Occidental College, Urban and Environmental Policy Major

Occidental College, Urban and Environmental Policy Major

The Urban & Environmental Policy Institute (UEPI) at Occidental College is striving to create a region that is “more just, livable, and democratic.” UEPI strives to provide a place for faculty, students, organizers, community partners, and policy

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University of Southern California, School of Policy, Planning and Development, Environmental Policy

University of Southern California, School of Policy, Planning and Development, Environmental Policy

The School of Policy, Planning, and Development offers graduate and undergraduate programs that focus on innovative governance and place-based solutions for the betterment of communities worldwide.

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Inhabitat LA Exclusive Interview with Laura Avery, Manager for the Santa Monica Farmers’ Markets

Inhabitat LA Exclusive Interview with Laura Avery, Manager for the Santa Monica Farmers’ Markets

This Wednesday kicks off the City of Santa Monica Farmer’s Market 30 year Celebration, and Inhabitat got an exclusive interview with, Laura Avery, overseer of the Farmer’s Market for 29 of the 30 years it’s been running. We asked Laura to give us a history

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Metro Considers Extending Green Line to LAX

Metro Considers Extending Green Line to LAX

Trying to get to the airport and don’t have a car? It might be a lot more trouble then you’d think. While there are a few options for getting to LAX, from taxis to buses to the Flyaway shuttle, you’re almost definitely guaranteed traffic, a hassle, and a headache

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Good Food Festival: The Farmers’ Market Never Tasted So Good

Good Food Festival: The Farmers’ Market Never Tasted So Good

Featuring 30 of LA’s top chefs paired with 30 market farmers, the “Localicious Gala” celebration will take place Friday evening at the Annenberg Community Beach House. Attenddees will get to taste the freshest and best of the season while enjoying live

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City of LA Votes to Bring Recycling Programs to Apartment Complexes

City of LA Votes to Bring Recycling Programs to Apartment Complexes

It might surprise you to hear that single-family homes in Los Angeles divert 65% of its garbage from landfills, thanks to the effort of over 450 gas-powered trash and recycling trucks.  Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the city’s 600,000 + apartment

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LA Investigates Bike Sharing Program

LA Investigates Bike Sharing Program

Inhabitat has reported before about the implementation of large-scale urban bike sharing programs, but it looks like we’re one step closer to a bike sharing reality in Los Angeles. As far back as 2009, the Department of Transportation had shown interest in

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Polish Nail Salon – BUSINESS CLOSED

Polish Nail Salon – BUSINESS CLOSED

This business has closed.

Policy Parlor wanted to set themselves apart in a truly sustainable manner. All of the products they use throughout their salon is as eco-friendly as possible, which also accounts or the lack of harsh smelling chemicals that

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Anawalt Lumber

Anawalt Lumber

Anawalt Lumber is one of the oldest lumber-yards in Los Angeles County, with one of the biggest environmental commitments. Anawalt’s policy is to purchase certified sustainable lumber, as well as carry environmentally friendly products as much as possible

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Anawalt Lumber

Anawalt Lumber

Anawalt Lumber is one of the oldest lumber-yards in Los Angeles County, with one of the biggest environmental commitments. Anawalt’s policy is to purchase certified sustainable lumber, as well as carry environmentally friendly products as much as possible

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