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Climate-Ready Roofs: LA2050 Challenge

Climate-Ready Roofs is a first-of-its-kind program — a trifecta of climate solutions.

Weekly News Roundup: September 19-25

DECARBONIZING CALIFORNIA
Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

More evidence linking climate and health: A newly-released study shows that decreasing emissions in California has had a positive effect on air quality and respiratory health.

Weekly News Roundup: September 13-18

DECARBONIZING CALIFORNIA
Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

Tuesday and Wednesday, representatives from the U.S.

SoCal Collaboration: KCET and Climate Resolve

We’re excited to announce a partnership with KCET, with the creation of an online portal: Climate Change LA on the KCET website, which features the latest climate research about Southern California and provides Angelenos with everyday ways to act on climate.

Press Release: Wildfire Study Kicks Off Partnership Between Climate Resolve And KCET

Online Portal  ‘Climate Change LA’  Features Latest Weather Research And Provides Angelenos Everyday Actions to Combat Changes in Atmospheric Conditions

BURBANK, Calif.

Proposition 39 is Succeeding… Just Wait and See

Guest post by Ted Flanigan of EcoMotion:

The Climate Smart Schools team is now working in five California school districts implementing Proposition 39, the California Clean Energy Jobs Act.

California Climate Change Symposium: Storify Summary

[View the story “California Climate Change Symposium 2015: Storify Summary” on Storify]

Climate Resolve Interview: Robert B. Weisenmiller

As chair to the California Energy Commission since 2011, Robert B.

Press Release: California Climate Change Symposium Is Sold Out, but Live Webcast Available

SACRAMENTO, Aug. 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Californians are overwhelmingly interested in climate change and how it will affect their state as evidenced by the SOLD OUT crowd of more than 600 registered participants at the “California Climate Change Symposium 2015: Using Climate Science to Plan for a Resilient Future,” August 24-25 at the Sacramento Convention Center.

Environmental Policy Priorities for 2016

WE, THE UNDERSIGNED REPRESENTATIVE ORGANIZATIONS SERVING THE LOS ANGELES REGION, URGE METRO TO PREPARE A TRANSPORTATION SALES TAX MEASURE THAT WILL REDUCE EMISSIONS, ENHANCE EQUITY, INCORPORATE GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE AND INTEGRATE A NETWORK OF WATERWAY TRAILS.

Weekly News Roundup: July 26-31

DECARBONIZING CALIFORNIA
Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

Photo via Metro Los Angeles

For the first time since 1953, rail is rolling through Santa Monica again!

Weekly News Roundup: July 11-17

DECARBONIZING CALIFORNIA
Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

It’s been a big week for Metro.

Weekly News Roundup: July 5-10

DECARBONIZING CALIFORNIA
Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

Governor Brown just announced a talk on climate change with the Pope.

Independence Day Comes Early: Celebrating Our New Status

For Climate Resolve, Independence Day is on July 1 this year.

Path to Positive: Los Angeles Launch

We know that California is leading on climate — and Los Angeles leaders are part of that charge — so it was great to see a standing-room only crowd assembled in the Tom Bradley Room of Los Angeles City Hall on Thursday, June 25, for the launch of “Path to Positive: Los Angeles—Leveraging Regional Action for Global Impact on Climate Solutions,” an initiative we organized with ecoAmerica.

Climate Health Lunch: EPA’s Gina McCarthy with LA Leaders

What a way to finish a week that shined a light on how action on climate change can impact public health: discussing what we’re doing on the ground in Los Angeles with the EPA’s Gina McCarthy at a lunch hosted by the American Lung Association in California.

Weekly News Roundup: June 22-26

DECARBONIZING CALIFORNIA
Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

Great news from Climate Resolve: Our Path to Positive: Los Angeles campaign with ecoAmerica kicked off with some of LA’s most important climate leaders assembled at City Hall—and some you wouldn’t necessarily associate with climate, such as representatives from the religious and business sectors.

Storify Summary: Path to Positive Los Angeles Launch

 

Below, posts about our Path to Positive event compiled by Storify.

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