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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).

Focusing on Methane

Guest post by EcoMotion’s Ted Flanigan

The other day about 170 of us “GHG nerds” gathered in Deaton Hall, abuzz in focus on methane.

Climate News in LA & Beyond: March 14-20 News Roundup

DECARBONIZING CALIFORNIA
Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

NASA satellite image.

8 Reasons to Ride CicLAvia on Sunday

We will be enjoying our two-wheeling time on the car-free streets for CicLAvia — The Valley festivities on Sunday. 

Climate Resolve Takes LA’s Temperature

LA is, truly, the place to be — and no one knows it better than us.

Taking Action on Methane in California

Our David Fink at City Hall.

See the Valley on Two Wheels

Here’s a question: do you like fun?

Climate News in LA & Beyond: March 8-13 News Roundup

DECARBONIZING CALIFORNIA
Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

We presented a methane symposium with the Environmental Defense Fund on Thursday, “A Scientific Assessment of Methane Pollution in Southern California and Strategies to Address Emissions.” Prior to the event, LA City Councilmember Paul Koretz led a press conference at City Hall to announce the launch of a focused new multi-sector effort to reduce the unexpectedly high methane emissions in the Los Angeles basin.

Climate News in LA & Beyond: February 28-March 7 News Roundup

DECARBONIZING CALIFORNIA
Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

A new USC study links the reduction of emissions in LA’s air to better lung health in children.

Press Release: California Methane Symposium Explores How Science and Policy Can Address Powerful Climate Pollutant

(LOS ANGELES – March 12, 2015) — Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) and Climate Resolve are co-hosting a California Methane Symposium today in downtown Los Angeles.

Climate Resolve Calendar and Resources for Angelenos: March 2015

Climate Events

3/5 | Aquarium’s Diving Program | Aquarium of the Pacific

3/11 | UCLA Green Building Symposium | UCLA

3/11 | Fukushima and its Impacts | Aquarium of the Pacific

3/12 | Los Angeles Methane Symposium | Deaton Hall, Downtown LA

3/15-3/17 | Annual WateReuse Conference | Millenium Biltmore Los Angeles

3/17 | Antarctic Penguins | Aquarium of the Pacific

3/17 | Greywater Corps Workshop | Highland Park

3/19 | Charles Einstein: The More Beautiful World is Possible | Arroyo SECO Time Banks

3/21 | League of Women Voters Climate Change Forum | Neighborhood Church Pasadena | Email office@lwv-pa.org for more information

3/21 | Legal Toolbox for Environmental Activists | Loyola Marymount University

3/21 | Santa Monica Mountains trail work

3/22 | CicLAvia | The Valley

3/24 | The Latest Facts on Clean Energy Markets | UCLA IoES

3/24 | Droughts in Arid Climates: Lessons from the Land of Oz | TreePeople

3/25 | Climate Change: Realities and Solutions | LA League of Women Voters | Email bblunch@lwvlosangeles.org for more information

3/25 | Planning in the West: Mitigating Health Impacts from the Urban Heat Island | Western Lands & Communities (webinar)

3/25 | The Story of Keiko | Aquarium of the Pacific

3/28 | Living the Green Life in Leimert Park

3/28 | Power to the Planet | CalTech

Climate Jobs

ClimateWorks Foundation | Manager, Strategic Planning | Associate, Advisory and Research | Senior Program Assistant, Sustainable Finance

Environment California | Field Organizer

The Climate Registry | Program Coordinator, Technical Services

Natural Resources Defense Council | Senior Policy Advocate

City of Los Angeles | Director, Innovation Delivery Team

University of Washington | Climate Impacts Group Deputy Director (Seattle)

New Climate Campaign for Los Angeles: Path to Positive

Angelenos are used to being on the forefront.

Climate News in LA & Beyond: Feb. 21-27 News Roundup

DECARBONIZING CALIFORNIA
Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

On Monday, the “Live Ride Share” event explored shared mobility in Southern California—the first conference of its kind.

Climate News in LA & Beyond: Feb 15-20 Weekly News Roundup

DECARBONIZING CALIFORNIA
Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

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Climate Change/Fallout Shelter

Why adaptation matters.

The Independent newspaper recently ranked humanity’s greatest threats.

Climate in LA & Beyond: Feb 9-13 Weekly News Roundup

DECARBONIZING CALIFORNIA
Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

Apple plans to start powering its California offices and stores with energy from its very own solar farm (LA Times).

Next on California’s Climate Leadership Agenda: New Bills

You can lead and you can charge and the Golden State is charging ahead on tackling climate.

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