The Call for Session Proposals for the 2016 California Adaptation Forum has been extended through Friday, April 15th. Don’t miss your chance to contribute to the dynamic (more…)
For local governments looking for capacity for energy efficiency and sustainability, now is the time to propose a project for a CivicSpark AmeriCorps fellow for the coming year! (more…)
As part of the Construction Climate Talks launched by the Construction Climate Challenge, James Drinkwater of the World Green Building Council shares how the (more…)
A new study published in the Journal of Structured Finance (free summary available here) using data from California homes found that Property-Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) (more…)
This article shares how San Diego is exploring Consumer Choice Aggregation (CCA) as part of its Climate Action Plan.
San Diego International Airport seeks a highly-motivated professional to join its Environmental Affairs Department as a Senior Environmental Specialist. The role is responsible for the design and implementation of environmental programs to (more…)
A memo on benefits, risks, and costs of Consumer Choice Aggregation is available on the Santa Cruz County Business Council website.
The EBMUD Board of Directors recognized 21 new businesses and 9 re-certifications institutions for outstanding water use efficiency in 2015. Each business (more…)
Chula Vista Holds Community Event to Seek Input on Development of Water Conservation & Reuse Framework
Learn more on Chula Vista’s Facebook page, here.
This Clean Energy Financing Advisory Council (CEFAC) – California event will present a panel of experts exploring the financing market for energy storage projects moderated by a representative of the San Francisco Department of the Environment. Each speaker will (more…)
The American Society for Adaptation Professionals – in partnership with the California Adaptation Forum – is launching its first Regional Adaptation Leadership Award (RALA) competition at the California Adaptation Forum. The Award will recognize one (more…)
A new study prepared for the Consumers Union by ICF International on California’s Low Carbon Transportation policies finds that households will save between $1,210–1,530 annually by 2030 (after accounting for the impacts of California’s transportation (more…)
MCE has been fielding so many questions about Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) that they’ve compiled a number of resources on their website: if you have questions about (more…)
A new report by the U.S. Global Change Research Program provides a scientific assessment of how climate change is already affecting human health. The report focuses in on temperature-related death and illness, air quality impacts, extreme events, vector- (more…)
In 2013, Inyo County partnered with Southern California Edison (SCE) to research opportunities for seed money and to develop policies to set up an energy efficiency revolving loan fund (EERLF) to serve as a dedicated source of funding for energy-saving (more…)