mark Gold, respected environmental advocate and scientist, and Jonathan Gold, Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer, on what restaurants, chefs and legislators can do.
“Climate Lab” — a six-episode video series on climate change from Vox and the University of California — is already getting plenty of attention although it's just getting started.
The funds will support the researchers’ efforts to develop a process for capturing carbon dioxide and converting it into a material that can be used in building and construction.
UCLA and Los Angeles are collaborating on a new L.A. Sustainability Leadership Council to guide the city's efforts to build a sustainable future for Los Angeles.
UCLA sophomore Luke Mostert is a partner in a business that donates lanterns to children who live in shacks in electricity-deprived sections of his home country.
UCLA's Congo Basin Institute led a team of UCLA and Cameroonian students into a rain forest in central Africa to reopen a field station in a jungle with a thriving ecosystem with birds, elephants and monkeys.
From linen-free tables and wine kegs to maximum use of natural light and recycled steel, the new UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center leads the way in sustainability.
The show marks 10 years of influential research from UCLA’s urban planning and architecture think tank.
Architecture professor Thom Mayne says that adding density around Wilshire Boulevard could accommodate 1 million new people in Los Angeles while promoting sustainability.
New reports show how to add 1.5 million people to the county while preserving the vast majority of the area’s character and staying lower density than Manhattan.
The Laboratory for Environmental Narrative Strategies, or LENS, aims to spur new thinking about the role of multimedia storytelling to drive sustainability.
U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz spoke with UCLA leaders and researchers in engineering and physics this morning and toured two laboratories on campus that receive support from the U.S. Department of Energy.
UCLA becomes the first public university in California with electric buses, which join the 14 compressed natural gas buses that get people around campus.
From the capuchin monkeys of Costa Rica to the Los Angeles area's mountain lions, UCLA experts are developing new techniques and advancing knowledge.
UCLA is taking part in the launch of Mayor Eric Garcetti's summer-long SaveEnergyLA campaign.
UCLA lecturer Andy Rice introduces his students to entomophagy, bug eating, which may someday become a smart alternative to resource-intensive foods such as beef.
The League of American Bicyclists ranks UCLA as a Silver Bicycle-Friendly University. A holder of that distinction since 2011, UCLA is one of just 10 schools to move up in standing over the last year.
Popular KCRW “Good Food” host Evan Kleiman is treating UCLA students to a thoughtful exploration into issues of food and sustainability in her summer course, “We are Stardust: The Moral Ecology of Food."
The L.A. Energy Atlas project, a first-of-its-kind interactive website, enables policymakers and the public to sort energy consumption and emissions by building size, neighborhood and other metrics.
Mary Nichols, chair of the California Air Resources Board and a UCLA faculty member, is a fierce fighter for the environment. She has championed a difficult cause without succumbing to bitterness or wallowing in the polarization that has crippled Sacramento and Washington.