Thursday, July 12th 10AM-12PM — California and L.A. at the Forefront of Subnational Climate Leadership — Join California climate leaders including Gary Gero, Chief Sustainability Officer of LA County, and Jonathan Parfrey, Executive Director of Climate Resolve, at Climate Resolve’s home Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator. Explore how the City of LA and the State of California can maintain their leadership in #ClimateAction and serve as a model for cities and states around the world.
Sat, July 14, 2018 8AM-12PM — Tree Indexing with Climate Resolve & Amigos de los Rios— We want to know how much tree canopy is available at Whittier Narrows! Trees are essential to combat the urban heat island effect.Become a citizen scientist by helping Climate Resolve and Amigos de los Rios measure tree canopy at Whittier Narrows Park. We will train you the day of and provide all the materials! Refreshments provided.
Sat, July 14th 8AM-2PM — Latino Conservation Week (LCW) Kick Off — Join Nature for All as our coalition hosts a community clean up of the Wildwood Picnic Area + Big Tujunga Creek with the Forest Service’s support.
Friday July 17th 8:30AM-2PM — Board of Supervisors public hearing and vote on the Safe, Clean Water Program — Our most vulnerable communities suffer disproportionately from pollution, lack of open space and, recreational opportunities. Wear blue and join #OurWaterLA at the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors meeting as they vote on the #SafeCleanWater Program! Your voice is needed to secure $300 million worth of local jobs, equity, health, and the environment!