UCLA Study Finds Price of Freedom Too High for Poor L.A. Families

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While bail companies made millions in profit, hundreds of thousands of residents in poor communities remained behind bars awaiting trial, according to researchers

A New Tool to Help Plan for Expected Growth in Electric Vehicles

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Luskin Center for Innovation's atlas provides a wealth of information to assist decision-makers in meeting consumer demand

Unlocking Millions of Dollars in State Incentives for Solar Power

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New research by GRID Alternatives and the UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation quantifies the opportunities and potential benefits of solar power on affordable housing units in L.A. County

U.S. Retail Jobs Are Bad — But It Doesn’t Have to Stay That Way

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A new book co-authored by UCLA Luskin Urban Planner professor Chris Tilly challenges the “myth of inevitability” for poor working conditions in America’s largest employment sector

Student Volunteers Give Back, One Turkey Leg at a Time

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UCLA Luskin Food Mentorship program lets students explore interesting and relevant topics while coordinating a volunteer event at a local organization focused on food issues

Lending a Helping Hand

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A panel discussion at UCLA Luskin highlights what is and isn’t being done to serve the burgeoning homeless population in L.A. County

Guiding the Next Gen of Leaders

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UCLA Luskin welcomes new and returning Senior Fellows from the public, private and nonprofit sectors

Remembering the ‘Father of Urban Planning’

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Renowned author, pioneer of theory and founding leader of UCLA Urban Planning John Friedman is remembered at memorial service

Water Justice for Mobile Home Residents

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New study by UCLA Luskin researchers highlights substandard water service and quality in California’s mobile home parks

More Than We Can Chew

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UCLA Luskin's "Off the Table" series on food policy highlights leaders like Meyer Luskin who are working to turn 'excess into assets'