Edward Rendon Park, Austin. Photo by Cesar Garza / Flickr

Federal park funding reaches underserved communities — but more can be done

Research from UCLA and The Wilderness Society finds that with a few key improvements, federal park funds can bring outdoor recreation to more communities
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Welcome to our new water equity researcher, Grace Harrison

Learn more about our new team member and her research
Collaborators celebrate the unveiling of a new bus shelter in Oasis, California

New shade shelter prototype aims to keep transit riders cool

Community-driven research strives to prevent heat-related illnesses

Megan Mullin appointed an endowed chair and faculty director at UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs

Environmental politics scholar joins Luskin Center for Innovation leadership team as urgent climate change challenges face California and the country
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We’re jointly hiring a Water Equity and Adaptation Policy Researcher!

Apply for this Cooperative Extension position by Monday, November 14

Welcome to our new visiting scholars, Sara Hughes and C.J. Gabbe

Learn more about the scholars and their research
Los Angeles skyline in pink

Heat waves aren’t going anywhere. Here’s how we can prepare.

UCLA’s V. Kelly Turner takes a multi-pronged approach that emphasizes equitable solutions to this dangerous problem
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We’re hiring a Manager of Water Equity Research!

Apply by Tuesday, September 6
Rainwater flowing into a storm drain in Los Angeles

Informing equitable stormwater investments in L.A. County

Findings from new UCLA report emphasize the need for community-selected and benefiting projects