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.
Dumped fridges and A/C units are hazardous to the environment. See how to easily dispose of them and save the planet.
Ed Begley, Jr. shared his experiences with solar power at Solar Brunch, a new initiative that gets neighbors talking to neighbors about an important climate change solution. Are you curious about solar power and want to hear how it has worked out for people in your neighborhood? Maybe you have solar, love it and would … Continue reading There’s a New Brunch in Town: Solar
ClimateFest is a free community event that will celebrate and inspire climate action, co-produced by the City of Santa Monica and Climate Action Santa Monica. Download PDF: ClimateFest Program Click here to register. En Español Program at a Glance 8:30 AM - Bike Ride with the Mayor (from City Hall) 9AM - Registration 10 AM - … Continue reading CLIMATE FEST SANTA MONICA
Securing a Climate Safe Tomorrow Through Leadership and Responsibility Garrett Wong leads the Climate and Energy Programs for the City of Santa Monica. As the primary author of the City's first Climate Action Plan adopted in 2013, Garrett is responsible for implementing, monitoring and reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions within City operations and … Continue reading This Sunday! Hear the holy words of Environmental Sustainability!
The bike hike will be lead by William Selby. In about three hours, we will explore from the Santa Monica Pier to the end of the beach bike path just past Temescal and then return to the pier. You must be capable of safely riding your bicycle along the beach path. Take advantage of this opportunity to … Continue reading Join Professor William Selby on a Natural History of Santa Monica Bay Bike Ride
All who wish to be part of the CASM Women's March Posse, meet the CASM folks at the Fourth Street EXPO Station at 7:30 AM on January 21, and we'll go to Pershing Square on the train together! Protecting Mother Earth and taking care of each other are being tested in 2017. Following 2016, the second … Continue reading Call To Action! Join CASM on Jan 21, Women’s March LA
The planet and the political environment move closer to a boiling point as 2016 comes to a close. As the Earth's temperature has increased to record highs, the U.S. elections reflect an intensity that upturned expectations, resulting in a President-Elect who has dangerously claimed that climate change is a "hoax." In these times, to confront climate change, cities will continue assuming … Continue reading As 2016 Heats Up, Climate Action Santa Monica’s Mission is Energizing!
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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!!
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.
CASM Steering Committee Member, Holistic Health Coach, and Food Blogger, Amy Sullivan built a healthy, plant-based Summer Salad inspired by ingredients all found at the Santa Monica Farmers' Market.
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