Open for business in the Congo rainforest
Recently, crew of college students from UCLA and Cameroon left convenience behind and plunged into the rainforest. Their objective: reopen a field station that had been shuttered for two decades, while taking the pulse of local wildlife. Through their efforts and a project from UCLA’s Congo Basin Institute, the Bouamir research station is again open...
Why Marine Biology Matters to You in a High CO2 World
Robert Eagle Tripati, Assistant Professor, UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability
Congo Basin Institute: UCLA’s New Foreign Affiliate
Thomas B. Smith, Director, Center for Tropical Research; Professor, UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability
La Kretz Center Discussion: Life in the L.A. River
A discussion presented in partnership with the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum With the imminent revitalization of the L.A. River, the city’s landscape is about to transform. But how will the restoration project impact life in and around the river? In partnership with the UCLA La Kretz Center for California Conservation Science, the Natural...
Bird Genoscape Project
Video from Center for Tropical Research and First Solar Inc, describing a new partnership, the Bird Genoscape Project, that will assist conservation efforts for migratory birds.
Kareiva to lead UCLA environmental institute
Peter Kareiva, a leading environmental scientist and vocal advocate for using multiple disciplines to inform conservation, is the new director of the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability.