CASM is starting to hire under is Climate Jobs Corps program! Climate Jobs Corps is in partnership with the City of Santa Monica and is funded by the state of California's Youth Jobs Corps program to support underserved young people. Climate Jobs Corps is open to youth ages 16 to 30. Please see our Climate Job … Continue reading Job opening: Community Engagement Coordinator
21 youth completed Climate Corps 2022
CASM has joined the 600+ organization coalition to Save California Solar. The future of rooftop solar is at a crux with a vote in the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) on in February that could end “net metering.” California has over 9 gigawatts of rooftop solar out of a total 23 gigawatts of solar, and … Continue reading Don’t derail decarbonization with a narrow-minded solar policy
https://youtu.be/09Jbd4Qnx0Y Video made by 2020 class of Climate Corps This video project encapsulates the spirit and efforts of Climate Corps since its inception in 2016.
You made all the difference in our ability to exist in 2020. Thank you thank you thank you!! If you donated to us, you, yes you, are the reason we survived despite the pandemic. Thank you to our 2019 donors: Judy AbdoMudita BahadurTara BarauskasBow Seat Awareness ProgramsWilliam BurringtonJohn D. and Teresa G. CalahanJames ConnBarbara FiletGina … Continue reading Thank You 2019 Donors!!
What a year 2020 has been! We recap our organization's accomplishments over the year and our vision and focus as we head into 2021.
Mobility solutions are climate solutions! Get the latest on Santa Monica and Lyft's ebike program as well as the city's efforts to make the roads safer for bikes, scooters, and pedestrians.
CASM Advisor and retired SMC professor, Bill Selby breaks down the details on why our wild fires are getting more extreme.
If you live in a condominium and would like to install rooftop solar but always assumed it would be too difficult, you're in luck. Installing solar at condo building is easier now thanks to changes in laws that govern condominium buildings. We explore the new changes in a Lunch n Learn Webinar. Watch the recording to learn more.
In Santa Monica, 64% of our greenhouse gas emissions come from motor vehicle transportation, mostly from private cars. We can all choose greener methods of mobility to help the problem. Learn more about what you can do and what Santa Monica is doing to help make it safer and easier for us all to bike, scoot, and walk around town.