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.

The Origin of Oil, AQMD, and the Oil Industry

We use it every day, but we rarely think about the origins of oil and gas.

Our 2016 Gala: Coolest in LA

How cool was our annual fundraiser on March 10 at the Teragram Ballroom? 

What We Expected in 2015: Environmental & Climate Policy of Interest to Angelenos

In December 2014, I made a number of predictions concerning environmental & climate policies in 2015.

Climate Change 1000% Resolved *

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.

Statement on Paris Agreement and Climate Action in Los Angeles

The Paris Agreement was a great step forward — but a single step in a long ultra-marathon.

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.

7 Things to Know About Soil and Climate Change

Greenhouse gases in atmosphere are driving climate change, but we can look to the ground below us in our efforts to fight it.

Q&A: UCLA’s Climate Scientist Alex Hall

When climate scientist Dr. Alex Hall showed up to a recent climate change event at City Hall, he had his Brompton fold-up bike in tow and spoke to the audience about how he’s heartened to see the explosion of interest in the subject.

The Path to Positive is Just Beginning

Guest post by Ted Flanigan, president of EcoMotion

On Friday, November 6, 600 of my fellow Angelenos gathered at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels to focus on climate change, and send a clear and deliberate signal to the Conference of Parties (COP-21) taking place this December in Paris.

Climate Day LA: Storify Summary

Below, tweets from our November 6 Climate Day LA conference.

A More Resilient California: Celebrating New Climate Bills

There’s cause to celebrate.

Today, California is a little bit safer, a little more resilient than it was last week.

California Action on Climate: SB 350 Signing

Governor Jerry Brown signing SB 350 (photo courtesy of Senator Kevin de Leon).

Sacramento at 106°

There’s big news out of Sacramento this week: the California Assembly failed to fully approve two key climate laws.

SoCal Collaboration: KCET and Climate Resolve

We’re excited to announce a partnership with KCET, with the creation of an online portal: Climate Change LA on the KCET website, which features the latest climate research about Southern California and provides Angelenos with everyday ways to act on climate.

Proposition 39 is Succeeding… Just Wait and See

Guest post by Ted Flanigan of EcoMotion:

The Climate Smart Schools team is now working in five California school districts implementing Proposition 39, the California Clean Energy Jobs Act.

The Most Important Climate Story That You Don’t Know

Construction begins on emergency barriers on the California Aqueduct.

California Climate Change Symposium: Storify Summary

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