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
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
CASM Climate Corps Apprenticeship 2018 — Apply Now! “Exercising my ‘reasoned judgment,’ I have no doubt that the right to a climate system capable of sustaining human life is fundamental to a free and ordered society.” —U.S. District Judge Ann Aiken, Juliana v. U.S. (Our Children’s Trust Climate Lawsuit) Climate Action Santa Monica invites high … Continue reading The Climate Corps 2018 Apprenticeship Application is Live!
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
Got Green? Please consider donating your green sustainable product and/or services to ClimateFest for our raffle. ClimateFest is a community event happening on May 19 at St. Monica's and produced by the City of Santa Monica in conjunction with Climate Action Santa Monica. It will include a Green Living Fair; Water, Energy & Mobility Speaker Panels; Clean … Continue reading CLIMATE FEST RAFFLE DONATIONS
Reposted from NASA, By Carol Rasmussen, NASA's Earth Science News Team Loss of water from the rocks of California's Sierra Nevada caused the mountain range to rise nearly an inch (24 millimeters) in height during the drought years from October 2011 to October 2015, a new NASA study finds. In the two following years of more … Continue reading Sierras lost water weight, grew taller during drought
Reposted from Vox, By David Roberts@email@example.com Updated Dec 27, 2017, 9:44am EST On December 19, China officially announced that it would create the world’s largest carbon trading system, meant to help the country meet its ambitious climate change and clean energy targets. (The country wants to get 20 percent of its energy from renewables, and peak its emissions, by 2030.) It can … Continue reading China is methodically building the world’s most ambitious carbon market