Anuraag Jhawar

 

Anuraag is a fourth-year student at UCLA studying Environmental Science with a minor in Environmental Engineering. Originally from San Diego, California, he hopes to find a career in sustainability, the aspect of the field that captivates him the most. In addition to his studies, Anuraag is the director of Online Marketing for the UCLA Campus Events Commission, a student-run organization that programs free films, concerts and speaking events for students. Anuraag's interests are not just limited to the environment, and also include technology, music, and web design.

Anuraag Jhawar
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…

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Most Hybrid Repairs Don't Need To Be Left to the Dealer

Most Hybrid Repairs Don't Need To Be Left to the Dealer

Hybrid car owners in California have long enjoyed the benefits of HOV-lane access, even when they are driving solo. This perk has recently been lost, and hybrid owners might find…

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Santa Monica Launches Mobile Haz-Mat Disposal Service

Santa Monica Launches Mobile Haz-Mat Disposal Service

Denizens of the green City of Santa Monica no longer have to wonder how to dispose of certain hazardous material. A new initiative by the Office of Sustainability and the Environment…

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Cal State LA Activates New Solar Installation

Cal State LA Activates New Solar Installation

Cal State University, Los Angeles further bolstered its reputation as a "green" campus with the installation of a new photovoltaic (PV) system on campus. The 77 panel system was…

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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.…

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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…

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Santa Monica to Ban Plastic Bags

Santa Monica to Ban Plastic Bags

Starting next month, the phrase "Paper or Plastic?" will become obsolete in the City of Santa Monica. Spurred by the likes of Heal the Bay and other environmental activist groups, the…

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