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UCLA is up next in the College Sustainability Summit Series. Chief Sustainability Officer, Nurit Katz and Deputy Chief Sustainability Officer, Bonny Bentzin join us this week to share why UCLA is called a "Living Laboratory" for Climate Change research, what is the Sustainable LA Grand Challenge and how sustainability on campus impacts the City of Los Angeles. 

e Ray,Executive Director, Allie Kelly and Harriet Langford are on talking about an initiative of the Ray C. Anderson Foundation that is the proving ground for ideas and technologies like solar paved highways and bioswales that will transform transportation infrastructure around the world. [iframe style="border:none" src="//html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/6970886/height/100/width/480/thumbnail/yes/render-playlist/no/theme/custom/tdest_id/534479/custom-color/#87A93A" height="100" width="480" scrolling="no" allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen] Tune in to this Week's Episode!

The College Sustainability Summit Series returns with another edition this week.  Director of Sustainability, Jessica Davis,of IUPUI joins the Series and talks about the collaboration between Indiana University and Purdue University. Tune in to hear how these colleges use sustainable practices to make a major impact in one city,Indianapolis,IN.

Rex Hamre, Vice President-Sustainability Director,Southeast Region,Jones Lang LaSalle, the global commercial Real Estate company comes in studio this week to talk about the work to make buildings more energy efficient and their sustainable project management  expertise from conception to completion of SunTrust Park,home of the Atlanta Braves. 

Don Moreland of Solarize Atlanta joins us this week to discuss the community based solar energy group purchasing campaign that makes solar accessible and affordable for Atlanta residents. Solarize campaigns harness the power of the crowd to save money for residences and businesses,could this be the new model to help get solar in every community in the United States?