Executive Director Jonathan Parfrey talked to the Los Angeles Times for today’s story, “Even in sunny L.A., warming weather may be the next big public health problem.” “I look at health effects as the chief impact,” he said.
When climate scientist Dr. Alex Hall showed up to a recent climate change event at City Hall, he had his Brompton fold-up bike in tow and spoke to the audience about how he’s heartened to see the explosion of interest in the subject.
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Aug. 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The program has been finalized for the “California Climate Change Symposium 2015: Using Climate Science to Plan For a Resilient Future,” August 24-25 at the Sacramento Convention Center.
LADWP RATE INCREASE IS REASONABLE AND NECESSARY;
A VIEW FROM LOS ANGELES CLIMATE ORGANIZATION
LOS ANGELES (July 10)—Former Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) Commissioner, and current executive director of Climate Resolve, Jonathan Parfrey, released the following statement in response to the five-year rate increase announced by LADWP.