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Monthly News from CR: June 2018

Fork in the Road

Harvard Kennedy School just published a fascinating study on the fate of Alaskan villagers – how they’re dealing with coastal floods fueled by climate change.

Coolest in LA – March 14 – you are cordially invited!!

Climate Resolve’s annual celebration of climate leadership, Coolest in LA, will take place on Wednesday, March 14, 6:30-8:30pm at at the historic Pico House, adjacent to Olvera Street.

The best things that happened in 2017

Climate Mayors and We’re Still In Coalition.

Wildfire Safety Tips

Stay Updated on the Latest

Los Angeles Fire Department (Twitter

City of Los Angeles Emergency Department

California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (OES)

CalFire (Twitter, Facebook)

List of Twitter accounts to follow

Sign up for emergency alerts from Los Angeles County

Sign up for alerts from the Los Angeles Fire Department

Get the Ready for Wildfire app from Cal Fire

Be Prepared

County of Los Angeles Survival Guide

City of Los Angeles Get Prepared resources

Take Precautions When Smoke Causes Unhealthy Air Quality (tips from LA County Dept.

Project News: Garden Grove Schools Awarded for Zero Net Energy

Good news for a project we’re proud to be working on!

Month in Review: Climate Resolve in November 2017

[View the story “Climate Resolve at Work: November 2017” on Storify]

Reading List: “Unsafe Streets Killed My Mother. It’s Time to Act”

Colleen Corcoran, a friend of Climate Resolve who has also worked with us, penned a moving piece for the Houston Chronicle, “Unsafe streets killed my mother.

Board Member Report: The UN Climate Convention in Bonn

Dispatch from Climate Resolve Board Member Victor Griego, who is attending the UN climate convention in Bonn:

I’m here as a board member of Climate Resolve and representing Water Education for Latino Education (WELL); WELL is committed to educating local Latino elected officials on 21st Century water management strategies.

Event: Los Angeles Screening of “Wasted! The Story of Food Waste”

Join Climate Resolve  and LA Food Policy Council as we present a screening of:


Support for Water Conservation As a Way of Life

We’re so proud of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti for his stand on water conservation in California.

How to Ride a Bike


There are as many ways to bike as there are people rolling around on two wheels.

Video: The Coolest in LA for 2017

We had a great night celebrating these five Coolest in LA projects:

Metro and CEO Phil Washington for slashing LA’s greenhouse gas emissions UCLA’s Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences for Alex Hall’s state-of-the-art research into California’s climate future Rayton Solar for its revolutionary research in solar efficiency David Abel and VerdeXchange for putting LA’s cleantech industry on the map 3M for developing breakthrough cool roofing materials

What Motivates Us on International Women’s Day

One of the best things about working at a nonprofit devoted to climate solutions?

#ActOnClimate This GivingTuesday

On this #GivingTuesday we are asking you to join us in the fight to take on the climate challenge right here in Los Angeles.

Climate Resolve Reading List: Books That Have Inspired Us

Below, a list of books that have inspired Climate Resolve staff members through the years. 

Our Favorite Places in the Great Outdoors of Los Angeles

Angels Point/Elysian Park Bike Ride

It’s a pretty easy and super-rewarding climb through the park to great views of East LA, Downtown, and Dodger Stadium.

We’re Thankful for Climate Leadership in California

After Election Day, California and Los Angeles leaders expressed their commitment to continue to act on climate locally.

Climate Resolve Interview: Emmanuel Lopez

Describe your work in one sentence.

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