More Than We Can Chew

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As food waste becomes a growing concern, conservation leaders like Meyer Luskin work to turn 'excess into assets'

Examining an Issue from Every Side

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Urban Planning students enrolled in Community Scholars and Comprehensive Project efforts tackle problems of significant scope and complexity

Conference at UCLA Luskin Slices Into Post-Election Data

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Scholars from across the nation engage in a face-to-face dissection of a collective survey effort that showcases research on race, ethnicity and politics

UCLA Study Helps Californians Save Electricity — and Money — this Summer

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Participants in UCLA Luskin research effort receive smartphone notifications about electricity usage that can help them avoid peak pricing

Giving Microeconomics a Human Face

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Research by Manisha Shah bridges a worldwide policy gap between health, economics and education

Food for Thought — and Sustainability

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The first class of UCLA Food Studies scholars receives certificates at a celebration held at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs

Save Every Drop While We Still Can

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Water expert Brian Richter joins California officials for a panel at UCLA Luskin that stresses urgent need to conserve in a drought-plagued world

A Multimillion-Dollar Boost to Tackle Transportation Challenges

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UCLA Luskin’s Institute of Transportation Studies is part of grant that will fund a new regional transportation center

Angelenos On Track to Meet 2017 Water Conservation Goals

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New study by the UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation reinforces importance of turf removal

UCLA’s Carbon Upcycling Team Advances to Semifinals of Carbon XPRIZE Competition

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The UCLA team, representing chemistry, biochemistry, materials science, economics, public policy and engineering, is among 27 teams moving one step closer to a share of the $20-million NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE.