UCLA helps L.A. pitch greenest Olympics ever

Belinda Waymouth

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.



Nature springs to life after wet winter

David Colgan

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.



Bait and switch: UCLA study finds fish fraud runs rampant

Alison Hewitt

A new study from researchers at UCLA and Loyola Marymount University checked the DNA of fish ordered at 26 Los Angeles sushi restaurants from 2012 through 2015, and found that 47 percent of sushi was mislabeled. The good news is that sushi represented as tuna was almost always tuna. Salmon was mislabeled only about one…



Future of the wooly mammoth

Belinda Waymouth

Is Earth’s sixth mass extinction really underway? An expert panel including Stewart Brand, an advocate of de-extinction and co-founder of Revive and Restore, will discuss the causes and consequences of mass species loss and what can be done to protect endangered species.