Resiliency

November 7, 2014

Lucy Jones Advises LA on Resiliency and ‘The Big One’

Earthquake expert Dr. Lucy Jones discusses the City of LA's upcoming resiliency report.

May 8, 2014

Clinton Global Initiative Comes To Los Angeles—A Commentary: Dear President Clinton & Mayor Garcetti: Can We Make A Deal?

Mark Gold opines on Former President Bill Clinton’s stance on infrastructure and resiliency.

April 17, 2017

‘EcoDistricts’ Process Promotes Urban Regeneration & Holistic Neighborhood Planning

EcoDistricts' Eric Corey Freed explains the group's innovative process for helping neighborhoods develop holistic community plans through a new certification process.

April 17, 2017

'Connected Cities' is USGBC’s Upcoming LA Municipal Green Building Conference’s Theme 

TPR spoke with USGBC-LA Executive Director Dominique Hargreaves and Director of the LA Resilience Initiative Heather Joy Rosenberg in advance of the 16th Annual Municipal Green Building Conference and Expo.

April 17, 2017

Coastal Commission’s New ED on the Challenges of Sea-Level Rise, Coastal Drilling, & Banning Ranch Development

TPR sat down with the Jack Ainsworth, who has provided the California Coastal Commission with a veteran presence.

March 1, 2017

Resiliency & Climate Adaptation Case Study: How Communities Are Mobilizing With Bipartisan Support To Save South Louisiana

Concordia's Steven Bingler explains his efforts to protect Southern Louisiana communities at-risk from sea-level rise, with a HUD Natural Disaster Resilience Competition grant.

February 28, 2017

Gov. Brown Prioritizes California’s Water and Transportation Infrastructure Spending

At a recent press conference, Governor Brown said that Californians need to "belly up to the bar and start spending money" to fund resilient, climate-smart water, transportation, and energy infrastructure.

October 24, 2016

Sen. Bob Wieckowski Successfully Integrating Climate Adaptation Into California Law and Planning

State Sen. Wieckowski opines on his SB 246's work to improve statewide resiliency coordination, as well as other accomplishments as Chair of the Senate Environmental Quality Committee.

October 24, 2016

'The Well-Tempered City' Author Jonathan F.P. Rose Asks: Can it Actually Be Built?

Author of The Well-Tempered City and Urban Land Institute trustee Jonathan F.P. Rose sits down with TPR to share lessons for building resilient, vibrant cities.

September 27, 2016

Grid 2.0: Santa Monica Funded to Plan a Neighborhood-Scale Microgrid

The City of Santa Monica has been awarded $1.5 million by the California Energy Commission to plan and permit a microgrid at their City Yards location, spurring a transformative upgrade to the enclave's energy infrastructure.

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