The initiative addresses inequalities faced by the disadvantaged communities that have suffered disproportionately from the health effects of pollution.
A UCLA study reveals how the United States can maximize the benefits of waste-derived fuels.
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.
Making air quality information accessible by mobile app educates and promotes behavioral change, a UCLA study finds.
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 UCLA study highlights the importance of understanding risks near other natural gas storage facilities.
The California Climate Expedition — led by climate scientist Alex Hall — grants riders the chance to experience climate change impacts from Oakland to Los Angeles.
The findings have implications for the conservation of rare and endangered species, in which low genetic diversity could increase the odds of extinction.
UCLA researchers launch open-source software that can identify a broad range of species from samples.
The second season of “Earth Focus” recently launched and will screen May 23 on campus.
If the same change were made by all of the U.S., it would account for one-third of the greenhouse gas reduction prescribed in the 2013 President’s Climate Action Plan.
The External Environmental Economics Advisory Committee, launched by J.R. DeShazo, will advise the Environmental Protection Agency on the benefits and costs of its policies.
Research on 144 countries reveals the opportunities and pitfalls of this fast-growing sector.
Climate change won’t solve itself, but all Bruins can make changes and help UCLA beat the other University of California campuses.
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.
Ecologist Jeff Holmquist explains why there are so many painted lady butterflies in Southern California this year — and why he’s betting on this species despite climate change.
The Center for Diverse Leadership in Science’s inaugural fellows seek to build network of support.
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.
“This is a pervasive, global problem.... It’s in all types of landscapes — urban, rural and even untouched environments,” says Seth Riley, a co-author of the research.
Teams will closely monitor more than 50 burn areas in the Santa Monica Mountains examining effects throughout the food chain.
The UCLA report calls for conservation, policy and infrastructure improvements.
Formed in partnership with the Waitt Foundation, the Blue Prosperity program works with local governments, businesses and communities.
Advances in genetics and computing helped biologist Tom Smith determine why seedcrackers’ bills vary in size.