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September 20, 2018

SF Mayor Breed ‘Talks Trash:’ A Future Without Waste

One billion tons of waste piles up in landfills every year. At the recent Global Climate Action Summit, Mayors Breed and Sala discuss their cities plans to reduce waste.

September 20, 2018

LA Phil's Centennial Bash Opens With an 8-Mile CicLAvia Street Festival of the Arts - Sept. 30

LA Phil 100: Celebrate LA!—the biggest carnival of arts the city has seen in decades—will happen September 30 along a car-free CicLAvia route from Disney Hall to the Hollywood Bowl.

September 13, 2018

AltaSea CEO on Creating the 'World's Greatest Water Cooler for Ocean Innovation'

AltaSea CEO Tim McOsker on how blue tech could transform San Pedro Bay into a vibrant waterfront ecosystem.

August 29, 2018

Edison CEO Pizarro on the Role of Utilities in Addressing Climate’s “New Normal” & Wildfires

At a recent Town Hall LA event, Edison International CEO and President Pedro Pizarro discussed the impact of 2017's catastrophic wildfires.

August 27, 2018

City Planning Director Bertoni on the Promise & Status of re:code LA

In the first part of a two-part interview, Vince Bertoni updates readers on how the city's new zoning code is being implemented to community plans.

August 27, 2018

Treasurer Chiang Signs Green Bond Pledge & Jointly Releases Green Bond Market Report With Milken Institute

John Chaing, a leader in green bonds and climate investment, shares an overview of the latest report that covers how green bonds address climate risks to infrastructure.

August 24, 2018

Milken California Policy Summit Asks: Will Innovative Financing Solve California's Housing Shortage?

TPR presents an excerpt of a recent Milken housing panel featuring Asm. David Chiu.

August 24, 2018

Kaiser Permanente’s Richmond Medical Center Solar-Battery Microgrid a CEC-Funded Model

KP leaders discuss the impact of installing the first California microgrid to connect renewable energy to a hospital’s pre-existing backup power system.

August 22, 2018

Mary Nichols: Transitioning California Climate Leadership to a New Administration

California Air Resources Board Chair Mary Nichols discusses the battle against the Trump administration's decision to revoke the state's regulatory waiver to set more stringent clean car standards.

August 22, 2018

Convergence of Homelessness and Open Space Challenges: Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy Forum

The Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy convened local public safety departments to discuss the challenges of addressing the region's homelessness crisis through the perspective of challenges facing those living in and interacting with parks and open space.

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