Topical Tag: Technology
Understanding complex international questions about geoengineering
UCLA Law School's Ted Parson weighs in on climate geoengineering—and some of its sticky governance problems he'll be tackling in a new project.
Corporations meet environmental science in revamped program
Businesses can make a major difference for the environment. Becoming more sustainable is something that is increasingly good for the bottom line. Check out a new program that's looking to sweeten the pot.
Research Roundtable: Water Resiliency for Business
A Corporate Partners Program Event
The Corporate Partners Program will conclude this year’s focus on Water Resiliency for Business with a Keynote from LA24 and interactive Research Roundtables
Spotlight on Sustainability: Preparing Your Company for Water Resiliency
Corporate Partners Program Symposium
The Corporate Partners Program of UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability is proud to present: Spotlight on Sustainability: Preparing Your Company for Water Resiliency UCLA water experts and business leaders will come together to discuss what steps companies can take to ensure that they are prepared for our water future. Speakers will address: Cutting-edge...
We amplify the voices of diverse environmental scientists. Our Center members engage in media communication, and in discussions of climate change and environmental issues with various sectors.
The Private and Social Consequences of Purchasing an Electric Vehicle and Solar Panels: Evidence from California
Published Work | 2017 | Research in Economics
Published Work | 2017 | Journal of Membrane Science
Self-adaptive cycle-to-cycle control of in-line coagulant dosing in ultrafiltration for pre-treatment of reverse osmosis feed water
Published Work | 2017 | Desalination
In the News
EasyReaderNews: Savior or Albatross? Proposed desalination plant could decrease South Bay’s dependence on imported water, but has raised environmental concerns
“Having desal means Southern California gains water independence from Northern California. You can’t waive that off as insignificant. That can be quite important,” said Yoram Cohen, a professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering at the UCLA.
Washington Post: Trump wants to cut programs that help buildings save energy. This new study says they work.
Thanks to a partnership program at UCLA, Magali Delmas and co-author Omar Isaac Asensio were able to access energy data from buildings throughout Los Angeles and use it to evaluate the performance of three separate energy efficiency programs.
Dan Kammen: Innovation for a Clean Economy
In his Spring Oppenheim Lecture on March 31, Dan Kammen talked about if and how we can achieve a low-carbon/no-carbon economy. He stated that reducing greenhouse gases by the levels required will be a monumental undertaking, one that requires an aggressive mixture of science, technology and policy. He noted that there are number of ‘high...