Faculty, alumni and students from multiple disciplines are helping shape stories of accountability in “Sustaining US,” whose second season debuts Oct. 6
Environment + Climate
Cushing studies the disproportionate impact of environmental exposures and climate change on low-income populations and communities of color in the U.S.
The study’s publication comes just weeks after severe flooding killed hundreds of people in Europe.
They worked alongside tribal leaders to develop tools that would help navigate a complex patchwork of regulations.
The episode, called “Coal Mining in South Africa,” explores issues related to environmental injustice, unemployment and poverty.
Scientists used machine learning to analyze decades’ worth of weather data from around the world.
The report highlights the need for more biodiversity protections and equitable access to resources.
The new database will help researchers, conservationists and fisheries understand changes to marine species and ecosystems.
Efforts to produce a new legal framework for the crime had their roots in a symposium hosted by The Promise Institute for Human Rights.
Atmospheric moisture decreased by a third in California and Nevada, study finds.
For the first time there was a showcase dedicated to community-engaged research.
A UCLA-led study found that voluntary legal agreements protect at-risk species more efficiently than public lands.
The work was part of a legal clinic in the UCLA School of Law’s Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment.
Microplastics could be present in greater-than-expected concentrations in crops around the world.
A UCLA-led study explains how much of the damage is being caused by treated sewage.
In North America, climate change is causing spring to arrive an average of 0.4 days earlier each year; some species could be unable to keep pace with the changes.
UCLA had more faculty honored than any other university.
Research determined that grass with narrow leaves and high numbers of veins should be better able to withstand the drier conditions expected in the future.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, a look at those who are challenging norms, dispelling stereotypes and celebrating diversity.
The findings have relevance far beyond the Amazon River basin, where the study was conducted.
Despite the return of traffic, record-high summer heat waves and apocalyptic wildfires, the early months of spring 2020 offered a glimpse of what is possible.
Seven faculty members share their analyses of what the president has accomplished and look ahead at the challenges to come.
A UCLA study finds that pollution at street level is worst with buildings in tight rows.
Promotional messages about saving money on electricity bills or earning other financial rewards motivated homeowners to conserve.
In the new book he co-wrote, Salzman reveals the hidden rules that govern who owns what — from the reclining space behind airline seats to HBO passwords.