The one-two punch impairs corals’ ability to form exoskeletons and grow, UCLA-led research finds.
A massive unintended experiment in animal conservation taking place southeast of Las Vegas revealed an unexpected result.
UCLA is on track to run a completely carbon-neutral fleet by 2025.
The method saves time and money and doesn't require sacrificing endangered animals. All that’s needed is a few ounces of water from their habitat.
Two UCLA studies of ocean mollusks shed light on how new species may emerge through a phenomenon known as host-switching.
The online atlas supports efforts to better understand the region’s habitats, which could influence global conservation efforts.
Many forested areas used by insurgents for camouflage and cover were later decimated by illegal industries.
UCLA-led study shows how drought affects native amphibians, harbingers of what’s to come.
The findings could help inform decision-making for future infrastructure and construction plans near Los Angeles beaches.
Participants have interned at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Autry Museum and the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Free online tool updated to include solar capacity and six more years of data, as California aims for 100% renewable energy.
The findings have implications for the conservation of rare and endangered species, in which low genetic diversity could increase the odds of extinction.
Also in this section: stories on the L.A. River, clean air and the Skoll Center.
Climate change won’t solve itself, but all Bruins can make changes and help UCLA beat the other University of California campuses.
The announcement by Los Angeles officials that the city would recycle 100 percent of its wastewater by 2035 aligns with the UCLA Sustainable LA Grand Challenge.
Formed in partnership with the Waitt Foundation, the Blue Prosperity program works with local governments, businesses and communities.
Research by UCLA and others finds that the crayfish disrupt native predators that eat mosquito larvae.
UCLA research shows a connection between the loss of trees and furniture bought in the United States.
Ursula Heise writes about the benefit of Los Angeles becoming a habitat for the endangered, though non-native, green-cheeked Amazon parrot.
New UCLA-led research demonstrates the financial benefits of using sources such as groundwater.
From water resources to wildfires, UCLA research reveals a climate future that will have wide-ranging consequences.
Mark Gold says it'll take a combination of capturing stormwater, recycling treated wastewater and restoring groundwater.
UCLA-led research shows more than 550 payments for ecosystem services programs are active worldwide with more than $36 billion in annual transactions.
“It’s critical to educate the next generation of scientists to understand how and why our climate is changing, and what measures must be taken to adapt,” said professor Alex Hall.
The yearlong partnership provides graduate students with opportunities to create new narratives to engage audiences with research.