News and updates from UEP
A recorded webinar with expert panelists discussing "What's at Stake in November: Politics in the time of crisis" moderated by UEP Assistant Professor J. Mijin Cha.
Urban planner James Rojas re-imagines cities and he uses random objects to do that. Old Legos and rubber ducks, hair curlers and wine corks. Today, he’s visiting an Urban Planning & Environmental Policy class at Occidental College. Click here to watch the clipping.
Students in UEP 300: Environmental Law and Policy drafted a regulation to start phasing out use of single-use plastics on campus. In addition to the regulation, and parallel to actual regulatory processes, students also compiled an impact statement to detail the ban's economic, environmental, and health impacts.
UEP 230 Climate Justice: Theory and Practice students toured oil fields and toxic sites in the Central Valley with assistant professor Mijin Cha.