Southern California's leading municipal governments, utilities, agencies, universities and organizations united to form the Los Angeles Regional Collaborative for Climate Action and Sustainability (LARC). LARC is built to achieve three goals: (1) Climate Action, (2) Promote a Green Economy, (3) Build Sustainable Communities.
A hotter future is projected for the Southwestern United States, and the anticipated threats unique to the region are detailed in a landmark report released May 2, with contributions from two experts at the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability.
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Candidate offer in-depth answers to environmental, transportation and green economy issues are now available online.
Krista's most recent work experience includes working in the Los Angeles Housing Department as a Senior Project Coordinator and in the Office of the Mayor as a Urban Planning & Design Coordinator.
A sophisticated new regional climate study was produced by UCLA with funding and support from the City of L.A., in partnership with the Los Angeles Regional Collaborative for Climate Action and Sustainability.
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