#ActOnClimate This GivingTuesday

On this #GivingTuesday we are asking you to join us in the fight to take on the climate challenge right here in Los Angeles.

Climate Resolve Reading List: Books That Have Inspired Us

Below, a list of books that have inspired Climate Resolve staff members through the years. 

Our Favorite Places in the Great Outdoors of Los Angeles

Angels Point/Elysian Park Bike Ride

It’s a pretty easy and super-rewarding climb through the park to great views of East LA, Downtown, and Dodger Stadium.

We’re Thankful for Climate Leadership in California

After Election Day, California and Los Angeles leaders expressed their commitment to continue to act on climate locally.

Climate News Roundup: Stories for the Week of Nov. 13-19

Climate News The Latest on Climate Change in Los Angeles and California, and Beyond

Rising Toll: 36 million more dead trees have been identified in California , bringing the total to 102 million California trees.  

Solar Tour: Look Up for Signs of Progress

Great solar tour with EcoMotion, which reminded us about how far we have come in efforts to switch to clean energy.

Good Election News: Measure M Passes

There is good news from this election: Measure M passed!

November 2016 Election: Voting for Climate Solutions

Simple solutions: You can vote for climate by voting yes on Measure A and Measure M.

Remembering Tom Hayden

Wonderful eulogies have been written for the late Tom Hayden and nothing I write can approximate their eloquence.

Vote Yes on A: The Climate Case

Climate Resolve firmly supports Measure A on the November 8 ballot in Los Angeles.

Climate Resolve at Work: October 2016

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Battleground State of Mind

We’re in the middle of an electoral battleground — and I’m not talking about Nevada or Florida.

Twitter Chat: Measure M’s Environmental and Climate Benefits

Join us! We’re co-hosting a Twitter chat with Move LA Transit on Friday, October 28 at 11:30 am-12:30 pm.

Good Move: Metro’s Sustainability Policy

Metro came through in a big way for Los Angeles by releasing a report yesterday that advances implementation of an integrated sustainability policy and commits the agency to work towards making best management practices its standard way of doing business.

Getting to Yes

Environmentalists say “no” a lot.

On the Street: Support for Measure M

Why are Angelenos excited for Measure M?

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