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Climate Crossroads: Tafarai Bayne, Chief Strategist, CicLAvia

Climate Crossroads aims to highlight the intersection of climate change with other social issues in Los Angeles like homelessness, displacement, labor rights, high rents, community development and more. Through sharing these stories we hope to further Climate Resolve’s goal of centering people affected by climate change, and promote positive work being done to inspire hope […]

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Intern Spotlight: Makena Cioni

Tell us about your background: I’m born and raised in LA in a Japanese-American-Italian household. I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t in love with the outdoors, from weekend camping trips to hiking in the Santa Monica Mountains, to being the kid who played with bugs on the schoolyard. Currently, I’m entering my second […]

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Cool → Cooler → Coolest

The State of California, buoyed by a $100 billion surplus, released its revised budget last Friday with big dollars for climate initiatives supporting clean water, electric vehicles and preparing for wildfire. I’m personally excited by new investments in the next Climate Change Assessment, as well as dollars to help cities perform climate planning and to […]

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Climate Resolve & Resilient Cities Catalyst partner to protect California

It’s no secret that Southern California is experiencing unprecedented heat waves and wildfires. These challenges must be addressed with cross-sectoral holistic solutions that prioritize marginalized communities. Philosophically aligned, Climate Resolve has a great partner in Resilient Cities Catalyst (RCC) to help build resilience across the region. For the past two years, with help from RCC, […]

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Air Pollution—It’s Personal

By Bryn Lindblad As a kid, I was diagnosed with asthma. It didn’t stop me from living an active life, but seeing the inhaler in my rucksack, and getting reminded all the time as I was on my way out the door—“make sure to pack your inhaler!”—it sure left me feeling far from invincible. Shortly […]

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Press Release: Climate Victory at Tejon Ranch

Photo: LA Times FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEApril 8, 2021 Media Contact:Bryn Lindblad, Deputy | 213-634-3790 x102 Climate Victory at Tejon Ranch Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff Grants Climate Resolve Petition LOS ANGELES, Calif. — As headlined in the Los Angeles Times on April 8, 2021, Climate Resolve has successfully delayed the construction of the Tejon […]

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White House


Now Back to Work by Jonathan Parfrey, Executive Director Cupidity walked out the door and competence stepped in. On his first day on the job, President Biden renewed the United States commitment to the Paris climate agreement. The eight days following have offered a series of breathtaking announcements: Tackling climate change is now at the core of […]

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Climate Resolve troubleshoots to pilot hydration stations at bus stops

by Michael Parada, Communications Manager Climate Resolve is proud to partner with Investing in Place, Slate-Z, and Pacoima Beautiful in the Bus Shelter Blitz project. The cornerstone of our work at Climate Resolve revolves around mitigating the effects of extreme heat in the most vulnerable of communities in and around Los Angeles. We believe in […]

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American Masculinity and Climate Change

by Chase Engelhardt, Climate Planning & Resilience Coordinator It’s funny. The deodorant I use has a sales pitch printed on the container. It reads that it will replace my “stench monsters” with “fresh clean masculine ‘scent elves.” The American conception of masculinity goes beyond fine print on hygiene products to substantial things, including climate change.  The journalist, Emily Atkin, […]

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Climate in the Latino Mind

“Being able to tell the story of climate change in so many different languages is the important next step; engaging with latinos and people of color in an integrated way that connects our environment with transit, affordable housing, and immigration.”

Natalie Hernandez, our Climate Planning and Resilience Manager, recently shared how her personal experiences in the latino community shape her work in climate with the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication. Improving quality of life is at the core of Climate Resolve’s mission to make climate change relevant across LA‘s diverse communities.

Your Climate Story

Stories are a powerful way to inspire others and create change. Are you tackling climate change in your own personal way? How has climate change affected you, your family, your friends, or your community?

Share your story of how climate change is impacting your quality of life in Los Angeles. We’d love to hear from you.

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