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.
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.
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.
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.