Climate News: Weekly Roundup for December 11-16
Posted by Stef McDonald on December 16, 2016
The Latest on Climate Change in Los Angeles and California, and Beyond
Los Angeles passed the Existing Building Energy and Water Efficiency ordinance to save energy and water and reduce greenhouse gases….
… and set wheels in motion to provide EV car-sharing in disadvantaged communities.
— Mayor of Los Angeles (@MayorOfLA) December 15, 2016
California is the first state the country to require energy-efficiency standards for computers. (The Verge)
— CA Energy Commission (@CalEnergy) December 14, 2016
The Department of the Interior and California signed an MOU to collaborate on efforts to develop renewable energy projects.
“How energy-efficient computers can save money and help save the planet” (Sacramento Bee)
Take a Look
“Mapping Three Decades of Global Water Change” (NY Times)
“Following Carbon Dioxide Through the Atmosphere” from NASA: