Good Election News: Measure M Passes

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

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.

On the Street: Support for Measure M

Why are Angelenos excited for Measure M?

Trading Petrol Power for Pedal Power in Our Cities

Cross-posted from the Path to Positive website.

How Measure M Could Transform Los Angeles

Cross-posted from the EnviroMetro coalition website.

Climate Resolve at Work: September 2016

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Getting into Gear: How Cycling in LA Has Changed My Life

At the beginning of 2015, new to LA and newly out of school, I wanted to be more active and make some friends.

15th Annual Environmental Night at Dodger Stadium: Getting There

Given that we work on climate solutions for Los Angeles, it’s no surprise that we chose climate-friendly ways to get to Dodger Stadium for our annual Environmental Night.

9 Reasons to Love (Yes, Love) Transportation in Los Angeles

LA’s transportation system is dramatically improving and there are more plans in the works.

Sic Transit Gloria Metro

For the first time in decades, our nation’s cars, trucks and airplanes emit more greenhouse gas than do our power plants.

LA at Its Best

If you want to see what Los Angeles can become, attend CicLAvia.

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.

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.

Transportation for the Future

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.

Environmental Policy Priorities for 2016

WE, THE UNDERSIGNED REPRESENTATIVE ORGANIZATIONS SERVING THE LOS ANGELES REGION, URGE METRO TO PREPARE A TRANSPORTATION SALES TAX MEASURE THAT WILL REDUCE EMISSIONS, ENHANCE EQUITY, INCORPORATE GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE AND INTEGRATE A NETWORK OF WATERWAY TRAILS.

Forward Movement: Support for Mobility Plan 2035

Planning better ways to get around the city?

Transportation Action: Why Now is the Time for Measure R2

Post by Denny Zane of Move LA Transit; cross-posted from Move LA Move LA’s conference at Union Station last week has confirmed what we always believed — that the stars are aligning for “Measure R2,” a half-cent sales tax to support transit, on the ballot in November 2016.

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