Archive Tag: Funding

UCLA will lead a state-funded $10 million California Conservation Genomics Project that will use cutting-edge science to help California’s plants and animals survive as the climate changes. The Sustainable LA Grand Challenge is a key partner in the project and helped to catalyze this statewide collaborative effort. The project will engage researchers and experts from all 10 University of California campuses and officials from state and federal regulatory agencies, among others. UCLA will host an all-day convening in early September with these experts to prioritize research and investment strategies.

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Power lines in the Mojave Desert.
Nurit Katz/UCLA

UCLA and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) entered a partnership to fund research that will move the city to clean local water and clean energy over the next five years. This agreement fosters collaborative research across universities in the LA region designed to achieve LA’s local water and energy goals as well as the aims of the Sustainable LA Grand Read more

CCSC research will assess opportunities for installing solar panels in low income communities.
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The Strategic Growth Council – a cabinet level committee focused on promoting sustainability and economic prosperity within California communities – awarded the California Center for Sustainable Communities (CCSC) (within the Institute of Environment and Sustainability at UCLA) $638,000 in Climate Change Research Program funds.  The funds will be used to Read more

The California Energy Commission awarded the California Center for Sustainable Communities (CCSC) (within the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at UCLA) $1 million in funding for a three-year research study on the impact of various sustainability strategies on indoor and ambient air quality within disadvantage communities. Researchers from the Read more