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Weekly News Roundup: May 30-June 5

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Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

Great news: California’s state senate has passed a package of climate bills, including SB350, which would increase the state’s renewable portfolio standard 50% by 2030. 

Greener Garden Grove Schools with a DROPS Grant

With dire stories of the drought dominating the news these days, it’s good to report some good news on the subject: A school we’ve been working with for our Climate Smart Schools program with EcoMotion has been awarded nearly two million dollars on water-saving projects.

Weekly News Roundup: May 23-29

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Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

AB 1360 has just passed unanimously in the Assembly. 

Weekly News Roundup: May 16-22

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Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

Image via Brian van der Brug/LA Times

A major oil spill off the coast of Santa Barbara (LA Times) is another reminder that our fossil fuel dependency is dangerous.

Weekly News Roundup: May 9-15

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Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

In Governor Jerry Brown’s update to the state budget, he’s committed $1.2 billion from cap-and-trade auction proceeds to reduce more GHG emissions.

Weekly News Roundup: May 2-8

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Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

Things are looking good for another transportation measure to help us all get around this city with ease—and help California meet its climate goals.

Transportation Action: Why Now is the Time for Measure R2

Post by Denny Zane of Move LA Transit; cross-posted from Move LA

Move LA’s conference at Union Station last week has confirmed what we always believed — that the stars are aligning for “Measure R2,” a half-cent sales tax to support transit, on the ballot in November 2016.

Transportation & the Environment: Planning for 2016 and Beyond

At a meeting of environmental organizations and representatives from Metro Los Angeles, the topic of discussion was transportation in Los Angeles—how to make it better, and what a ballot measure would include to make that happen.

Weekly News Roundup: April 25-May 1

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Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

This week, Governor Brown announced an executive order declaring even more ambitious emissions reductions goals in California—40% below 1990 levels by 2030.

Climate News Roundup: April 18-24

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Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California


Move LA Transit hosted a conference at Union Station to discuss Measure R2, proposed legislation for 2016 to bring more public transportation to Los Angeles.

Climate News in LA & Beyond: April 11-17

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Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

LA’s bike lanes, via KPCC

Metropolitan Water District has announced that they will begin cutting water deliveries by 15%.

Climate News in LA & Beyond: April 4-10 Weekly Roundup

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Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

The city of Los Angeles unveiled its first sustainability plan, which includes bold commitments to reduce greenhouse gases and make the city much more livable for Angelenos.

Let’s Get Started: Sustainability Plan for Los Angeles

The Mayor released the sustainability plan for the City of Los Angeles today.

Climate News in LA & Beyond: March 28-April 3

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Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

NASA’s before-and-after images of the Sierra snowpack show just how much smaller it’s gotten.

Climate News in LA & Beyond: March 20-27

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Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

So—just how dense is LA?

Ways to Keep LA Cool: City Action on Urban Heat Impacts

We don’t have to tell you it’s getting hotter in LA — and temperatures will continue to rise.

Approved: LA County’s Community Climate Action Plan

When the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved an overhaul to its General Plan this week, it included LA County’s first Community Climate Action Plan (CCAP).

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