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Not Cool, Legislature

Last week. Wow. All I can say is wow. Those were some killer days. 114°. 105°. Then on Labor Day, the National Weather Service reported an early morning temperature – at 4:00 am – of 89°. Temps like this make it tough to count sheep. When it comes to battling extreme heat, I’m sad to […]

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How Climate Resolve Stays Cool: Bryn Lindblad

Welcome to our How Climate Resolve Stays Cool series! We want to pull back the curtain and introduce you to some of the team behind Climate Resolve — the people who are dedicated to combating extreme heat, the projects they’re working on, and the ways they stay cool. How Bryn Stays Cool What do you […]

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A Better Way to Transit

I grew up in a suburb in Minnesota outside of the Twin Cities, in a little town called Lino Lakes, which, as maybe you can imagine consisted of a string of lakes that were connected by wetlands. Lots of fort-building and using one’s imagination to stay entertained. In other words, when I became a teenager, […]

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How Climate Resolve Stays Cool: Enrique Huerta

Welcome to our How Climate Resolve Stays Cool series! We want to pull back the curtain and introduce you to some of the team behind Climate Resolve — the people who are dedicated to combating extreme heat, the projects they’re working on, and the ways they stay cool. How Enrique Stays Cool Why did you […]

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How Climate Resolve Stays Cool: Andres Rodriguez

Welcome to our How Climate Resolve Stays Cool series! We want to pull back the curtain and introduce you to some of the team behind Climate Resolve — the people who are dedicated to combating extreme heat, the projects they’re working on, and the ways they stay cool. How Andres Stays Cool What do you […]

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How Climate Resolve Stays Cool: Mayra Catalán-Orozco

Welcome to our How Climate Resolve Stays Cool series! We want to pull back the curtain and introduce you to some of the team behind Climate Resolve — the people who are dedicated to combating extreme heat, the projects they’re working on, and the ways they stay cool. How Mayra Stays Cool Why did you […]

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Climate Resolve Launches New Nonprofit focused on Zero Emission Transit & Dodger Stadium Aerial Gondola To Be First Project

Climate Resolve Launches New Nonprofit focused on Zero Emission Transit & Dodger Stadium Aerial Gondola To Be First Project Announces Free Service to Dodger Games LOS ANGELES – Leading environmental nonprofit, Climate Resolve, announced that it has formed Zero Emissions Transit, a new subsidiary nonprofit organization focused on advancing emissions-free public transit solutions in the […]

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Why It’s Time to Shut Down Whiteman Airport

Pacoima’s pollution problem flies high with Whiteman Airport. For years, regulatory agencies have overlooked Pacoima’s Whiteman Airport pollution since the facility is just under the minimum size to require these tests. Even the airport’s final master plan recommended doing air assessments in 2011, but none were ever done. Located in close proximity to two other […]

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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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