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New research briefs: Why isn’t there enough affordable housing in LA?

December 14th, 2017|Comments Off on New research briefs: Why isn’t there enough affordable housing in LA?

The research is clear: Los Angeles needs to build more housing. The city’s affordability crisis, [...]

Housing, Equity, and Community Series: Panel takes on LA’s crisis of homelessness

November 20th, 2017|Comments Off on Housing, Equity, and Community Series: Panel takes on LA’s crisis of homelessness

By Zev Hurwitz With nearly 60,000 Angelenos struggling with homelessness, local change agents have taken [...]

Bloomberg: California’s housing crisis harms state climate goals

November 16th, 2017|Comments Off on Bloomberg: California’s housing crisis harms state climate goals

How can California be a global environmental leader if its runaway housing crisis makes climate [...]

2017 Lake Arrowhead Symposium: Global Climate Change, Local Growing Pains

October 23rd, 2017|Comments Off on 2017 Lake Arrowhead Symposium: Global Climate Change, Local Growing Pains

The annual UCLA Lake Arrowhead Symposium brings together influential planners, policymakers, academics, and other stakeholders for three days of immersive discussion on the connections between land use, transportation, and the environment. This October's 27th edition of the gathering tackled the highly relevant topic of "Global Climate Change, Local Growing Pains," examining how land use policy interacts with and often impedes climate goals.

Sessions covered everything from housing displacement to freight logistics to infrastructure planning for greenhouse gas emissions. Speakers summarized some of the symposium's key themes and insights in the video below:


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New research briefs: Why isn’t there enough affordable housing in LA?

December 14th, 2017|Comments Off on New research briefs: Why isn’t there enough affordable housing in LA?

The research is clear: Los Angeles needs to build more housing. The city’s [...]

Housing, Equity, and Community Series: Panel takes on LA’s crisis of homelessness

November 20th, 2017|Comments Off on Housing, Equity, and Community Series: Panel takes on LA’s crisis of homelessness

By Zev Hurwitz With nearly 60,000 Angelenos struggling with homelessness, local change agents [...]

Bloomberg: California’s housing crisis harms state climate goals

November 16th, 2017|Comments Off on Bloomberg: California’s housing crisis harms state climate goals

How can California be a global environmental leader if its runaway housing crisis [...]

2017 Lake Arrowhead Symposium: Global Climate Change, Local Growing Pains

October 23rd, 2017|Comments Off on 2017 Lake Arrowhead Symposium: Global Climate Change, Local Growing Pains

The annual UCLA Lake Arrowhead Symposium brings together influential planners, policymakers, academics, and other stakeholders for three days of immersive discussion on the connections between land use, transportation, and the environment. This October's 27th edition of the gathering tackled the highly relevant topic of "Global Climate Change, Local Growing Pains," examining how land use policy interacts with and often impedes climate goals.

Sessions covered everything from housing displacement to freight logistics to infrastructure planning for greenhouse gas emissions. Speakers summarized some of the symposium's key themes and insights in the video below:


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New research briefs: Why isn’t there enough affordable housing in LA?

December 14th, 2017|Comments Off on New research briefs: Why isn’t there enough affordable housing in LA?

The research is clear: Los Angeles needs to build more housing. The city’s affordability crisis, which drives its growing homelessness, displacement, and resident cost burdens, is indisputably [...]

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Housing, Equity, and Community Series: Panel takes on LA’s crisis of homelessness

November 20th, 2017|Comments Off on Housing, Equity, and Community Series: Panel takes on LA’s crisis of homelessness

By Zev Hurwitz With nearly 60,000 Angelenos struggling with homelessness, local change agents have taken on the task of developing policies and services to address the crisis. [...]

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Bloomberg: California’s housing crisis harms state climate goals

November 16th, 2017|Comments Off on Bloomberg: California’s housing crisis harms state climate goals

How can California be a global environmental leader if its runaway housing crisis makes climate change worse? This question was at the heart of the 2017 edition [...]

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2017 Lake Arrowhead Symposium: Global Climate Change, Local Growing Pains

October 23rd, 2017|Comments Off on 2017 Lake Arrowhead Symposium: Global Climate Change, Local Growing Pains

The annual UCLA Lake Arrowhead Symposium brings together influential planners, policymakers, academics, and other stakeholders for three days of immersive discussion on the connections between land use, transportation, and the environment. This October's 27th edition of the gathering tackled the highly relevant topic of "Global Climate Change, Local Growing Pains," examining how land use policy interacts with and often impedes climate goals.

Sessions covered everything from housing displacement to freight logistics to infrastructure planning for greenhouse gas emissions. Speakers summarized some of the symposium's key themes and insights in the video below:


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New research briefs: Why isn’t there enough affordable housing in LA?

December 14th, 2017|Comments Off on New research briefs: Why isn’t there enough affordable housing in LA?

The research is clear: Los Angeles needs to build more housing. The city’s affordability crisis, which drives its growing homelessness, displacement, and resident cost burdens, is indisputably the result of a severe housing shortage. The [...]

Housing, Equity, and Community Series: Panel takes on LA’s crisis of homelessness

November 20th, 2017|Comments Off on Housing, Equity, and Community Series: Panel takes on LA’s crisis of homelessness

By Zev Hurwitz With nearly 60,000 Angelenos struggling with homelessness, local change agents have taken on the task of developing policies and services to address the crisis. At a Nov. 15, 2017, panel discussion at [...]

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New research briefs: Why isn’t there enough affordable housing in LA?

December 14th, 2017|Comments Off on New research briefs: Why isn’t there enough affordable housing in LA?

The research is clear: Los Angeles needs to build more housing. The city’s affordability crisis, which drives its growing homelessness, displacement, and resident cost burdens, is indisputably the result of a severe housing shortage. The pace of housing development has not remotely kept pace with the increase in new residents over the past three decades. Why isn’t there enough affordable housing [...]

Housing, Equity, and Community Series: Panel takes on LA’s crisis of homelessness

November 20th, 2017|Comments Off on Housing, Equity, and Community Series: Panel takes on LA’s crisis of homelessness

By Zev Hurwitz With nearly 60,000 Angelenos struggling with homelessness, local change agents have taken on the task of developing policies and services to address the crisis. At a Nov. 15, 2017, panel discussion at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, four leaders in the field discussed the challenges and opportunities in finding solutions for the plethora of Los Angeles [...]

Bloomberg: California’s housing crisis harms state climate goals

November 16th, 2017|Comments Off on Bloomberg: California’s housing crisis harms state climate goals

How can California be a global environmental leader if its runaway housing crisis makes climate change worse? This question was at the heart of the 2017 edition of our annual Lake Arrowhead Symposium, held in October around the theme "Global Climate Change, Local Growing Pains." It's now being asked in the national media, in a new article in Bloomberg Businessweek. "California [...]

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New research briefs: Why isn’t there enough affordable housing in LA?

December 14th, 2017|Comments Off on New research briefs: Why isn’t there enough affordable housing in LA?

The research is clear: Los Angeles needs to build more housing. The city’s affordability crisis, which drives its growing homelessness, displacement, and resident cost burdens, is indisputably the result of a severe housing shortage. The pace of housing development has not remotely kept pace with the increase in new residents over the past three decades. Why isn’t there enough affordable housing [...]

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Housing, Equity, and Community Series: Panel takes on LA’s crisis of homelessness

November 20th, 2017|Comments Off on Housing, Equity, and Community Series: Panel takes on LA’s crisis of homelessness

By Zev Hurwitz With nearly 60,000 Angelenos struggling with homelessness, local change agents have taken on the task of developing policies and services to address the crisis. At a Nov. 15, 2017, panel discussion at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, four leaders in the field discussed the challenges and opportunities in finding solutions for the plethora of Los Angeles [...]

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Bloomberg: California’s housing crisis harms state climate goals

November 16th, 2017|Comments Off on Bloomberg: California’s housing crisis harms state climate goals

How can California be a global environmental leader if its runaway housing crisis makes climate change worse? This question was at the heart of the 2017 edition of our annual Lake Arrowhead Symposium, held in October around the theme "Global Climate Change, Local Growing Pains." It's now being asked in the national media, in a new article in Bloomberg Businessweek. "California [...]

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