Connecting Ecosystems and Human Well-Being: What’s the Evidence?
Q&A with Postdoctoral Fellow Samantha Cheng
Exploring Our Planetary Future
Q&A with IoES Journalism and Media Fellow Christopher Cokinos
The Paris Climate Talks: What Should Emerge?
IoES Faculty, Students and Alumni Weigh In
UCLA Newsroom: Why Are Some Wild Animals More Tolerant to Human Interaction Than Others?
Meta-analysis Led by UCLA Biologist Could Have Implications for Conservation Strategies
Out of the Blue and Into Your Eardrums
UCLA Professor Paul Barber’s ocean conservation efforts get remixed for a new art and science exhibit
New Research: Songbirds’ Silent Killer
West Nile Virus Has Reduced Survival Rates By 50% for Some Backyard Favorites
‘Bending the Curve’: Can We Flat-Line Global Warming by 2050?
A New Report from 50 University of California System Researchers Shows How
What Really Motivates Green Behavior?
It’s Not Altruism, Says IoES Professor Magali Delmas
ESE: Getting the Job Done
An IoES Graduate Program Puts Women & Minorities on the Front Lines of Environmental Problem Solving
Team Turtle Beats the Drought
How the UCLA La Kretz Center Rehabbed & Released 28 Genetically Significant Turtles Imperiled by Habitat Loss
Q&A with Stephanie Pincetl
Why the Energy Atlas Could Transform Urban Policymaking & Research