Alex Hall

UCLA's Institute of the Environment and Sustainability

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Professor in UCLA's Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences and its Institute of the Environment and Sustainability

Alex Hall on KCRW

As leaders from around the world convene at the United Nations to talk about climate change, young people in Greater LA are also drawing attention to the problem.

What happens to Southern California if we don't combat climate change?

As leaders from around the world convene at the United Nations to talk about climate change, young people in Greater LA are also drawing attention to the problem.

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A powerful storm that’s headed our way is already flooding parts of the Bay Area: Power is out in parts of San Francisco and hundreds of flights are cancelled.

Predicting Precipitation in California

A powerful storm that’s headed our way is already flooding parts of the Bay Area: Power is out in parts of San Francisco and hundreds of flights are cancelled.

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In 2007, then-Governor Schwarzenegger commissioned a  study on the projected impacts of climate change  on six areas of California.

Climate Change in Southern California

In 2007, then-Governor Schwarzenegger commissioned a study on the projected impacts of climate change on six areas of California.

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