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4.17.2018

Now Comes the Hard Part… Implementing Groundwater Management Under SGMA

Presented by: Eric Garner, Managing Partner, Best, Best & Kreiger LLP As one of the leading water attorneys in California, Eric Garner helped to write the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) passed in 2014. Now his firm is advising groundwater management agencies all over California. He will talk about the challenges addressed, and challenges to...


4.3.2018

Atlas of (Remote) Islands and Sea Level Rise

In a 2016 lecture titled “Let Them Drown,” Naomi Klein called attention to the nexus of climate change, colonial racism and poverty—as Rob Nixon has done in his book Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor. But Klein shifted the spotlight of these concerns to the oft-overlooked low-lying island nations. Their current day situation is...


3.28.2018

Big Coupled Data for Sustainable Urban Systems: Examples from Los Angeles

In an era where cities are actively developing urban sustainability goals, too often, the right kinds of “Big Data” are not adequately gathered to guide new programs and policies. Dr. Stephanie Pincetl, Director of the California Center for Sustainable Communities at UCLA, is using Big Data to better understand building energy use and water management in Los Angeles County to...


3.22.2018

2018 IoES Gala | Sea CO2 Change

honoring Keely Shaye Brosnan Director and Producer of Poisoning Paradise Pierce Brosnan Executive Producer of Poisoning Paradise Van Jones Founder of Green For All & Dream Corps and host committee Courteney Cox Laura Dern Goldie Hawn Felicity Huffman Queen Latifah Lyn & Norman Lear Chloë Grace Moretz Barbra Streisand Amber Valletta Every year, we honor environmental game-changers....


2.22.2018

A Conversation on Politics, Ethics and Well-Being in the Anthropocene

Please join our expert panel as we explore the ways democratic politics, law and ethics can serve our collective well-being and public health in a world where climate change and corrosive politics affect our daily lives and visions of our future. Directions and Parking Speakers:   Dale Jamieson NYU College of Arts and Science Emma...


1.31.2018

Energy Policy Panel

The panel will be moderated by UCLA’s Chief Sustainability Officer, who is modernizing the university’s energy infrastructure to be more environmentally sustainable, and will feature experts in California state policy and renewable energy technologies. Students from all years and majors are welcome to come learn about how developments in renewable energy technologies are affecting public...