In a report released today, more than 20 researchers provide strategies that center equity and justice in LADWP’s transition.
Environment + Climate
UCLA’s environmental science and engineering doctoral program celebrates its golden anniversary.
A UCLA-led international team also found high levels in carnivorous birds and those in aquatic habitats.
Southern California cougars avoid certain areas due to artificial light that can disrupt hunting, a UCLA researcher and colleagues say.
The award recognizes campus efforts to support healthy, affordable, environmentally friendly transportation.
The research conservationist was recognized for her efforts to protect West African forests from wildfire and other threats.
The technology leverages seawater to capture and store atmospheric carbon dioxide while producing green hydrogen.
An acclaimed hydroclimatologist, Williams was recognized for his research on climate change and its connection to drought and fires.
Rising temperatures mean fewer overall days when prescribed fires can be safely lit, a new UCLA-led study shows.
Welcome events for students will incorporate this year’s Common Experience book, “The Intersectional Environmentalist.”
Finding solutions could be challenging, because some regulations aimed at ensuring food safety make it difficult to properly cool the vehicles.
UCLA-led research finds human-generated greenhouse gases are responsible for the troubling changes in the upper atmosphere.
Research by UCLA and La Brea Tar Pits scientists upends theory that saber-toothed cats, other large mammals were hunted out of existence.
Environmental justice has been the cornerstone of Luskin School efforts related to the city’s hot weather policies.
Project Phoenix, which launches today, was developed by UCLA and the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
Paper synthesizing latest research adds clarity to contentious debate with implications for lives and property.
The Academy Award–winning actor is an alumnus of the school.
Task force gathers delegates from around the world to discuss how remote sensing can help stop deforestation.
A UCLA study using environmental DNA provides the most comprehensive picture to date of wildlife in the region’s surf zones.
Working with Agriculture for Africa, seven Bruins got their hands dirty during spring break.
Genomic research led by UCLA scientists could support conservation efforts; the species is endangered in large part because of illegal hunting.
A UCLA-led study assesses the complex effects of environmental stressors on tropical species in the Usambara Mountains.
Proposed legislation, which grew out the students’ work in a legal clinic project, would benefit small farmers who can’t afford big legal fees.
Over the past 20 years, UCLA’s Yongkang Xue has been learning how land temperature and moisture influence major climate patterns.
Professor Alex Hall’s work with native plants is in full bloom, with a weekend tour and an upcoming podcast.