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Map of LA County Small Water Systems Risk

Los Angeles County Small Water System Risk Assessment

Authors: Gregory Pierce, Peter Roquemore and Kelly Trumbull

July 2021


Urban Drinking Water Governing Bodies

Representation and Accountability of Systems to Los Angeles County’s Residents

Author: Elise Troxell

June 2021


A 10x10 Initiative proposal for an active transportation rail-to-river corridor running from the Crenshaw District to Maywood in Supervisorial District 2.

Mobilizing the Transformative Power of WHAM

Overcoming Obstacles to Integrated Infrastructure Investments in Los Angeles County

Authors: Jon Christensen and Michele Prichard

May 2021


Keeping the Lights and Water On

COVID-19 and Utility Debt in Los Angeles’ Communities of Color

Authors: Silvia R. González, Paul M. Ong, Gregory Pierce, and Ariana Hernandez

May 2021


Drinking Water Needs Assessment

Informing the 2021-22 Safe & Affordable Drinking Water Fund Expenditure Plan

This report was published by the California State Water Resources Control Board and supported by Luskin Center for Innovation research. For more information, visit the Water Board’s Needs Assessment webpage.

April 2021


COVID-19 Impact on Household Water System Debt at Zip Code Level

Analysis of State Water Board Survey Data by UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation

Authors: Gregory Pierce, Peter Roquemore, Jacqueline Adams, Angelica Ruiz and Silvia R. González

March 2021


The Human Right to Water in Poor Communities of Color

Urban Disadvantaged Community Water Systems In Southern Los Angeles County

Authors: Madelyn Glickfeld, Peter Roquemore, Gregory Pierce, and Michael Reibel

February 2021


Decennial Report

Our First Decade and Future Impact

Environmental Policy Research for Healthy Communities and a Sustainable World

October 2020


Reducing Lead in Drinking Water in California’s Childcare Facilities

Implications for AB 2370 Program Development from Los Angeles County

Authors: Gregory Pierce, Silvia González and Eliza Amstutz

July 2020


Thirst on Campus

How can tap water be more fully utilized as the healthy and sustainable alternative to sugar-sweetened beverages?

Author: Meagan Wang

July 2020