Social factors like low population density, disability and race have a stronger influence than median household income on whether a community’s water supply is safe to drink.
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As the median home purchase price nears $1 million, even more Californians will be pushed toward homelessness, Urban Planning expert says.
Team led by a Fielding School professor gets nearly $2 million to pursue an equitable model for electrical vehicle charger placement.
Environmental justice has been the cornerstone of Luskin School efforts related to the city’s hot weather policies.
School violence expert says it’s not reasonable to expect anyone except those with highly specialized training to confront armed assailants directly.
“Piecemeal interventions” like a new L.A. pilot project fall short of what she sees as necessary to protect people from extreme heat.
Shortening long housing waitlists will require more vouchers and public-private partnerships, he tells ABC7.
UCLA expert on governance applauds the idea but finds it too vague in its present form to be effective.
The plan seeks to benefit struggling cannabis retailers, but he says prices for consumers will likely rise.
Biden Administration grant announcement includes professor’s finding that Native-owned small businesses declined roughly 40% in the pandemic.