Stormwater Capture

June 25, 2018

Adi Liberman on Lessons Learned from Prop O, LA City’s 2004 Clean Water Bond Program

Prop O was the first and largest green infrastructure and stormwater pollution abatement measure when the City of LA approved it in 2004.

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.

January 16, 2017

LA County’s First Chief Sustainability Officer To Regionally Advance Sustainability

Gary Gero was recently named CSO for LA County, tasked with developing a comprehensive, county-wide sustainability plan that charts a vision towards sustainable energy, water, transportation, and waste management.

May 26, 2016

Metro LA’s Water Supply Increasingly Relying on Management of Stormwater

Gary Hildebrand (LA County Public Works, left) and Marty Adams (LADWP) explain the fruitful collaboration between city and county on stormwater capture, a strategy that has received renewed attention as Los Angeles strives to shift to a fully local water supply.

August 24, 2004

Jack Weiss Makes A Case For the City of L.A. 's $500 Million Stormwater Runoff Bond On Fall Ballot

L.A. City Councilman Jack Weiss weighs in on the need for L.A. to put more resources into improving water quality.

April 30, 2004

New GM Of L.A.'s Bureau of Sanitation Opines On City's Unheralded Mission: A Landfill-Free City

A conversation with Rita Robinson about the challenge of closing L.A.'s landfills by 2020.

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