Climate Change Communications: On Feeling Affected and Effectual

On a Monday morning, I scanned the headlines to see news stories about record smog days in Southern California, the Zika virus, and the extended wildfire season we’re facing.

California Leadership on Climate Continues: SB 32 Passes the Assembly

Today the California State Assembly banded together with their colleagues in the Senate to solidify California’s standing as a world leader in the fight against climate change by passing SB 32, an extension of the California Global Warming Solutions Act, AB 32.

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.

California Adaptation Forum: Join Us!

Join us at the 2nd California Adaptation forum, where Executive Director Jonathan Parfrey will speak on the plenary, "Working the California Dream: Our Natural Resources in a New Era of Climate Change" and Policy Director David Fink will participate in the "Taking it to the Streets - Addressing LA Heat & Equity" panel.

A Burning Question?

Firefighters continue to battle the Sand Fire as it rages on in the Angeles National Forest outside Los Angeles, California.

Cool Roofs Under Attack: Our Response

On July 12, the Los Angeles Daily News published an ill-informed opinion column attacking a program that is helping Los Angeles lead in the fight against climate change. Here's our response.

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.

Keeping LA Cool: Urban Heat Island Conference

We hosted a conference with the Mayor’s office on Thursday, July 7 to discuss collaborative efforts to curb the urban heat island effect in Los Angeles.

Behind the Scenes with Climate Resolve: June 2016

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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.

Field Trip: Athens Services Plant

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Where We Went

Athens Services Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) in Sun Valley, California

What They Do

Separate waste from locations across Southern California.

Behind the Scenes with Climate Resolve at Work: May 2016

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LA at Its Best

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

LA’s Bold ’80 x 2050′ Climate Action

Jonathan Parfrey at the press conference for the climate motion.

Power Outages Due to Aliso Canyon Gas Failure: A Climate Change Perspective

Immediate action is needed to prepare for projected power outages this summer.

Behind the Scenes at Climate Resolve: March 2016

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