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Renovated Luskin Center's Open House
Renovated Luskin Center Open House...
Clean Tech Incubator
Executive Committee Member Mike Swords, Executive Director, Strategic Research & Global Partnerships...
Future of Water in Southern California Reception
GAINING PUBLIC ACCEPTANCE OF NEW WATER PANELISTS...
RIGHT-SIZING PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS FOR THE REGION PANEL
Future of Water in Southern California Summit...
Direct Potable Reuse: In Search of Safe & Sustainable Supply Panel
Luskin Center To Host Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund Conference
March 20, 2014
Turning a Home's Waste Water into a Resource
December 05, 2013
EDF and Luskin Center Unveil In-Depth Study Showing Clean Energy Investment and Jobs Potential in LA Region
November 12, 2013
Conference Brings Together Interdisciplinary Views on Nanotechnology to Promote Sustainable Applications
November 08, 2013
CicLAvia Associated with Increased Sales to Local Businesses
October 01, 2013
California State Legislative Briefing: Plug-in Electric Vehicles
Transportation Electrification Curriculum Development
Brett Williams, PhD; JR DeShazo, PhD; Alan Kerbel Shein; and Tongxin Xu
Transportation Electrification (TE) Curriculum Development Roadmap Workshop
Pricing Workplace Charging: Financial Viability and Fueling Costs
Brett Williams and J.R. DeShazo
Plug-in Electric Vehicles: the First Three Years
Why aren’t there more cross-disciplinary research collaborations?
Matt Kahn poses question while welcoming collaboration during IOES/Luskin Seminar
2013 plug-in electric vehicle sales thru August exceed total 2012 sales (PEV sales analysis updated thru Aug 2013)
by Brett Williams An update is now available on the UCLA Luskin Center EV Initiative's...
Plug-in-electric-vehicle (PEV) sales analysis updated through July 2013
by Brett WilliamsAn update is now available on the UCLA Luskin Center EV Initiative's...
Developing strategies to spur renewable energy and energy efficiency in California.
Advancing policy, economic, and technological solutions that support sustainable water systems and water use behavior in California.
Supporting the transition to electric-drive, alternative-fuel, and autonomous vehicles through innovative research and decision support.
Enhancing the role of information and communications technologies in the 21st century.
Paving the way for complete, living streets that create vibrant, productive and sustainable communities.
Strengthening state and local governments' capacity to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to climate change.
Nanotechnology Environmental Health and Safety
Progressing health and environmental safety assessment and protection in the field of engineered nanomaterials.
Business and the Environment
Supporting the dissemination of clean technologies and the greening of other sectors.