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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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.
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