Mark Gold

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 25, 2013

The Next Mayor of Los Angeles' To-Do List Drawn from a Sampling of TPR Readers and Civic Leaders

Civic leaders and TPR readers look beyond the mayoral campaign rhetoric to share what the next Mayor of Los Angeles must have on his or her agenda in order to meet the increasingly stressed needs of the city's residents, workers, infrastructure, environment, and fiscal condition.

August 8, 2019

Mark Gold: California’s New Deputy Sec. For Oceans And Coastal Policy And Dir. of The Ocean Protection Council

Mark Gold discusses his new role at the Ocean Protection Council and addressing the challenges facing the California’s marine resources.

March 26, 2018

Master Planning & P3 Financing the LA River

At VerdeXchange 2018, leaders of the LA River convened to discuss how the region can make sustainable, resilient, and profitable investments in the river—without the mistakes of Chavez Ravine displacement decades ago.

July 18, 2017

Integrated Solutions for L.A.’s Urban Water Future

At the recent Asia Society Imagine 2060: Delivering Tomorrow's City Together event, Andy Lipkis (TreePeople) and Mark Gold discuss the management of water and green infrastructure for the Southern California region.

April 10, 2015

Optimism Trumps Reality: Gold Lauds LA City’s Sustainability pLAn

Mark Gold offers commentary on the recently-released plan intended to transform Los Angeles's water and energy usage, as well as promoting resiliency and environmental justice.

January 11, 2007

MIR Readers Share Predictions for Investment of Infrastructure Bond Funds in 2007

With $40 billion to spend and nearly limitless need for repair and expansion of California's infrastructure, MIR readers share their hopes for 2007.

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