The online atlas supports efforts to better understand the region’s habitats, which could influence global conservation efforts.
Predictive models have grossly underestimated the amount of climate-changing coarse dust, UCLA scientists say.
Many forested areas used by insurgents for camouflage and cover were later decimated by illegal industries.
The study looked at tactics that will not fully solve climate change but could mitigate the damage while longer-term solutions are implemented.
The findings could help inform decision-making for future infrastructure and construction plans near Los Angeles beaches.
Aradhna Tripati, founder of the Center for Diverse Leadership in Science at UCLA, and her dedication to inclusion have inspired donors’ support.
Lawyers, scholars and activists will examine how human rights laws can be used to seek redress for the harm caused by climate change.
UCLA research explores how shell-forming marine species respond to acidification.
The move could drive regional change and would make UCLA one of the largest universities in the U.S. to take action.
The delegation focused on U.S.-China initiatives and issues that affecting island nations that are particularly vulnerable to rising sea levels.
UCLA began observing its 100th birthday and delivered new advances in research, health care, the arts, community service and teaching.
UCLA hosted the Environmental and Climate Change Literacy Project and Summit as part of an effort to educate the next generation of climate change-aware students.
The Rapanui people most likely believed the ancient monoliths helped food grow on the Polynesian island, a new study reveals.
In this role, Hoek will provide leadership and grow partnerships with faculty and stakeholders to improve ecosystem health in Los Angeles.
The new clinic at UCLA School of Law is one of several options for students interested in environmental law.
New research casts doubt on the common assumption that plants and animals are adapted to their environments.
A UCLA study finds that even a short-term visit to a severely polluted city is detrimental to one's health.
UCLA’s Magali Delmas notes that most U.S. consumers are opposed to pollution, but research shows that they seldom view themselves as significant contributors.
Predictions for when the change could happen spanned 100 years, but a new UCLA study focuses on a 25-year period.
The native of Chad promotes environmental protections for indigenous groups through work with international organizations.
The research is the most comprehensive study to date investigating the potential future scale and cost of 10 different ways to use carbon dioxide.
Janet Napolitano issued the following statement following the Trump administration’s decision to withdraw the United States from the landmark Paris climate agreement.
The analysis is the only comprehensive analysis of the state of the region’s water systems
UCLA-led research examined records dating to 1700s to discover how mangroves expand and retreat with climate cycles.
The California-China Climate Institute will identify and share best practices and key lessons and help inform policymakers.