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October 23, 2014

Screen Shot 2014-10-23 at 3.07.10 PMJoin 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. As you no doubt know, transportation is the largest sector of GHG emissions in Los Angeles. Focusing on where we live and work—and how we get there—is one of the best ways to help reduce our carbon footprint as a society. This event will feature congresswomen Maxine Waters and Janice Hahn and their partners in the private sector discussing how Los Angeles can reduce time spent in traffic and improve the quality of housing and jobs—all while protecting the environment.


October 23, 2014

Screen Shot 2014-10-23 at 2.56.13 PMThe midterm election is November 4 and some important local climate measures are up for vote: Proposition P and Proposition 1.

Prop P would renew a parks bond passed way back in 1992, levying a $23 per parcel special tax to fund parks, beaches, and recreation, to the tune of $54 million a year for the next 30 years. That’s incredible! LA County provides more information, including a breakdown of proposed uses for funds, and an info session is planned in Crenshaw on Friday, October 24.

Prop 1 is a statewide water bond, $7.5 billion overall, that may bring much-needed funding to LA for local water enhancements.

Get interested, educate yourself, and get out to vote!


October 23, 2014

Screen Shot 2014-10-14 at 12.16.20 PMThe 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.

Decarbonizing California, set for Monday, November 17, 8 am-5 pm at USC’s Davidson Center, will celebrate how our state is meeting important climate targets while simultaneously improving our quality of life and generating economic growth. We will explore how Californians are able and willing to stand up to this climate challenge.

The conference is co-hosted by the USC Marshall School of Business and the Schwarzenegger Institute.

It is also sponsored by California’s leading organizations, including American Lung Association, Sierra Club, NRDC, Environmental Defense Fund, The Nature Conservancy, California League of Conservation Voters, LAANE, Los Angeles Regional Collaborative for Climate Action, CleanTech San Diego, Physicians Scientists & Engineers for Healthy Energy, Climate Action Reserve, SCOPE, TreePeople, and Communities for a Better Environment.

Here’s my promise: There will be no fluff. No speechifying. Decarbonizing California will be rich in content—tough candid talk—but by the end of the day you will have cause for hope.

Cost: free-of-charge (donations are welcome). Registration has been robust . . . so sign up now.

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September 19, 2014

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. A cool roof is one that has been designed to reflect more sunlight and absorb less heat than a standard roof.

Climate Resolve met with members of the community active with Transition Pasadena and the Citizens Climate Lobby (Pasadena Foothills chapter) in the spring of 2014 to advise them on cool roof policy. From there they took the blue print and met with the Mayor, members of the Pasadena City Council as well representatives of the city’s utility, Pasadena Water and Power. This is a great step forward in meeting the City’s energy efficiency and greenhouse gas reduction goals, all while reducing the urban heat island effect and helping Pasadena residents reduce their energy expenses at home.


August 14, 2014


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