Latest issue of Blueprint focuses on energy conservation

May 20, 2016
UCLA Blueprint editor-in-chief Jim Newton speaks to Mary Nichols, California Air Resources Board chairwoman.
UCLA Blueprint editor-in-chief Jim Newton speaks to Mary Nichols, California Air Resources Board chairwoman.
Todd Cheney / UCLA

Blueprint, UCLA’s policy magazine, is dedicating its next two issues to a climate change series highlighting policy challenges surrounding energy conservation, clean-power generation, and water conservation.  Chancellor Gene Block made a statement about the magazine’s upcoming issues, celebrating the link between Blueprint’s coverage of these issues and Sustainable LA’s ongoing efforts to make Los Angeles fully sustainable in energy production and water use by 2050.

Source: Latest issue of Blueprint focuses on energy conservation UCLA Newsroom, 20 May 2016

Additional coverage about Blueprint’s climate change series:

Jerry Brown interview: The long struggle for the environment UCLA Newsroom, 25 May 2016