UCLAxOpen: Building Resilient Communities in a Changing Climate

As the effects of climate change intensify, major disasters are becoming more frequent, more intense, and more expensive. This seminar will provide a national perspective on how major disasters are changing, and how these shifts impact the Los Angeles region. We will explore the tested strategies that promote community and organizational adaptation to these changes…

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UCLA ranked No. 1 public university by U.S. News & World Report for sixth straight year That commitment to student success has attracted the attention not only of prospective students and their families — UCLA has been the nation’s most applied-to school for several years running — but also of U.S. News & World Report,…

Can the Olympics Be Green?

Driven by a radical reuse strategy, the plans for LA28 leverage the city’s existing facilities, taking the focus off of building and allowing for a human- and community-centered approach to the event’s planning and delivery. A Q&A featuring Brence Culp, chief impact officer at LA28, and Nurit Katz, chief sustainability officer for UCLA. – Metropolis,…