Events

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How We Multiply

First Friday's at the LA Natural History Museum

Our Featured Discussion.  The Population Problem and Possible Solutions:  The Earth’s human population has reached 8 billion. What does that mean for this planet?  Is it catastrophe or more possibilities for…

Ajay Singh Chaudhary

Special Event

Ajay Singh Chaudhary presents The Exhausted of the Earth

An exploration of how the shared experiences of exhaustion can be the foundation for a new, radical climate politics.

Join us on Wednesday, April 17th, at the UCLA Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden, for a conversation with Ajay Singh Chaudhary and learn how he answers this question in his new book, The…

Highly Charged Panel Discussion

Special Event

Highly Charged: Panel Discussion

Panel discusses equity in rate design for decarbonizing electric power systems, featuring experts and advocates.

Panel discusses equity in rate design for decarbonizing electric power systems, featuring experts and advocates.

On Campus

UCLA-wide sustainability events calendar

For those interested in more campus events on the environment and sustainability, follow our friends at UCLA Sustainability.

UPCOMING EVENTS

CDLS Non-Academic Career Paths Panel Discussion

Special Event

CDLS Non-Academic Career Paths Panel Discussion

Non-Academic Career Paths Panel Discussion

The Center for Diverse Leadership in Science (CDLS) is excited to invite you to a virtual panel discussion on exploring non-academic career paths, an event designed to provide valuable insights…

GP Santos

CDLS Science Communication Workshop Series: Science and Art

Workshop on turning your scientific content into something creative for science education with Cosplay for Science Gabriel-Philip Santos

As part of our ongoing commitment to fostering inclusive and impactful science communication, the Center for Diverse Leadership in Science (CDLS) at UCLA is thrilled to invite you to a…

THE CRITICAL ECOLOGY FRAMEWORK

Uncovering systemic drivers of global change to promote just and sustainable futures

As an independent research organization, Critical Ecology Lab investigates the relationships between social power, inequality and global environmental change, highlighting the relevance of this understanding to studies of ecosystem and…

Lecture Series

The 2024 UCLA La Kretz Center Public Lecture

The Endangered Species Act at 50: Is it working for California?

Note: This event will no longer be happening on May 11th, 2024. The date has been postponed and will now occur on September 28th, 2024.

PAST EVENTS

The Future of Fire in Santa Barbara County

A conversation with leaders who study climate change and wildfire, manage fires and evacuations, and work to understand the economic and policy dimensions of increased fire risk in a changing…

Turning Climate Science Into Action

Join us as we kick off our California Climate Expedition with a party and discussion about climate science and action in California! As climate change continues unabated and California communities…

2019 California Climate Expedition

From June 8 to 24, 2019, the UCLA IoES Center for Climate Science is partnering with OnePulse to bring you the California Climate Expedition: a first-of-its-kind cycling tour and educational experience.…

Charting California’s Course on the Environment from Brown to Newsom and Beyond

Over the period spanning Governor Brown’s four terms in office, California cemented its identity as a pioneer of forward-thinking environmental law. California’s stance on climate and energy policy has marked…

The Future of Supply Chain Sustainability: A New Standard of Operation

Incorporating supply chain considerations is no longer a differentiator in the field of corporate sustainability, but rather a standard practice for major companies. During the discussion, three speakers will address…