ACWA General Meeting

Ackerman Union 2410 308 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA

ACWA at UCLA is a new club on campus that facilitates learning about issues surrounding clean water both in the United States and beyond. The club does this through both advocacy and research initiatives. On the advocacy front, ACWA organizes interesting and thought-provoking events for the UCLA community on issues related to clean water and […]

Nonprofit Networking Night

UCLA Covel Commons, Grand Horizon Room 330 De Neve Dr, Los Angeles, CA

Hosted by the UCLA Volunteer Center, Community Service Commission, Residential Life, and Student Affairs, Nonprofit Networking Night is an opportunity for nonprofit organizations to speak to qualified UCLA students regarding full-time, part-time, career and/or internship opportunities. REGISTER HERE This networking event is designed to connect UCLA students and young alumni with non-profit career professionals who […]

Accelerating New California Water Storage Projects


Record-breaking storms dropped enough water on California to cover the entire state in about eight inches of water. But very little of it was captured or stored, a missed opportunity as more prolonged droughts intensify with climate change. In this webinar, you will hear from leading water experts on the status of new water storage […]

Dornsife Dialogues: Eating Right for a Better and Longer Life


For many, the start of a new year signals a renewed interest in healthier eating, but what does that mean? The research regarding what — and when — we should eat has evolved quite a bit. Bring your questions for our experts during this live discussion and learn how people of all ages can improve […]

LA Green Jobs – Virtual Career Fair


Hello, green job seekers! It's the top of the New Year and we would like for you to join us for our LA Green Jobs - Virtual Career Fair brought to you by USGBC-LA! If you're looking for an opportunity to speak directly with hiring managers in the sustainability industry for the built environment, this […]

Briefing on the Sea Grant DDT+ Research Needs Assessment


You’re invited to an Ocean Science Trust briefing in partnership with California Sea Grant and USC Sea Grant to discuss the recently released report, A Deep Ocean DDT+ Research Needs Assessment for the Southern California Bight. Jointly facilitated by both Sea Grant Programs, this community-driven assessment provides a research agenda for future investments and immediate […]

Mass Audubon’s Environmental Fellows Program Information Session


Join this information session to learn more about Mass Audubon's Environmental Fellows Program and application process. Current Fellows and the Early Career Program Manager will be available to share experiences and answer questions about the program. REGISTER HERE

Deloitte Digital Sustainability Panel Discussion

USC Popovich Hall - JKP Suite 300, Dean's Boardroom, 3rd Floor, 611 W. Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, CA

Join Deloitte Digital and hear from industry experts from Delta, Hewlett Packard, Logitech, USC, UCLA, and Deloitte on the latest trends and innovations that are shaping the future of sustainable business. This is a two hour event broken into three 30 min “panels” touching on Sustainability and the Role of Higher Ed, Role of the […]

Opportunities for Enhanced Near-term U.S.-China Climate Action: Decarbonizing the Buildings Sector


Buildings contribute to 40% of the globe’s greenhouse gas emissions, consuming three-quarters of electricity in the United States alone. Meanwhile, China has the largest building stock in the world, amounting to nearly half of the globe’s new building area. Buildings also contribute significantly to industrial emissions from the production of construction materials like concrete and […]

Free Graduate Student Farmers Market

Weyburn Terrace Grill Area 3G7X+4H, Los Angeles

Graduate students are invited to join the farmers market for free seasonal fruits, veggies and herbs! First come, first serve, while supplies last.

Drones, remote sensing, and kelp forests in the California Bight

Experimental Digital Arts, UCLA Broad Art Center 240 Charles E. Young Dr. N, Los Angeles, CA

Drones, remote sensing, and kelp forests in the California Bight with Kate Cavanaugh (UCLA Geography) Admission is free, and refreshments/snacks will be served. Eyes in the Sky, Birds in the Heart and Mind is Counterforce Lab’s new lecture series. As a point of departure, they will focus on the Biophilia Treehouse, Counterforce’s flagship project, a […]

Loreta Castro Reguera and José Ambrosi, “RETROACTIVE”

José Pablo Ambrosi was born in Mexico City in 1979. He studied Architecture at the National Autonomous University of Mexico and at the ETSAB in Barcelona. He holds an MBA from IPADE in Mexico. He was project architect from 2004 to 2008 at Fabric, a Mexican architecture firm, until he started his own real estate […]

UCLA Activist-in-Residence Welcome Reception

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

With a shared commitment to “turn the university inside out” and invite artists, community organizers, and movement leaders to undertake power-shifting scholarship and pedagogy focused on social change, the UCLA Luskin Institute on Inequality and Democracy, the UCLA Asian American Studies Center, and cityLAB-UCLA are pleased to announce Steve Diaz, Melissa Acedera, Josiah Edwards, and […]

The Common Experience: Upcycle Fair

Sunset Village 330 De Neve Drive, Los Angeles, CA

The Common Experience invites you to attend our inaugural Upcycle Fair! Join us as we gather well-loved, secondhand clothing pieces and breathe new life into them. You will have an opportunity to donate old attire, then peruse our second-hand closet for some FREE fresh pickups. Our multiple upcycling stations will be available to give your […]

The Making of Environmental Law Continues: Emmett Institute Book Talk with Richard Lazarus

UCLA Law School, Room 1457 385 Charles E Young Dr E, Los Angeles, CA

The first edition of The Making of Environmental Law was a foundational book that surveyed the first 30 years of modern environmental law. Since then, the landscape of environmental protections in the face of global warming has continued to change in dramatic ways. At this UCLA Emmett Institute book talk, Richard Lazarus will discuss the […]

2023 California Water Career Fair


Join this virtual career fair using the online platform Brazen. After signing in, you'll be able to explore the available information and opportunities, and participate in 1-on-1 text- or video-based chats with representatives from environmental and water organizations. Share your background and experience, and get all your questions answered. REGISTER HERE This online platform offers […]

UCLA February First Thursdays: Westwood Village Farmers’ Market and Evening Block Party

Westwood Village Broxton Ave 1031 Broxton Avenue , CA 90024, Los Angeles, CA

UCLA First Thursdays has two parts: daytime activations at the Westwood Village Farmers’ Market and evening block parties with different thematic experiences. We invite you to discover something new in Westwood! REGISTER HERE Westwood Village Farmers' Market 12:00 – 4:00 p.m. Mentorship Cafe | February 2, 2023 Your journey with UCLA Alumni doesn’t have to […]

Richard Dicker on Vanuatu’s Fight for a Climate Change Advisory Opinion from the International Court of Justice

UCLA Law School, Room 2357 385 Charles E Young Dr E, Los Angeles, CA

The Pacific island state of Vanuatu risks disappearance as sea levels rise. Hear from international law advocate Richard Dicker as he recounts Vanuatu's effort to obtain an advisory opinion from the ICJ on climate change. Richard Dicker Lecturer, UCLA School of Law, Founding Director of the International Justice Program at Human Rights Watch Introduction by […]

Cultural Reparation: The Last-Mile Solution to Our Climate Crisis

Kerckhoff Grand Salon

A real climate breakthrough requires nothing short of a radical imagination and a profound cultural shift. In this University of California Regents’ Lecture, nationally recognized sustainable development practitioner Denise Fairchild will introduce her new Climate Breakthrough project, funded by a $3 million award aimed at advancing transformative solutions to the climate crisis. Fairchild calls for […]

ClimateCap x MBA Job Fair


ClimateCAP has partnered with to organize a virtual job fair, exclusively for MBA students who are interested in climate tech & clean energy careers. There is no cost to participate and any currently enrolled MBA student is welcome to attend. REGISTER HERE Note: This job fair is open to registrations from MBA candidates only. […]