UCLA law students join UN climate talks in Peru

December 10, 2014

Three UCLA law students tackled a school project with global impact last week by working as official delegates to the United Nations climate-change conference taking place in Lima, Peru under the supervision of Cara Horowitz, director of UCLA Law School’s Emmett Institute and Sustainable LA researcher. The UCLA group is submitting two reports demonstrating the success of cool-rooftop policies in Los Angeles and green building codes in California, research which parallels that of the Sustainable LA Grand Challenge.

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