Landscape Architecture and the Science of Climate Change

The Department of Landscape Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona hosts a series of monthly presentations on the science of climate change and landscape architecture solutions. Join the event during your lunch break. It starts at 12pm and ends at 1pm on the first Friday of each month, between October 2021 and June 2022 (except April […]

UCLA Bike Week 2022

May is National Bike Month, a time here at UCLA we use to highlight the many benefits of bicycling — to acknowledge our riding community and encourage more Bruins to give biking a try. While the pandemic may have halted past celebrations on campus, UCLA Bike Week is back in motion! Join us at pit stops for […]

“Saging the World” Movie Showing

Sponsored by UCLA's Special Advisor to the Chancellor on Native American and Indigenous Affairs Mishuana Goeman and California Native Plant Society and Indigenous advocates. REGISTER HERE PANELISTS: Heidi Lucero (Acjachemen and Mustun Ohlone) Samantha Morales Johnson (Gabrielino Tongva) Kimberly Morales Johnson (Gabrielino Tongva) Nick Rocha (Gabrielino Shoshone) Craig Torres (Tongva) Sage smudging has become a […]

A Talk on Heat, Health, & Design

Heat is a rapidly escalating dimension of the climate change crisis, and requires creative, comprehensive and collaborative strategies to mitigate its negative impacts on human health. Hosted by the BEWell pod at the Semel Healthy Campus Initiative, this lecture series will highlight some of the ways in which UCLA scholars are advancing the discourse on […]

My Green Building Conference & Expo (MyGBCE)

Since its inception in 2001, MyGBCE  has become the longest-running and largest gathering of leading sustainability and green building advocates within both the public and private sectors in Southern California. Attended by over 1500 people in 2021, this conference and trade show provides cutting-edge thought leadership, education, and networking opportunities to inform local government agencies, building industry […]

Cajetan Iheka on African Ecomedia

Join us for a virtual talk by Professor Cajetan lheka on his new book African Ecomedia: Network Forms, Planetary Politics (Duke UP 2021), followed by a Q&A session.In African Ecomedia, Cajetan Iheka examines the ecological footprint of media in Africa alongside the representation of environmental issues in visual culture. Iheka shows how, through visual media such as film, […]

Saving the Silversword: Native Species & Colonialism in Hawai’i

La Kretz Garden Pavilion 777 Tiverton Avenue (Mildred Mathais Botanical Garden), Los Angeles, CA

The Haleakalā silversword (or ‘ahinahina in Hawaiian) is one of the most striking and rare plants in Hawai‘i. Learn how efforts to save this plant have sparked a movement to preserve the islands' unique flora while opening conversation about race, gender, and colonialism in the islands. Refreshments will be provided. This event is free, but […]