Good Policy: Zero Waste Plan

The City Council will be voting this week on the carefully crafted Zero Waste Plan, a landmark effort that promises to dramatically reduce greenhouse gas pollution and other environmental impacts in the region.

We’re Thankful for Climate Leadership in California

After Election Day, California and Los Angeles leaders expressed their commitment to continue to act on climate locally.

Solar Tour: Look Up for Signs of Progress

Great solar tour with EcoMotion, which reminded us about how far we have come in efforts to switch to clean energy.

Good Election News: Measure M Passes

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

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.

Climate Action: Activation for P2PLA

Cross-posted on the Path to Positive LA website.

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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California Climate Bills Signed in LA: SB 32 and AB 197

Governor Jerry Brown signed two huge climate bills in Los Angeles today.

Field Trip: Athens Services Plant

Where We Went Athens Services Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) in Sun Valley, California What They Do Separate waste from locations across Southern California.

LA’s Bold ’80 x 2050′ Climate Action

Jonathan Parfrey at the press conference for the climate motion.

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.

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.

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.

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