- EPA Selects UCLA to Help Find New Uses for Toxics Data
UCLA will be one of six national academic partners for the 2014 Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) University Challenge, a project designed to find innovative ways to increase public awareness of industrial releases of toxic chemicals in communities.
- UC Berkeley Awarded $1.5 million to Study Cookstove Pollution
EPA awarded the University of California, Berkeley, a $1.5 million grant for work to assess the impact of pollution from household and village-scale stoves on air quality in developing countries. The grant is part of $9 million awarded nationally to six universities to research cleaner technologies and fuels for cooking, lighting, and heating homes.