Clothing Swap and Refillery Event on the Hill

Sunset Village 330 De Neve Drive, Los Angeles, CA, United States

ONE MORE Clothing Swap and Refillery Event - the Bruin community will have a chance to swap out clothing they no longer wear for other pieces of clothing available! This Friday, May 26th, come to the Sunset Village Plaza Stage from 12PM-4PM to participate in a clothing swap! Don’t forget to bring your own bottles […]

Bruinwalk Basic Necessity Bundles

Bruin Walk 308 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Need a couple more hygiene products to last you til the end of the quarter? Looking for new pieces for your wardrobe? Stop by our Bruinwalk Basic Necessities Bundles event on Tuesday, May 30th! We’ll be on Bruinwalk from 12-3PM with our hygiene refill station and some clothes from our center. All completely FREE! Please […]

LIVESTREAM EVENT: Advancing the Bold Decadal Vision for Fusion


In March 2022, the White House held a Fusion Summit that laid out a Bold Decadal Vision for Commercial Fusion Energy. One of five priorities in the White House Net-Zero Game Changers Initiative, commercial fusion energy has the potential to deliver abundant, clean, reliable electricity and many other benefits. With strong support from Congress and […]

UCLA on-campus Farmers Market

Bruin Plaza 308 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Every few weeks, the Farmers' Market at UCLA descends on Bruin Plaza with a smorgasbord of fresh produce to provide healthy, sustainable nourishment.

Geoengineering and Human Rights: The False Promise of Techno-Salvation

IoES Conference Room La Kretz Hall - Suite 300, 619 Charles E. Young Drive East, Los Angeles, AR, United States

Geoengineering promises to mitigate the climate crisis. From a human-rights based perspective, however, it currently causes more harm than good. Patrycja Sasnal will provide a glimpse into the contents and drafting process of the first United Nations report on geoengineering and human rights before its publication in the fall of 2023. Dr. Patrycja Sasnal is […]

IUSSC Sustainability Research Summit 2023

Kaplan Hall 169 415 Portola Plaza, Los Angeles, CA, United States

The International Urban Sustainability Student Corps (IUSSC) is an interdisciplinary think tank at UCLA that participates in student-led sustainability research projects. We are hosting our first annual summit here on UCLA's campus open to anyone who would like to learn more about pressing sustainability issues and engage in greater discussions with peers. It will feature […]

ICARP Extreme Heat and Community Resilience Program – Listening Session: General Audience


The Extreme Heat and Community Resilience Program funds and supports local, regional, and tribal efforts to reduce the impacts of extreme heat. The Program coordinates the state’s efforts to address extreme heat and the urban heat island effect. The Integrated Climate Adaptation and Resiliency Program (ICARP) team is hosting a series of listening sessions for […]

How Science Can Help Protect Birds and Their Habitat


The Conservation Science (ConSci) committee of Santa Barbara Audubon Society (SBAS) meets formally once a month to discuss local issues, including recent species observations, situations affecting habitat, environmental policy, upcoming opportunities to comment during the public process, and more. An important tool developed recently by ConSci members is the Breeding Bird Study (BBS). The BBS […]

Sustainable Aviation 101: Decarbonizing the Aviation Industry


The aviation industry represents one of the hardest to decarbonize sectors of the economy. But with new technologies and breakthroughs in sustainable fuels, emissions reductions, and CO2 utilization, real progress is underway. This event will provide a high-level overview of new aviation decarbonization technologies and their potential, funding opportunities available, and how to best deploy […]

Solutions in Our Soil – Building Sustainable Supply Chains


Sustainable Conservation’s Solutions in Our Soil series has focused on what soil health means and why it’s so important for increasing drought resilience, improving water quality, boosting biodiversity, and nourishing healthy farmlands and communities. But, what does this look like in practice and how can we ensure soil health is prioritized throughout the food system? […]

Semel HCI Celebration 2023: Cultivating Community

Tipuana Teaching Kitchen 900 Weyburn Place, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Please join for a magical evening to celebrate the 11th year of Semel HCI, featuring live music and dance performances from talented UCLA student groups, the jane b semel HCI Appreciation Award ceremony, a display of student research projects, and of course, fantastic food catered by UCLA Dining and a live teaching kitchen demonstration! Special […]

Opportunities for Enhanced Near-term U.S.-China Climate Action: Industrial Decarbonization


Registration is free, but required. Register here. Industrial emissions are responsible for approximately 60% of China’s greenhouse gas emissions, and 30% of U.S. emissions. Taking action to reduce emissions from industrial sectors like iron & steel, cement, and the chemical industry will be critical to helping the U.S. and China meet their mid-century carbon neutrality […]

Heather McGhee Book Talk

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

Join in welcoming Heather McGhee to our beautiful campus for a thought-provoking evening, including a discussion of her book, The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together. This New York Times Bestseller, longlisted for the National Book Award has been called “One of today’s most insightful and influential thinkers […]

UCLA AUD Spring 2023 Events: Dana Cuff presents “Architectures of Spatial Justice”

Perloff Hall Courtyard 1317 Portola Plaza, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Join us to celebrate AUD Professor Dana Cuff and her latest book, Architectures of Spatial Justice -- a field-defining work that demonstrates how architects are breaking with professional conventions to advance spatial justice and design more equitable buildings and cities. As state violence, the pandemic, and environmental collapse have exposed systemic inequities, architects and urbanists […]

The Fire Circle: Volunteer Day in the Survivor’s Healing Garden at the Reverence Project

The Reverence Project 1673 East 108th Street, Los Angeles, CA, United States

After our spring weeding, seeding and rain, the Survivor’s Healing Garden at the Reverence Project is in full superbloom! We hope you’ll join us among the poppies (and California lilac, and globemallow, and verbena…). Our next four volunteer days will focus on building seating for our fire circle. This sacred space will host healing and […]

The Future of Climate Tech: Advancements, Challenges, and Opportunities (LA #TechWeek)

UCLA Anderson School of Management 110 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, United States

This event is a part of #TechWeek - a week of events hosted by VCs and startups to bring together the tech ecosystem. ​Zubin Davar (’09 ’15), VP, Confirm & Advisory Council, LACI (Moderator) ​Shomik Dutta, Overture VC and Venture Climate Alliance ​Frank Bryan (’16), Halftone Investment Partners ​Zora Chung, Rejoule ​Prof David Jassby, Associate […]

Startup UCLA 2023 Innovation Fellows Demo Day


Join us as we celebrate UCLA's Innovation Fellows pitching their projects to entrepreneurs, investors, and, the UCLA community! Six faculty were selected to participate in UCLA's Faculty Innovation Fellows fourth cohort, a program designed to support and amplify faculty entrepreneurship at UCLA. Ferrobotic Group, Sam Emaminejad, Associate Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering Storyfairy, Xiang […]

Clean Vehicles: Greening the Transportation Sector


Clean vehicle standards represent an opportunity for the acceleration of clean energy transition and decarbonization. With new heavy and light duty standards officially announced, many of you may be asking, “what’s next?”. This briefing will provide the public and industry stakeholders with an overview of proposed rules, how the changes could impact the clean energy […]

30×30 Webinar: Increasing Voluntary Conservation Easements


Partners across the state are working to advance progress toward the 30x30 goal by implementing strategies and actions along the ten pathways identified in the Pathways to 30x30 report. Join a webinar highlighting successes, challenges, and lessons learned on Pathway 3: Increase Voluntary Conservation Easements. Learn how partners are: (1) Working together to amplify and […]