Climate Resolve Takes LA’s Temperature

LA is, truly, the place to be — and no one knows it better than us.

See the Valley on Two Wheels

Here’s a question: do you like fun?

Join us: Methane Symposium

Fact: pound for pound, methane traps 84 times more heat than carbon dioxide over the first twenty years.

Climate Urgency Can Be LA’s Opportunity

This op-ed, by executive director Jonathan Parfrey and Denny Zane, executive director of Move LA, was originally published in the LA Daily News.

Rain in the Forecast: New Study Projects Future Precipitation

The third in a series of climate studies from UCLA—this one on precipitation in Southern California—adds an essential piece to the puzzle regarding our region’s climate future.

Ted Flanigan: Report on an Epochal Conference

Ted Flanigan, President of EcoMotion, shares his report of our Decarbonizing California: 2020-2050 conference.

Decarbonizing California Recap

Since we presented the Decarbonizing California conference, we’ve heard some great feedback.

Press Release: Major Climate Conference in Los Angeles at USC

LOS ANGELES (November 18, 2014) — The Decarbonizing California: 2020-2050 conference at USC’s Davidson Center on November 17 examined the Golden State’s exciting efforts to meet important climate targets while simultaneously improving quality of life and generating economic growth.

Media Alert: “Decarbonizing California: 2020-2050” Conference Set for November 17 in Los Angeles

Major Climate Conference November 17 at University of Southern California

LOS ANGELES (November 3, 2014) — Decarbonizing California: 2020-2050 will examine the Golden State’s exciting efforts to meet important climate targets while simultaneously improving quality of life and generating economic growth.

Pasadena To Become Region’s Next Cool City

Following the lead of Los Angeles, Pasadena will become the second Southern California city to institute a requirement for “cool roofs” for all new residential construction as well as re-roofs when the square footage being replaced is 50% or greater.

LADWP Wants You to Cash In Your Lawn

Finally ready to nix your water-thirsty lawn?

Take Action Against the Drought & Easily Cut Water Use

With California’s drought taking center stage in the media lately, it’s important to recognize that all Angelenos and Californians alike can take immediate action to reduce water usage in our everyday lives.

Cool & Complete Streets in 2014

Climate Resolve staff began the new year working with partners to improve biking and walking across the region at the Complete Streets Meeting hosted by the Los Angeles County Active Transportation Collaborative.

Press Release: LA Becomes First Major City to Mandate Cool Roofs on All New Residences

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 17, 2013

Major Victory for Los Angeles: City to Become Cooler
LA Becomes First Major City to Mandate Cool Roofs on All New Residences

Los Angeles – Today, the City of Los Angeles became a little cooler.

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