Climate News Roundup: October 16-22
Posted by Stef McDonald in #Weekly News Roundup on October 22, 2016
The Latest on Climate Change in Los Angeles and California, and Beyond
NASA data shows we had the hottest September on record.
The California Air Resources Board approved a plan to spend $363 million on providing clean vehicles for disadvantaged communities.
A report on the the Aliso Canyon leak reveals it emitted 109,000 metric tons of methane.
Words Worth Repeating, Longreads, Op-Eds, and Other Notable Stories and Posts
“Lessons Learned from the Climate Disaster at Aliso Canyon” (Union of Concerned Scientists)
“What It’s Like to Be a Young Climate Scientist” (Climate Central)
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The EPA recently unveiled a new Adaptation Resource Center (ARC-X). The interactive resource is designed to help local governments provide services for communities working on climate action.
— Yale Climate Program (@YaleClimateComm) October 19, 2016