Climate Resolve in the News

Gizmodo: The Radical Plan to Cool Down LA as the World Heats Up (August 2017)

Guardian: Grow food on Mars: LA startups tackle climate change with inventive solutions (July 2017)

KPCC:  Roofs, Streets and Trees: How LA is Trying to Lower its Temperature (July 10, 2017)

LA Daily News: LA Group Seeks to Beat ‘Heat Island’ Effect on City Streets with More Trees, Lighter Roofs (June 2017)

LA Times: Insects and Disease are Ravaging the Southland’s Urban Trees. Who’s Going to Stop Them? (May 2017)

LA Daily News: Extreme Weather Events Increase the Number of Automobile Insurance Claims, Study Says (March 2017)

LA Times: As the White House changes course on climate change, California stubbornly presses forward (February 2017)

Curbed LA: How Cities Can Stand up for Climate Change (February 2017)

LA Times: L.A. will keep getting hotter, scientists say — a lot hotter (June 2016)

LA Times: Even in sunny L.A., warming climate may be the next big public health problem  (February 2016)

LA Times: DWP unveils a plan to punish water wasters–but it could take some time to implement (March 2016)

LA Times: Climate change could slash snowfall in Southern California mountains (June 2013)

Media Matters: Scientists Blast LA Times Story On Wildfires And Climate Change  (letter to the editor) (October 2015)

LA Weekly: Who Can Save Journalism? Big Oil, Apparently (October 2015)

LA Daily News: Climate urgency can be L.A.’s opportunity: Guest commentary (January 2015)

Climate Central: Climate Change Gets Up Close and Personal (July 2014)

San Gabriel Valley Tribune: Earth Day look back: Global climate change overshadows success in cleaning up Los Angeles’ smog (April 2014)

San Gabriel Valley Tribune: Officials urge Californians to prepare for climate change (February 2014)

Time magazine: Why Dwindling Snow — Thanks Largely to Climate Change — Might Dry Out Los Angeles (June 2013)

KCET/SoCal Connected: SoCal Mountains Face Dramatic Loss of Snowfall, Study Finds (June 2013)

CBS News: UCLA Scientists Predict 40% Decline in Snowfall (June 2013)

Associated Press: Study: SoCal can expect more scorching days as climate changes (June 2012)

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