Climate change is exacerbating equity issues already faced by people of color and immigrant communities as the result of long-standing economic, social, and racial factors.
California has led the charge for electric vehicles with an ambitious strategy to put 1.5 million zero‐emission vehicles on the road by 2025.
The Local Government Commission supports policymakers through events, technical assistance and policy guidance.
As the new administration takes office in Washington, sustainability leaders across the nation have been speculating about the potential impacts on their work.
CivicSpark is Governor Brown’s Initiative AmeriCorps program that aims to build local capacity to respond to climate change.
Through our work with California local governments, we identified two emergent trends that local governments are prioritizing and grappling with.
This month, we attempt to address what the new administration might mean to leadership on climate change progress, energy and infrastructure investments.
Alicia Brown Project Coordinator Local Government Commission This year’s California state American Planning Association conference, held in Pasadena, was themed around “the…
Cities are where the majority of energy is used, can enforce the energy code, further efficiency through ordinances, and lead by example.
With the rise of the Internet of Things and a drive towards greater energy savings, it was only a matter of time before the two became one and the same.