3rd annual Seeds of Unity Festival

Harvard Park 1535 West 62nd St., Los Angeles, CA, United States

Join SCOPE-LA for a transformative celebration at the "Seeds of Unity Fest," where community, culture, and climate justice intertwine in South Central Los Angeles. This Earth Day, join in sowing the seeds of Black, Brown, and Indigenous unity to protect our land, air, and water. Seeds of Unity is about celebrating our shared commitment to […]

E3’s Earth Day Fair

Dickson Court North

Join this Earth Day event for fun activities, live music, giveaways, and more! Earth Month celebrates the earth, the communities it houses, and work that promotes sustainability. As a campaign under UCLA’s student organization E3, Earth Month emphasizes the three E’s of sustainability: Ecology, Economy, Equity. Understanding that environmentalism and sustainability extends outside of our […]

“Architecture is a Collective Act” – Lecture by Tatiana Bilbao + cityLAB Block Party

UCLA Perloff Hall, DeCafe 365 Portola Plaza, Room 1302, Los Angeles, CA, United States

UCLA cityLAB and Architecture and Urban Design (AUD) present: Tatiana Bilbao. Exhibitions, music, tacos & drinks, AND limited-edition swag. RSVP: rsvp@aud.ucla.edu Tatiana Bilbao began her eponymous studio in 2004 with the aim of integrating social values, collaboration and sensitive designapproaches to architectural work. The work of the office intersects with research allowing to design for […]

Earth Month – Putting Nature First: The Seaweed Company with Joost Wouters

Online

Joost will cover the myriad benefits of seaweed cultivation, ranging from its capacity to sequester carbon to its role in fostering biodiversity and restoring degraded marine ecosystems. Whether you're a sustainability enthusiast, a food industry professional, or simply curious about the intersection of food production and environmental conservation, this webinar offers a wealth of knowledge […]

5th annual Climate Justice Forum

Barbara and Joseph Goldenberg Terrace at The Fowler Museum 308 Charles E Young Dr N, Los Angeles, CA, United States

The 2nd annual Climate Justice Conversations (CJC) is centered around a theme of Envisioning Our Collective Future. The month will culminate in our Climate Justice Forum event! Our 5th annual Climate Justice Forum will be centered around a theme of abolition ecology! A night filled with critical dialogue, live music, dinner catered by Bé Ù, […]

Free Food from the Dining Halls

Conference Room 1 in the Student Activities Center Basement 220 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Get a plate of free hot dining hall food in the SAC basement. Please bring your own containers and utensils. Bruin Dine is operating Tuesdays, Wednesdays, AND Thursdays this quarter.

Free Food from the Dining Halls

Conference Room 1 in the Student Activities Center Basement 220 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Get a plate of free hot dining hall food in the SAC basement. Please bring your own containers and utensils. Bruin Dine is operating Tuesdays, Wednesdays, AND Thursdays this quarter.

Free Food from the Dining Halls

Conference Room 1 in the Student Activities Center Basement 220 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Get a plate of free hot dining hall food in the SAC basement. Please bring your own containers and utensils. Bruin Dine is operating Tuesdays, Wednesdays, AND Thursdays this quarter.

Chatsworth Nature Preserve Earth Day Open House

Chatsworth Nature Preserve Chatsworth, CA, United States

Celebrate Earth Day at the only Nature Preserve in the City of Los Angeles. Event Highlights: Ceremony with Native American Blessing, Guided Nature Hikes, Live Animal Exhibits, and Environmental & Community Resource Fair. What to bring: Hats, refillable water bottles, sunscreen and comfortable walking shoes. What not to bring: Dogs, drones, cigarettes of any kind, […]

Music in the Garden: Garden Party, Old Growth, 287vinyl

UCLA Mildred E Mathias Botanical Garden, La Kretz Garden Pavilion 707 Tiverton Dr, Los Angeles, CA

Kick back at a free public concert in the Garden! 287vinyl will kick off the music at 2pm, followed by Old Growth and Garden Party. Meet at La Kretz Garden Pavilion (707 Tiverton Drive). No RSVP required. Free and open to the public.

Environmental and Climate Change Literacy Projects Annual Forum Symposium

Online

Unite with PK-16 students, educators, researchers, and community partners for a transformative journey. Dive into knowledge-sharing, professional development, and collaborative networking to empower change. Together, champion climate literacy, justice, and action, turning challenges into opportunities for a greener future. REGISTER HERE

Guided UCLA Botanical Garden Tour

UCLA Mildred E Mathias Botanical Garden, La Kretz Garden Pavilion 707 Tiverton Dr, Los Angeles, CA

Join a Garden Guide for a free tour. Explore a living museum featuring collections of plants from around the globe! You’ll hear the stories of selected plants in the Garden and their relevance to human society. All ages are welcome. Tours meet at the La Kretz Garden Pavilion at the northern end of the Garden […]

Light Pollution & Terrestrial Wildlife: Research Into Practice

Online

Learn how light pollution affects wildlife. Part of the Audubon Everglades Speaker Series collection Join monthly virtually and learn about the latest science and conservation with international, national and local experts. The past 20 years have seen an explosion of research into the adverse effects of light at night on wildlife. In this presentation, Travis […]

2024 Mautner Perkins Memorial Lecture Series

California NanoSystems Institute 570 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA, United States

with Distingusihed Guest Lecturer Professor Omar M. Yaghi James and Neeltje Tretter Chair Professor of Chemistry University of California, Berkeley Co-Director: Bakar Institute of Digital Materials for the Planet Kavli Energy NanoSciences Institute at Berkeley California Research Alliance by BASF 4:30 p.m. Reception 5:30 p.m. Lecture REGISTER HERE

The 2024 UCLA La Kretz Center Public Lecture: “The Endangered Species Act at 50: Is it working for California?”

Boyer Hall (Room 159) 611 Charles E Young Dr., Los Angeles, CA, United States

California has more native species than any state in the US, and many of them are endangered. As the US Endangered Species Act (ESA) turned 50 years old, it’s time to ask how the ESA is working for our state’s biodiversity. Join to hear from several leading voices on endangered species listing and recovery to […]

Clarkia Festival

Botanical Garden 707 Tiverton Dr

Join the UCLA Botanical Garden for the 1st annual Clarkia Festival, an all-day celebration featuring live music, educational activities, food trucks, and more! The Garden’s Clarkia Hill will be in full bloom, highlighting the diversity of the genus represented in our new logo. Stop by to see these lovely pink and purple flowers, and stick […]

Environmental Education Program Leader Webinar: Risk Management and Compliance

Online

Join the California Environmental Literacy Initiative’s Community-Based Partner (CBP) Innovation Hub and Association for Environmental & Outdoor Education (AEOE) in an online webinar series for Program Leaders of organizations that work to advance environmental literacy. Learn valuable tips and strategies that will help your organization grow and thrive. Risk Management and Compliance What you need […]

Botany Brown Bag Public Lecture – “Amazing Hawaiian Plants in the UCLA Botanical Garden,” with Dr. Tom Gillespie

UCLA Mildred E Mathias Botanical Garden, La Kretz Garden Pavilion 707 Tiverton Dr, Los Angeles, CA

Join a new Botany Brown Bag lunch and learn series! This free public lecture series is continued by Dr. Tom Gillespie, who will give a talk entitled “Amazing Hawaiian Plants in the UCLA Botanical Garden” on May 30 at 12pm. Stop in on your lunch break and take home some exciting insights about the Hawaiian […]

Guided UCLA Botanical Garden Tour

UCLA Mildred E Mathias Botanical Garden, La Kretz Garden Pavilion 707 Tiverton Dr, Los Angeles, CA

Join a Garden Guide for a free tour. Explore a living museum featuring collections of plants from around the globe! You’ll hear the stories of selected plants in the Garden and their relevance to human society. All ages are welcome. Tours meet at the La Kretz Garden Pavilion at the northern end of the Garden […]

Advanced Nuclear Energy – Electricity and Beyond

Online

Are you looking to learn more about recent developments in nuclear reactor design, demonstration, and legislation? The advanced reactors being designed and demonstrated today will be capable of doing more than just producing electricity. Hear how nuclear energy, when integrated with other generating sources, can be an enabling technology for local economic development. In this […]