One of the biggest industrial accidents in LA history is currently taking place—and its impact is largely climate-related.
Let’s celebrate Paris.
As you know, for the next ten days, 183 nations will be meeting in Paris to hammer out an international agreement limiting carbon pollution for the COP21 United Nations climate conference.
There’s cause to celebrate.
Today, California is a little bit safer, a little more resilient than it was last week.
Governor Jerry Brown signing SB 350 (photo courtesy of Senator Kevin de Leon).
There’s big news out of Sacramento this week: the California Assembly failed to fully approve two key climate laws.
Construction begins on emergency barriers on the California Aqueduct.
On November 8, 2016 — when America goes the poll to select the next President — voters in Los Angeles County will also get a chance to decide on a new transportation measure.
Our reaction to the proposed rate increase by LADWP?
It’s great to see that people are still applauding California Governor Jerry Brown’s bold executive order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 40% below 1990 levels by 2030.
This op-ed, by executive director Jonathan Parfrey and Denny Zane, executive director of Move LA, was originally published in the LA Daily News.
In 2015, Climate Resolve plans to continue to meet the climate challenge and shape a better Los Angeles.
Climate change is going to alter the English language.