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June 13, 2019

MWD Achieves Consensus on Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan

Metropolitan Water District General Manager Jeffrey Kightlinger provides an update on the pressing water supply issues affecting Southern California.

June 13, 2019

CPUC's Transition to a Resilience Agency: Commissioner Cliff Rechtschaffen

Commissioner Cliff Rechtschaffen details how the California Public Utilities Commission is moving to play an active role in climate adaptation, resilience, and public safety.

June 13, 2019

Monique King-Viehland on LA County's New Development Authority

Monique King Viehland shares the role of the recently created Los Angeles County Development Authority in addressing affordable housing and homelessness.

June 10, 2019

Santa Monica Leadership is Focused and Aligned on Homelessness: Alisa Orduña

Santa Monica's senior advisor on homelessness Alisa Orduña shares how the city has made progress on housing the homeless, even as other parts of the region see spikes in people losing their homes.

June 10, 2019

Charlie Hales, Former Mayor of Portland, on Cities' Role in Managing Urban Mobility

Former Portland Mayor Charlie Hales highlights how cities can use new technology and transportation as valuable tools for urban placemaking.

June 10, 2019

The Case for a Clean Energy Financing Clearinghouse: Silicon Valley Leadership Group

Tim McRae of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group illustrates how California could leverage private investment and the federal Opportunity Zone program for climate action and social equity.

May 30, 2019

New PG&E Board Chair Jeff Bleich on the Utility's Path Forward

PG&E's new utility board chair, Jeff Bleich highlights Australian strategies for resilience and the new board's commitment to ensuring the safety, reliability, and security of electric power.

May 30, 2019

SoCalGas CEO Bret Lane on How Renewable Natural Gas Advances California's Climate Agenda

SoCalGas CEO Bret Lane comments on the utility's new standard for clean energy and how renewable natural gas could further California's ambitious climate goals.

May 30, 2019

LA City Council's Mike Bonin on Transit Equity & SB 50's Affordability Failure

Councilmember Mike Bonin discusses how blanket upzoning could impact efforts to develop an equitable, high-quality public transportation network in Los Angeles.

May 27, 2019

South Los Angeles Forum Opposes SB 50

City Council President Herb Wesson and advocate Romero Malveaux opine on the value of single-family neighborhoods and voice concern over displacement, gentrification, and affordability.

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