"Lec 6- Sustainable Living, Environment 185A, UCLA"Course Description Environment 185A: Sustainable Living is a sub-division of the Education for Sustainable Living Program (ESLP). ESLP is a student designed, student developed, and student facilitated program offered through the Institute of the Environment. The Speaker Series brings guest speakers from UCLA and across the country to speak on specialized subjects including food systems, green business, organic gardens, sustainable living, the green economy, environmental justice and transportation. Speakers range from authors, professors, community activists, environmentalists, for and non-profit business representatives, and government officials. Lecture Series Student Directors: Spencer Hill, 3rd Year, Applied Mathematics/Atmospheric, Oceanic and Environmental Science Double Major Isis Krause, 4th Year, Geography/Environmental Studies Hayley Moller, 3rd Year, Environmental Science Major Guest Speaker: Mia Lehrer is the founding principal of the Los Angeles firm, Mia Lehrer Associates. Born in San Salvador, El Salvador, Ms. Lehrer received her Masters of Landscape Architecture from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. Ms. Lehrer leads the office in the design and development of a diverse range of ambitious public and private projects that include urban revitalization developments, large urban parks, and complex commercial projects. She is internationally recognized for her progressive landscape designs, working with natural landmarks such as parks, lakes, and rivers, and her advocacy for sustainable and people‐friendly public space. Note: Some clips and images may have been blurred or removed to avoid copyright infringement. * See all the UCLA Psychology 116: Neuroscience Lab lectures in this series: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=4625A5EA38596A85 * See more courses from UCLA: http://www.youtube.com/uclacourses * See more from UCLA's main channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/ucla
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