A focus group member's illustrations of water include a glass of water, a flower in a vase, and a person showering.

San Joaquin Valley tap water trust

Human Right to Water Solutions Lab researchers and collaborators spoke with residents in the San Joaquin Valley about their trust in tap water.

Supporting Community-Driven Consolidation Solutions Research with Partners

Human Right to Water Solutions Lab members are contributing to research that supports community-driven consolidations in California.

Who Is Making Decisions About Your Tap Water?

To address the pervasive lack of transparency in water governance, we launched the Los Angeles County Water Governance Mapping Tool.

New Solutions-Focused Lab Aims to Further Advance Access to Affordable, Safe Water

UCLA’s Human Right to Water Solutions Lab expands research across the country to support policy, advocacy and civic leadership.

How Can California Protect Its Water Supply From Wildfire?

Stakeholders from across disciplines and institutions offer recommendations to ensure safe, reliable water supply amid a growing wildfire threat.

UCLA to Inform Adaptive Management of Stormwater Capture Program in L.A. County

Luskin Center for Innovation researchers join interdisciplinary monitoring team to enhance the region’s water supply and build community resilience

Benefits of Infrastructure Funding Measures Stymied by Barriers in L.A. County

As billions of dollars become available, UCLA-Liberty Hill Foundation report recommends actions for community-informed, integrated infrastructure to improve quality of life for Angelenos

Unpaid Utility Bills Are Disproportionately Piling Up in L.A.’s Communities of Color

Between 25% and 30% of Angelenos have unpaid energy and water bills, with debts unevenly impacting Black, Latino, and low-income neighborhoods.