This report recommends that California’s air monitoring agencies start using available technology to measure local air quality, especially where people live close to facilities that… Read More »
Safeguarding California Plan: 2018 Update – California’s Climate Adaptation Strategy
This plan updates the state’s climate adaptation and resiliency strategy for 2018, including 70 recommendations for actions across 38 state agencies.
UpliftCA.org Resource Finder
This online resource was created to help individuals, community groups, small businesses, tribes, and local government agencies more easily find information about programs and grants… Read More »
Three Revolutions in Urban Transportation
This report compares the environmental and fiscal impacts of three scenarios involving new transportation technology.
MovingCalifornia.org Shows Cap-and-Trade Investments Across State
This website showcases how proceeds from the cap-and-trade program are funding a wide variety of ultra-clean and zero-emission trucks, buses, cars and low-carbon transportation projects throughout… Read More »
Shining Cities 2017: How Smart Local Policies Are Expanding Solar Power in America
This report shows how 20 cities are successfully promoting wide-scale adoption of solar energy systems by homes, businesses, and other institutions.
Californians’ Views on Climate Change
This new set of public opinion data deals with Californians’ views on climate change.
California’s Climate Investments: 10 Case Studies Reducing Poverty & Pollution
This report examines 10 projects in underserved communities in California: nine that have been funded by and one that is eligible for funding from the state’s… Read More »
Resilience for Free: How Solar+Storage Could Protect Multifamily Affordable Housing from Power Outages at Little or No Net Cost
This report finds that solar power with battery backup storage systems can reduce operating costs in affordable housing and even generate revenue in some markets.
Half the Oil: Pathways to Reduce Petroleum Use on the West Coast
This report shows how Washington, Oregon, and California could cut their petroleum use in half by 2030.