Vision 2021 LA: A Model Sustainability Agenda for Los Angeles' Next Mayor and City Council
A report by the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability & UCLA School of Law's Emmett Center on Climate Change and the Environment and Evan Frankel Environmental Law and Policy Program.
Vision 2021 LA: A Model Sustainability Agenda for Los Angeles' Next Mayor and City Council" is the first comprehensive environmental plan for the city of Los Angeles and addresses all the major impacts the city has on the environment — from energy, air and water to environmental justice and the green economy. It contains 11 target areas, 24 goals and hundreds of benchmarks to ensure accountability. The authors drew on existing Los Angeles city plans, as well as the environmental sustainability plans of other U.S. cities and of academics and environmental professionals.
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Published: Tuesday, December 04, 2012