Getting to the bottom of L.A.’s future water supply
UCLA researchers created a comprehensive model to find out how L.A. County can reduce its reliance on imported water.
A UCLA student-led survey uncovered stark disparities in public health outcomes for L.A. neighborhoods with oil and gas drilling.
Overuse of antibiotics has led to superbugs that resist even powerful last-line-of-defense antibiotics. UCLA researchers have learned that antibiotic resistant genes are everywhere, including places people are encouraged to go for fun—parks.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) wants prospective host cities to provide game plans that ensure all future Olympics and Paralympics are sustainable low-carbon events. For the two cities vying to host the 2024 games, Los Angles and Paris, it may come down to which has the green edge.
UCLA study shows building certification programs like LEED reduce carbon emissions, but smaller buildings get left behind.
From the Santa Monica Mountains to the Sierra Nevada, UCLA conservation biologists watch as wildlife responds to a welcome surge of wet weather after years of intense drought.