NASA data shows we had the hottest September on record.
Why are Angelenos excited for Measure M?
The California Energy Commission and the Navy signed an agreement to advance renewable energy initiatives.
AB 32 Turns 10: California leaders celebrated the Golden State’s landmark climate legislation with a ceremony.
It was the 10-year anniversary of AB 32, California’s landmark climate legislation!
Our Executive Director Jonathan Parfrey participated in an Infinite Earth Radio podcast: “Making the Global Local – Climate Adaptation Series.”
Part 1: Local Impacts of Climate Change
Part 2: Climate Communications
California will continue to lead on climate action, with the passing of new legislation.
On a Monday morning, I scanned the headlines to see news stories about record smog days in Southern California, the Zika virus, and the extended wildfire season we’re facing.
Confirmation of Climbing Temps: NASA confirmed July was the hottest month on record.
Leader of the Pack: California became the first state in the country to publish a plan to comply with the EPA’s Clean Power Plan (E&E Publishing).
Given that we work on climate solutions for Los Angeles, it’s no surprise that we chose climate-friendly ways to get to Dodger Stadium for our annual Environmental Night.
Hotter: NOAA released its “State of the Climate” report, confirming what we expected — that 2015 was the hottest year on record.
June was another record-breaking month of global warming.
Moving Forward: The California Air Resources Board released a plan to extend the Golden State’s cap-and-trade program beyond 2020.
We hosted a conference with the Mayor’s office on Thursday, July 7 to discuss collaborative efforts to curb the urban heat island effect in Los Angeles.