Videos

Milken Institute California Summit — Renewables: Our Energy Edge?

Speakers: Rajit Gadh, Professor and Director, UCLA Smart Grid Energy Research Center (SMERC) Steven (Mac) Heller, Executive Chairman, CODA Automotive Joseph Osha, Managing Director and Senior Analyst, Alternative Energy Research,…

Dr. Richard Jackson on Pittsburgh’s KDKA-TV

Watch an interview with Department of Environmental Health Sciences Chair and IoES Professor Richard Jackson.

Natural Disaster Economics

Matthew E. Kahn (UCLA Economics) presents his 7th lecture. This lecture focuses on how cities are affected by natural disasters.

Economic Growth and the Environment

Lecture # 6 in the “green bites” video series by Matthew E. Kahn, professor of economics at the Institute of the Environment and Sustainabiltiy.

Unintended consequences

Matthew E. Kahn (UCLA Economics) lectures on the intended and unintended consequences of Clean Air Act Regulation. Lecture # 5 in the “green bites” video series by Matthew E. Kahn,…

Pollution in a World with No Governments

Lecture # 4 in the “green bites” video series by Matthew E. Kahn, professor of economics at the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability.

“Big ideas” in Urban Economics

Lecture # 3 in the “green bites” video series by Matthew E. Kahn, professor of economics at the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability.

Environmental and Urban Economics

Lecture # 2 in the “green bites” video series by Matthew E. Kahn, professor of economics at the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability.

ESE Celebration

Saturday, October 27, 2012 marked the official launch of the Environmental Science and Engineering Doctorate Program at the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability with a reception at UCLA’s…

Why is Environmental Economics an exciting research field?

IoES Professor Matthew E. Kahn provides an introduction to environmental economics lectures that he will present in short “green bites” video pieces.

3rd Annual La Kretz Center Lecture — Marine Protected Areas: Reasons for Hope by Dr. Sylvia Earle

“Marine Protected Areas: Reasons for Hope” presented by Dr. Sylvia Earle, internationally renowned oceanographer, explorer, and author. Former Chief Scientist at NOAA, Dr. Earle is a National Geographic Explorer in…

New Sustainable Cities in China

Brian Heimberg is an advisor for emerging growth clean-technology companies and a sustainable city developer in the United States and China. Brian currently serves small and medium size energy and…

The Food Commons – Imagine, Design, Build

Lawrence Yee is Co-founder and Coordinating Director for the Food Commons, a large national project dedicated to designing and developing a new economic paradigm and whole systems approach for regional…

Avoiding Biodiversity Collapse in Tropical Protected Areas

Featuring William F. Laurance, Ph.D., Distinguished Research Professor, James Cook University, Australia Many of the world’s leading tropical protected areas are now fragments or man‐made islands surrounded by drastically modified…