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Coastal Resilience Virtual Conference

Participants will build understanding on how regions, states, and tribes are bringing together diverse stakeholders to accelerate solutions that create and leverage results for the coast, helping communities, ecosystems, and economies be more resilient to climate change. Link here Zoom Link: https://uci.zoom.us/j/92646082492#success

Coastal Resilience Virtual Conference2022-01-14T15:23:54-08:00

DEPARTMENT SEMINAR: GALEN MCKINLEY

Attend Professor Galen Mckinley's discussion about: Models, data and theory to understand the ocean carbon sink. Visit this link for more information: https://www.ess.uci.edu/events

DEPARTMENT SEMINAR: GALEN MCKINLEY2021-10-18T16:25:04-07:00

Beach Clean Up

Help us save the sea turtles and fight plastic pollution this Saturday, July 10 at 12pm for our Beach Clean Up at Long Beach! We'll have snacks and fun while protecting the environment :) Meet at the flagpoles at 11:30am if you need a ride!

Beach Clean Up2021-07-07T12:01:34-07:00

Newport Valley Riparian Restoration Day

Join OCSCB on Sunday, February 3rd to plant willow cuttings, weed riparian habitat of invasive species and water natives. We will be helping Project Grow restore riparian habitat in the Newport Back Bay. FREE LUNCH will be provided to all volunteers who RSVP (at "tickets" link), we will also provide water to all volunteers but [...]

Newport Valley Riparian Restoration Day2019-01-17T13:17:25-08:00

Conservation Café: Bats in an Urban Setting

Conservation Café is designed to encourage informal science-based discussions of conservation issues of importance to Orange County, CA. Join us for coffee and pastries to discuss the issues that are important to you! Jill Carpenter has been working with bats for over 13 years, including 12 years of experience at LSA leading a variety of [...]

Conservation Café: Bats in an Urban Setting2018-05-01T15:37:05-07:00

Southern California Sustainability Action on April 10 in Glendale!

Participate! Please blog, video, and post the event on social media! Southern California Environmental Protest in Glendale! Glendale City Hall 613 E. Broadway Glendale, CA 91206 When: Tuesday, April 10, 5:30 PM JOIN US Protest against climate change! at Glendale City Hall for a rally to stop the Grayson Expansion! Immediately after the rally we’re [...]

Southern California Sustainability Action on April 10 in Glendale!2018-04-03T14:28:45-07:00

Environmental Research Poster Symposium

The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and the Climate Action Training Program present an Environmental Research Poster Symposium. Learn from undergraduate and graduate students about current research at UCI in ecology, evolution, and earth system science. A light luncheon will be provided.

Environmental Research Poster Symposium2017-12-02T20:37:32-08:00

Conservation Café: Restoration in Orange County

Conservation Café is designed to encourage informal science-based discussions of conservation issues of importance to Orange County, CA. Join us for coffee and pastries to discuss the issues that are important to you! Jennifer Shook earned a BS in Zoology from Cal Poly Pomona and worked as a consulting wildlife biologist and environmental analyst for [...]

Conservation Café: Restoration in Orange County2017-10-03T13:29:54-07:00

Conservation Café: Microbial Ecology and Climate Change

Conservation Café is designed to encourage informal science-based discussions of conservation issues of importance to Orange County, CA. Join us for coffee and pastries to discuss the issues that are important to you! Dr. Steve Allison is an Associate Professor of Ecology at UC Irvine. Through UC's Carbon Neutrality Initiative, he established the Climate Action [...]

Conservation Café: Microbial Ecology and Climate Change2017-10-03T13:28:31-07:00

An Ecological View of Equity: Reframing Our Understanding of Youth Access to Connected Learning Opportunities Through Building the Chicago City of Learning Infrastructure

Donald Bren Hall: Room 6011 Nichole Pinkard, using her 12 years of experience creating blended learning ecosystems through the Digital Youth Network, will present a framework for creating city-wide blended learning ecosystems that bridge formal and informal learning spaces to provide equitable access to learning opportunities for underrepresented youth.

An Ecological View of Equity: Reframing Our Understanding of Youth Access to Connected Learning Opportunities Through Building the Chicago City of Learning Infrastructure2016-01-11T02:34:23-08:00
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