August’s article: Climate Change is Heating Up Our Communities
Currents provides readers with current information on energy issues affecting local governments in California.
The latest from the Local Government Commission
Five years ago, the City of Sacramento created its first Climate Action Plan, with specific goals, strategies and actions to reduce emissions and prepare for climate change impacts.
Placer County’s economy, culture, and communities all rely on thriving nature. However, many of their natural resources have been threatened as a result of climate change.
Communities large and small across America and the world are taking up the mantle on energy, sustainability, and climate solutions.
Infinite Earth Radio Podcast
Infinite Earth Radio is a podcast produced by Skeo, in association with the Local Government Commission. Each week we interview visionary civic leaders who are transforming the future.
Lyft – Fighting Climate Change One Ride at a Time – September 12, 2018
Smart Growth and Livable Communities Series – transportation, climate change and sustainability goals. Sam Arons is the Director of Sustainability at Lyft.
Hunger in America – Thinking Outside the Food Pantry – September 05, 2018
Diversity Equity and Inclusion, Environmental Justice and Equitable Development series – Taking a Look at Food Insecurity. Sharon Thornberry is the Community Food Systems Manager at the Oregon Food Bank.
Transformative Equitable Resilience – August 22, 2018
Adaptation and Livable Communities Series – funding and financing resilience. Joyce Coffee, is founder and President of Climate Resilience Consulting, a Certified B Corp.
John Laird, Secretary, California Natural Resources Agency, relates his experience working with LGC.
Government officials and business leaders are beginning to embrace advanced technology to rethink the way we manage our civic and natural resources.
This plenary features leading transportation experts discussing how local governments can plan for the new mobility future.