Behind the Scenes at Climate Resolve: March 2016

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Metro’s Brilliant, Frustrating, $120 Billion Plan

The best thing about a first draft is that it’s a first draft — you can always make changes.

The Origin of Oil, AQMD, and the Oil Industry

We use it every day, but we rarely think about the origins of oil and gas.

How San Diego Won 100% Renewables: An interview with Nicole Capretz

On December 15, the City of San Diego announced its remarkable new Climate Action Plan, committing the city to 100% renewable power by the year 2035, and, by the same year, slashing its carbon emissions by half.

Climate Change at the Movies

When it comes to movies about climate change, you might naturally think of documentaries like “The Inconvenient Truth.” But the subject has also been the topic of some mainstream Hollywood movies.

In Today’s Paper: Climate Change and Health Impacts

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.

New Year, New Look

Notice our new logo? We’ve started the new year with a new look.

Save the Date: Climate Resolve Gala

More information coming soon!  

Climate Change 1000% Resolved *

The Paris Climate Agreement reached this month is so fantastic there's frankly nothing left to do. The climate problem has been resolved, and, therefore, no reason to keep Climate Resolve in business. So that's it, friends. Goodbye and farewell.

Moving and Innovating

We’re excited to announce we’ve moved the Climate Resolve offices to La Kretz Innovation Campus, the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator’s newest space in Downtown LA’s Arts District.

Statement on Paris Agreement and Climate Action in Los Angeles

The Paris Agreement was a great step forward — but a single step in a long ultra-marathon.

Our Work on Climate Change: Looking Back at 2015

How Climate Resolve is reducing emissions, helping SoCal prepare, connecting, convening, communciating, and preparing SoCal's land & resources.

Weekly News Roundup: Nov. 28-Dec. 5

Decarbonizing California Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California Representing: Many of California’s leaders are in Paris for the COP21 Climate Change conference.

2 Projects, 2 Ways to Better LA

You can help make Los Angeles a better place today and for years to come by supporting two projects in the LA2050 Challenge, which is awarding $100,000 grants to projects that promise to improve LA.

Climate-Ready Roofs: LA2050 Challenge

Climate-Ready Roofs is a first-of-its-kind program — a trifecta of climate solutions.

A More Resilient California: Celebrating New Climate Bills

There’s cause to celebrate. Today, California is a little bit safer, a little more resilient than it was last week.

California Action on Climate: SB 350 Signing

Governor Jerry Brown signing SB 350 (photo courtesy of Senator Kevin de Leon).

Weekly News Roundup: September 19-25

DECARBONIZING CALIFORNIA Updates on climate news in Los Angeles and California More evidence linking climate and health: A newly-released study shows that decreasing emissions in California has had a positive effect on air quality and respiratory health.

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