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.
Planting trees can go a long way in helping us reduce the effects of climate change and it's something we can all participate in! Learn how.
CASM marched on Friday with the youth of LA with guest appearance by Greta Thunberg demanding the end of fossil fuels in California
CASM toured SMC's portion of the National Solar Tour and learned more about Green-Tech jobs programs offered at the campus
A deeper dive into the future energy use in Santa Monica of highly polluting Natural Gas (methane) and what you can do to promote clean energy faster.
Do you have solar? Does it work for you? Don't have solar but curious to learn more? The National Solar Tour is October 5th and 6th, and Climate Action Santa Monica is looking for people in Santa Monica to sign up and show off their solar systems. This is an opportunity for people who are curious … Continue reading National Solar Tours Coming to Santa Monica
Santa Monica's Big Blue Bus is going electric! The first all electric bus began its route last Wednesday after a ribbon cutting ceremony with the city.
Dumped fridges and A/C units are hazardous to the environment. See how to easily dispose of them and save the planet.
Climate Action Santa Monica hosted our Spring Mixer on June 9th at the Victorian on Main St., bringing together friends and colleagues to socialize, network and recognize the vital contributions made by two steering committee members who have moved into new roles. Katharine King was honored for her leadership as a founder of CASM and … Continue reading Spring Mixer Brings Climate Champions Together
The City of Santa Monica staff will present the city’s second Climate Action and Adaptation Plan to City Council in late May. The Plan focuses on objectives in three sectors to reduce greenhouse gas emissions: Zero Net Carbon Buildings, Zero Waste, and Sustainable Mobility. It aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions of city residents, businesses … Continue reading City to Adopt New Climate Plan