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Legislative briefing: Connecting transportation spending to its impacts on people and the climate

January 21, 2016 By Carey Knecht, Director Billions of dollars for transportation and infrastructure investments are at stake in the state budget, legislative proposals, and the Extraordinary Session on Transportation and Infrastructure Development. But are these dollars actually being spent in ways that will fight climate change, bring transportation options to the people who need […]

Ch-Ch-Changes: What’s Coming Up at ClimatePlan in 2016

January 19, 2016 By Carey Knecht, Director (We couldn’t help the David Bowie tribute headline. A pleasant earworm, we hope.) ClimatePlan has some exciting news for 2016 about our people and our priorities. Please join us in welcoming our new staff! ClimatePlan People New Associate Director We are delighted to announce that our new Associate […]

Holiday reading: Southern California region releases draft regional plan – Comments due Feb 1

This post is re-posted by ClimatePlan from the Safe Routes to School National Partnership site and author Bill Sadler, with our thanks. You can find the original post here. Reposted December 11, 2015 By Bill Sadler, Southern California Regional Policy Manager, Safe Routes to School National Partnership And… it’s out! On December 3, the Southern […]

But how will we get there? Responding to the Sacramento region’s draft Sustainable Communities Str

Thanks very much to this week’s guest author on ClimatePlan’s blog and our partners at the Environmental Council of Sacramento. November 19, 2015 Guest post by: Matt Baker, Land Use and Conservation Policy Director, Environmental Council of Sacramento (ECOS) We invite and appreciate all guest posts on our blog. Guest posts on ClimatePlan’s blog do […]

A prescription for better health for our kids: It’s not medicine. It’s urban planning.

Thanks very much to this week’s guest author on ClimatePlan’s blog, from our partners at the American Lung Association in California. November 11, 2015 Guest post by: Zoila Reyna, MPH, Community Engagement Director, American Lung Association in California November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Of course, as an organization dedicated to clean air and healthy […]

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