Los Angeles City Planning Commissioner Michael Woo will talk about how he sees climate and policy changing the built environment of Los Angeles.
Greening the North American Energy Relationship: Building a Stronger U.S.-Canada Environmental Partnership – a conference supported by UCLA and the Government of Canada – will open a window on where we are now on the policy front and how energy companies, from petroleum producers to nuclear power producers, are working on solutions for the future.The […]
Director of the UCLA Program on Local Government Climate Action Policies Juan Matute talks about the policy implications of measuring GHG emissions from transportation
Each fall since 1991 the UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies and the UCLA Extension Public Policy Program have organized a three-day invitation-only symposium on the Transportation - Land Use - Air Quality Connection. This invitation-only symposium is attended by over 125 public, private, and academic leaders, and is sponsored by almost two-dozen public and private […]
Executive Director of the Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies J. R. DeShazo will share findings from his recent research on California’s local government’s climate commitments.
Loyola Law School Professor Katherine Trisolini, will discuss her paper “All Hands on Deck: Local Governments and the Potential for Bidirectional Climate Change Regulation.”
Named one of the Best Books of 2009 by The Economist, Mark Kleiman's new book, When Brute Force Fails, examines crime and punishment in America. Crime certainly persists, but our method of punishment is surely failing society. One in every hundred men in America is incarcerated: by far the most in our history and by […]
“Bike Town Beta #1 Los Angeles- Westwood Village.” First Ciclovia in Los Angeles
“The UCLA Lake Arrowhead Symposium on the Transportation, Land Use, and Environment Connection”, a three-day invitation-only symposium on the Transportation - Land Use - Air Quality Connection. This invitation-only symposium is attended by over 125 public, private, and academic leaders, and is sponsored by almost two-dozen public and private organizations, including the U.S. Environmental Protection […]