Meet and Greet with UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation

Virtual Event

UCLA students will learn about student funding opportunities and research that shapes equitable, effective, and innovative environmental policy and other sustainability solutions for the health of people and the planet.

The National Security Imperative for Climate Action

Virtual Event

As global temperatures continue to rise, how can the United States better support climate adaptation through its foreign policies? Join us for this conversation with leading government and academic leaders on October 28th to explore the role of legislation, the military, and environmental equity frameworks to advance the country’s national security goals.

Preparing for Even Wilder Wildfires

Wildfires ravaged an unprecedented amount of California in the past 12 months. This session will explore the impacts of wildfires on health, low-income housing, and small water systems, as well as highlight innovative tactics to increase resiliency, especially for populations that are most vulnerable to wildfire.

A Landmark Opportunity for Park Equity

The pandemic has proved the importance of public parks for our physical and mental well-being, as well as the environmental health of our communities. During this watershed moment, new funding and initiatives offer an opportunity to improve access to public spaces for all. This discussion will illuminate new pathways to increase park equity in Los Angeles and beyond.

Urban Water Conservation in a Drought

Virtual Event

This event is open to faculty, students, staff and alumni across UCLA, as well as the broader social impact community! Hosted by the UCLA Water Resources Group

Luskin Summit 2022: Launch Event

Virtual Event

Hosted by the Luskin School of Public Affairs, this virtual event explores key policy issues, from designing cooler cities to how the pandemic has worsened inequality, in the context of the approaching LA mayoral race.

Luskin Lecture: Mary Nichols’ Bold Roadmap to Cleaner Transportation

In-Person and Virtual Options 308 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Co-hosted by the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs and the Luskin Center for Innovation.

Learn from environmentalist Mary Nichols’ deep experience during this conversation about how government leaders should take bold, equity-focused action to cut emissions in the transportation sector.