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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.

Let’s Move It: Transit and Jobs Summit

Join the Los Angeles Business Council, Climate Resolve ,and hundreds of other national and City leaders at the Annual Mayoral Housing, Transportation and Jobs Summit on October 29.

Midterm Elections: Your Voting Guide for LA

The midterm election is November 4 and some important local climate measures are up for vote: Measure P and Proposition 1.

Southern California’s Climate Event of the Year

The path to LA’s future runs through USC next month, when Climate Resolve hosts Decarbonizing California, a major conference bringing together hundreds of people to discuss how California can help win the fight against climate change.

Pasadena To Become Region’s Next Cool City

Following the lead of Los Angeles, Pasadena will become the second Southern California city to institute a requirement for “cool roofs” for all new residential construction as well as re-roofs when the square footage being replaced is 50% or greater.

State of California Chooses Climate Resolve

Climate Resolve was recently selected to co-manage the state’s next climate assessment.

See you in Sacramento!

The 1st California Adaptation Forum, organized by the Local Government Commission and the State of California, is being held August 19th – 20th in Sacramento, CA.

OCO-2 to Bring Better Understanding of Regional Carbon

In the early morning hours of July 2nd, an exciting new spacecraft streaked the skies above Los Angeles.

New White House Climate Initiatives Announced

Earlier this week, President Obama announced a series of actions to help communities across the nation better prepare for local climate impacts.

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