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Climate Resolve Calendar and Resources for Angelenos: February 2015

2/4 | Toward a Global Climate Agreement | Webcast

2/12 | Best Practices in Implementation of SB 375

2/14 | E4 Mobility Alliance | To RSVP email Misha Houser

2/18 | Oppenheim Lecture Series: Design for the Circular Economy | UCLA

2/18 | Change Over Time: Investigate Climate Change Impacts in the Southwest | NASA “Ask US”

2/18 | California Coast from the Air: Images of a Changing Landscape | Aquarium of the Pacific

2/21 | Neighborhood Council Sustainability Alliance | TreePeople | For questions or to RSVP email

2/24-2/25/15 | Urban Soil Carbon Water Summit | Museum of Natural History

2/25 | Assessing Progress Under AB32 | Webcast

2/25 | Mapping and GIS for a Better Future | Aquarium of the Pacific

2/27 | Environmental Justice for All | Downtown LA

ONGOING | Sink or Swim: Designing for a Sea Change | Annenberg Space for Photography

Climate Jobs

City of Los Angeles | Director, Innovation Delivery Team

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

James Irvine Foundation | Senior Program Officer, California Democracy

PlaceWorks | Senior Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Mobility Planner | Email to apply

LA County Department of Public Health  | PLACE Program

The Brookings Institute | Senior Fellow & Director, Energy Security & Climate Initiative (Washington, DC)

Labor/Community Strategy Center | Climate Justice Researcher | Email to apply

Community Conservation Solutions Green Solution Water Sustainability Program |Project Manager | Email to apply

Sierra Club | Associate Organizing Representative—Our Wild America

Mounting Issue: Climate Change & Ski Season in Southern California

KCET’s SoCal Connected reported on the affects of climate change on ski season in Southern California, with a focus on how one local ski resort—Mt.

Climate in LA & Beyond: Jan. 26-31 Weekly News Roundup

Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

The snowpack is shrinking, as we first reported on our project site with the results from a UCLA study by Dr.

Climate in LA & Beyond: Jan. 18-23 Weekly News Roundup

Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

California has adopted AB 32 affordable housing program guidelines, offering statewide technical assistance workshops.

Stay Golden, California

Governor Jerry Brown made the most ambitious (and potentially most transformational) announcement on climate change in American history during his January 5 State of the State speech.

Words Worth Repeating: President Obama on Climate Change

This is just one of a few notable remarks made by President Barack Obama about climate change during his January 2015 speech. 

Climate in LA & Beyond: Jan. 11-17 Weekly News Roundup

Making LA more walkable at Sunset Triangle Plaza (via @LADOTPeopleStreet)

Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California

What motivates people to reduce energy consumption: improving health or saving money?

Words Worth Repeating: Jerry Brown in His Inaugural Address

Read Governor Brown’s complete speech.

Climate Resolve Calendar and Resources for Angelenos: January 2015

JANUARY 22 | Community and Military Compatibility Planning Handbook Kickoff Meeting | LA County Hall of Administration | Information/RSVP: Adrienne Orilla, (916) 322-2318

JANUARY 25-27 | VerdeExchange Conference | The LA Hotel (Downtown)

JANUARY 27 | ULI FutureBuild | The LA Hotel (Downtown)

JANUARY 29 | City Council Candidate Forum on the Environment, Jobs, and Transportation | Carollo Auditorium, Aon building (Downtown)

JANUARY 31 | Water Education for Teachers workshop | Heal the Bay, Santa Monica

Climate Jobs

Community Conservation Solutions Green Solution Water Sustainability Program |Project Manager | Email to apply

Sierra Club | Associate Organizing Representative—San Gabriel Mountains Forever

Union of Concerned Scientists | Western States Senior Climate Analyst (Oakland)

Heal the Bay | Science and Policy Director

Climate Resolve in LA & Beyond: Jan. 4-10 Weekly News Roundup

Below, our weekly climate news roundup for the week of January 4, 2015.

What to Expect in 2015: Environmental & Climate Policy of Interest to Angelenos

In 2015, Climate Resolve plans to continue to meet the climate challenge and shape a better Los Angeles.

Looking Back and Forward: New Year Reflections

At the dawn of a new day for LA, let’s look back over our shoulder at 2014.

Not Another Damn Sugarcoated Holiday Appeal

Isn’t it a beautiful sight?

Rain in the Forecast: New Study Projects Future Precipitation

The third in a series of climate studies from UCLA—this one on precipitation in Southern California—adds an essential piece to the puzzle regarding our region’s climate future.

Ted Flanigan: Report on an Epochal Conference

Ted Flanigan, President of EcoMotion, shares his report of our Decarbonizing California: 2020-2050 conference.

Decarbonizing California Recap

Since we presented the Decarbonizing California conference, we’ve heard some great feedback.

Major Poll Affirms Climate Concerns

A major public survey on climate change, just released by the Public Religion Research Institute, powerfully affirms Climate Resolve’s approach.

Press Release: Major Climate Conference in Los Angeles at USC

LOS ANGELES (November 18, 2014) — The Decarbonizing California: 2020-2050 conference at USC’s Davidson Center on November 17 examined the Golden State’s exciting efforts to meet important climate targets while simultaneously improving quality of life and generating economic growth.

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