Here’s a Storify snapshot of what we were worked on in December.
Los Angeles passed the Existing Building Energy and Water Efficiency ordinance to save energy and water and reduce greenhouse gases….
In light of Trump’s proposed appointees and the awful rhetoric, here are four things I find greatly comforting.
The City Council will be voting this week on the carefully crafted Zero Waste Plan, a landmark effort that promises to dramatically reduce greenhouse gas pollution and other environmental impacts in the region.
On this #GivingTuesday we are asking you to join us in the fight to take on the climate challenge right here in Los Angeles.
Below, a list of books that have inspired Climate Resolve staff members through the years.
It’s a pretty easy and super-rewarding climb through the park to great views of East LA, Downtown, and Dodger Stadium.
After Election Day, California and Los Angeles leaders expressed their commitment to continue to act on climate locally.
Describe your work in one sentence.
Rising Toll: 36 million more dead trees have been identified in California , bringing the total to 102 million California trees.
Great solar tour with EcoMotion, which reminded us about how far we have come in efforts to switch to clean energy.
There is good news from this election: Measure M passed!
Simple solutions: You can vote for climate by voting yes on Measure A and Measure M.
Wonderful eulogies have been written for the late Tom Hayden and nothing I write can approximate their eloquence.
Climate Resolve firmly supports Measure A on the November 8 ballot in Los Angeles.
We’re in the middle of an electoral battleground — and I’m not talking about Nevada or Florida.
Join us! We’re co-hosting a Twitter chat with Move LA Transit on Friday, October 28 at 11:30 am-12:30 pm.