Cross-posted on the Path to Positive LA blog.
Cross-posted from the Path to Positive LA blog.
Local and Global Leadership: California Governor Jerry Brown was appointed as special advisor for states and regions for the UN Climate Change Conference.
President Trump made a stupendously bad decision by withdrawing the United States of America from the Paris climate accord.
The Home & Garden Television network show, “Flip or Flop,” is set in suburban Southern California, where the hosts buy and renovate gloomy midcentury homes.
Helping the students set up for the event.
The second annual Climate Day LA is scheduled for June 27 at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles!
Call the chair of the California Senate Appropriations Committee and the member who represents your district or the district closest to you and urge them to support SB 150.
When it comes to climate solutions in California, one of the biggest ways we can reduce greenhouse gases is with improvements in the transportation sector.
There are as many ways to bike as there are people rolling around on two wheels.
Congratulations. You’ve survived the first 100 days of Donald J.
We hosted a sign-making event at our office the day before the March for Science.
We’ll be joining the March for Science in Los Angeles Saturday, April 22 — and we’ll be making signs at our office on Friday, April 21, from 3-5 pm.
Cities Must Rise: C40 Cities network released an analysis of the contribution C40 cities can make in adhering to the Paris Agreement to limit global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees.
To make Climate Day LA bigger and better, the organizers have rescheduled for June; we will announce the new date soon.
Not Fake News: The Energy Department has instructed staff to refrain from using “climate change” in any written materials.