Climate News Roundup: October 2-8
Posted by Stef McDonald on October 8, 2016
The Latest on Climate Change in Los Angeles and California, and Beyond
AB 32 Turns 10: California leaders celebrated the Golden State’s landmark climate legislation with a ceremony.
Ratified and Moving Forward: The Paris Climate Agreement was ratified, with sign-ons from countries representing more than 55 percent of emissions.
Roots at Risk: A new study reveals that climate change is affecting the ability of trees to remove carbon from the atmosphere (LA Times).
Words Worth Repeating, Longreads, Op-Eds, and Other Notable Stories and Posts
“Disappearing Yosemite glacier becomes symbol of climate change” by Brad Branan, Sacramento Bee
“Investing in sustainable infrastructure is the wisest decision we can take for our future.”
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— Air Resources Board (@AirResources) October 5, 2016
As we work on local #climate solutions for #losangeles, it seemed fitting to enlist local photographers to help us tell our story. For the grand opening of the @lacincubator’s #lakretzinnovationcampus, we are displaying the great works of @dnpix and @lifeserial in the hallway. #climateresolved #climatechange #climatesolutions