Many Angelenos — like many Americans — are unaware of the climate impacts we face locally, and they see climate change as a global challenge that is beyond our reach. We know that local action to fight climate change is making our communities better, but we need to engage Angelenos in the process.
Connecting, convening, and communicating — that’s how we engage Angelenos on working together on programs and projects to improve lives and communities.
Boyle Heights Community Resources | Recursos Comunitarios de Boyle Heights
This resource map will help Boyle Heights community members identify resources within their community. | Este mapa de recursos ayudará a los miembros de la comunidad de Boyle Heights a identificar los recursos dentro de su comunidad.
Climate Resolve's Presence Around California
As part of our work to collaborate on local climate solutions, we work with numerous coalitions, organizations, and others.
At Climate Resolve we work hard to find solutions to protect Angelenos and promote equity across the County. That means understanding that an energy transition must maintain the quality of life and dignity of workers.
LADWP Community Outreach Partnership
On behalf of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP), Climate Resolve has met with local residents and presented on issues relating to climate change.
Resilience Hubs are multifaceted centers that enhance a community’s capacity to adapt to multiple-climate perils including extreme heat waves, wildfires, floods and more.
California Community Economic Development Association
In 2020, Climate Resolve, in partnership with the California Community Economic Development Association (CCEDA), developed fact sheets summarizing relevant climate impacts and adaptation strategies for each of California’s nine regions.