On Tuesday, Governor Brown announced a plan led by the California Air Resources Board (ARB) to extend cap-and-trade beyond its current expiration in 2020, to 2050. As nicely summarized by Utility Dive:
The City of Long Beach (City) is home to approximately 460,000 people and is considered one of most ethnically diverse communities in the United States. Long Beach is a beautiful City, proud of its rich heritage and culture. Located in an ideal setting on the Pacific
The U.S. DOE recently updated the State and Local Energy Data (SLED) website. The update allows users to search by zip code to get an energy profile for their respective city, including climate and emissions data, electricity and natural gas usage and/or expenditures by sector, vehicle fuel use, renewable energy economic potential, and more.
Energy Technology Perspectives 2016 Report from IEA Shows Cities are in the frontline for cutting carbon emissions
Cities must take the lead in the transition to a low-carbon energy sector, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said today, highlighting that urban areas account for up to two-thirds of the potential to cost-effectively reduce global carbon emissions.
The California Adaptation Forum will be held September 7-8th in Long Beach. Click below for more:
The Climate Action Reserve is pleased to present a webinar on July 6, 2016 discussing the process for registering projects under California’s Compliance Offset Program. The webinar will cover the role of Offset Project Registries, how to
Visit ICLEI’s posted job announcement for more information. A summary of the position is shared below.
Looking for Funding? More than $177 Million is Available for State and Local Government Activities on Coastal Resiliency, Health Impacts of Climate Change, HUD Choice Neighborhoods, and More
Shared in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s State and Local Climate and Energy Newsletter below, more than $177 million in funding and technical assistance is available for state, local, and tribal governments from
In the below video, Beacon Program Award-Winning City of San Carlos shares its strategy and best practices that have allowed the City to save energy and greenhouse gas emissions in its municipal operations, and in the community. For more information on the SEEC Collaborative’s Beacon Program, visit the Institute for Local Government’s website.
The AB 32 Environmental Justice Advisory Committee (Committee) will be meeting via webinar on June 21, 2016 from 2:00pm to 5:00pm (PDT). Participants may participate via webinar or at any of the locations provided in the notice, including the Sierra
The Local Government Commission has an immediate full-time position for a Climate Change Coordinator to support the CivicSpark Program as well as other LGC climate programs. CivicSpark is a
CEC Workshop 6/21: IEPR Commissioner Workshop on Climate Adaptation and Resiliency in the Energy Sector
The California Energy Commission Lead Commissioner for the 2016 Integrated Energy Policy Report Update (2016 IEPR Update) will conduct a workshop to provide an opportunity for Commissioners, stakeholders, interested federal, state,
Better Buildings Event 6/9: An Introduction to CDP’s Supply Chain Program and Developing Impactful Supply Chain Climate Strategies
Click here to register for the Better Buildings Alliance/EDF hosted event on use of CDP data described below: EDF Climate Corps presents, EDFCC’s 3E Webinar Series, a 9 week series focused on
This week the mayors of Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, Oakland, and Vancouver joined the leaders of the states of Washington, Oregon, California, and the
PG&E has announced plans to award $1 million to support local climate change resilience planning. Two grants of $100,000 will be awarded per year for five years beginning in 2017. Read more about his exciting announcement at PG&E Currents. Grant proposals