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New Report Asks Whether Southern California is On Track To Meet Climate Goals—and Who’s Countin

As hundreds of local leaders assemble just after adopting a new regional plan, advocacy groups tally up progress on the last plan and call for better data and more accountability PRESS RELEASE: May 5, 2016 CONTACTS: Chanell Fletcher, ClimatePlan, chanell@climateplanca.org; Bill Sadler, Safe Routes to School National Partnership, bill@saferoutespartnership.org Los Angeles—Today, as elected leaders from […]

Proposed State Bills Support Better Transit and Safer Streets

PRESS RELEASE: April 11, 2016 “Transportation is a Civil Right,” Says Coalition of Justice, Climate, and Transportation Groups CONTACTS: Jeanie Ward-Waller, California Bicycle Coalition, jeanie@calbike.org, (916) 399-3211 Kim Chen, California Pan-Ethnic Health Network, kchen@cpehn.org, (916) 447-1299 Joshua Stark, TransForm, jstark@transform.org, (916) 706-2035 ext. 302 Sacramento, CA – Everyone needs food, housing, healthcare, and a job, […]

New Report: How to Fight Climate Change and Save California’s Landscapes

Thanks very much to this week’s guest author on ClimatePlan’s blog and our partners at The Nature Conservancy and the Sequoia Riverlands Trust. March 7, 2016 Guest post by: Adam Livingston, Director of Planning and Policy, Sequoia Riverlands Trust; Coordinator, Southern Sierra Partnership Imagine a California where conservation and transportation work hand-in-hand to fight climate […]

Goodbye, “Level of Service” for Cars! New CEQA Guidelines Support Sustainable Transportation

Thanks very much to this week’s guest author on ClimatePlan’s blog and our partners at Safe Routes to School National Partnership. March 1, 2016
 Guest post by: Bill Sadler, California Senior Policy Manager, Safe Routes to School National Partnership New CEQA guidelines will make it easier to build sustainable, equitable communities across California It’s taken […]

Five “HomeGrown” Actions to Save Farms and Ranches: A New Report

Thanks very much to this week’s guest author on ClimatePlan’s blog and our partners at Greenbelt Alliance. February 24, 2016
 Guest post by: Sara Fain, Program Director, Greenbelt Alliance Greenbelt Alliance has just released a new report, HomeGrown: Tools for Bay Area Farms and Ranches about the threats to local agriculture, and what we can […]

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