Energy Implications of Greater Reliance on Direct Potable Reuse Water Recycling

Evidence From Los Angeles County

Authors: Nicholas Chow, JR DeShazo, Omar Moghaddam
South Bay Aqueduct Santa Clara Terminal Reservoir

Metropolitan Water District and Its Local Resources Program

Implications for Regional Water Supply and Infrastructure Equity

Authors: Ethan Choi, Steven Hong, Katerina Jowid, Malia Michelsen, Sally Min, Shirleya Williams, and Julia Wu (Environmental science students, advised by Professor Gregory Pierce, co-director of the Luskin Center for Innovation)
A water tower labeled with the word "Everton"Midwest Assistance Program, Inc. (MAP) & RCAP

Considerations for a National Drinking Water Quality Compliance Assessment

Gregory Pierce, Laura Landes, Grace Harrison, Lena Schlichting, and Lauren Dunlap

2022 Impact Report

Actionable Research for a Sustainable Future

A worker monitoring water filtration

Designing Water System Consolidation Projects

Considerations for California Communities

Authors: Kristin Dobbin, Justin McBride and Gregory Pierce
Rainwater flowing into a storm drain in Los Angeles

Equity in Stormwater Investments

Measuring Community Engagement and Disadvantaged Community Benefits for Equitable Impact in the Safe Clean Water Program

Authors: Gregory Pierce, Jon Christensen, Mike Antos, Peter Roquemore, Hayat Rasul and Estefany Garcia

Wildfire and Water Supply in California

Advancing a Research and Policy Agenda

Authors: Gregory Pierce, Peter Roquemore and Faith Kearns

Making Justice40 a Reality for Frontline Communities

Lessons from State Approaches to Climate and Clean Energy Investments

Authors: Colleen Callahan, Daniel Coffee, J.R. DeShazo and Silvia R. González

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

Symposium Convenes Climate Adaptation Experts Amid Intensifying Heat, Fires and Floods

With 24 virtual sessions, the symposium featured the research and expertise of 98 speakers across the social sciences, including economics, geography, public health, urban planning and public policy.