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California

Gregg Macey (left), director of the Center for Land, Environment and Natural Resources at UCI Law, and Alejandro Camacho, a Chancellor’s Professor of law and faculty director of CLEANR.

Bridging state, local climate action

UCI Law launches groundbreaking program to integrate city land-use plans with California objectives

UC Irvine scientists reveal what fuels wildfires in Sierra Nevada Mountains

The work could help improve California’s wildfire management efforts

California transportation chief visits UCI

Official praises Institute of Transportation Studies research

Pramod Khargonekar (left), UCI vice chancellor for research and UCI’s Chief Innovation Officer Errol Arkilic (right).

UCI launches climate action innovation hub with $1 million state grant

Program will leverage regional strengths to help California reach its climate goals

Photograph of a wildfire in the mountains above Orange County, California.

Human-caused climate change to blame for increase in California’s wildfires

Study by UC Irvine, other universities points to growth in burn area through 2050

Cassandra Coblentz, guest curator of Langson IMCA’s upcoming exhibition “Indefinitely Wild: Preserving California’s Natural Resources,” admires Detlef Sammann’s 1915 “Del Monte Forest.”

‘Indefinitely Wild’

Art exhibition contrasts pristine California landscapes with reality of development

UCI Water director David Feldman standing behind a pool of water.

Water warriors

UCI experts work to inform public policy and educate about California’s water future

Medical students work in the pediatric simulator lab.

UCI to launch pre-health program with support from state of California

Multipronged training model will prepare more underrepresented undergraduates for careers in medicine

Wendy Van Wyck Good standing in front of paintings.

Reviving treasures by once-renowned siblings

Unusual backstory leads to new exhibition at UCI’s Langson IMCA

Meeting on UCI campus addressed coastal problems and solutions

Elected officials, community leaders, deans and faculty experts were in attendance