Los Angeles Green New Deal Sustainable City pLAn - Technical Drill
Join the second part of our C40 Climate Action Planning Programme Webinar Series featuring Los Angeles Green New Deal Sustainable City pLAn, where Kathryn Goldman, Climate Adviser to the Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti, will analyse the various elements of the City pLAn in depth.
Just Transition: advancing climate goals and building livelihoods for all
Climate change, and often the responses to it, are unfair. People who are socially, economically, culturally, politically, institutionally or otherwise marginalised are especially vulnerable to climate change. Moreover, these communities cannot always access the benefits of climate action.
If addressing climate change does not meet the needs of city residents, mayors and governments risk losing permission to act.
Join our Inclusive Climate Action Webinar Series and learn more about what inclusive and equitable climate action looks like in practice in cities.
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Sustainable DC 2.0 Plan
Washington DC saw the need of updating the 2013 Sustainable DC Plan to meet the new economic, political, and social change occurring in the District and across U.S., and leverage from the new opportunities that had arisen since. This resulted in the launch of the Sustainable DC 2.0 Plan, an ambitious sustainability plan aligned with the objectives of the Paris Agreement.
In this webinar you will be able to learn how the Sustainable DC 2.0 Plan engaged with the people and communities most impacted by inequity, holding 3,000 conversations with residents across the District to better understand community priorities. After 20 months of consultation with over 4,000 people, the new plan addressed equity, climate, economy, education, and health to make the District of Columbia the healthiest, greenest, most livable city for all its residents.
Los Angeles Green New Deal Sustainable City pLAn - Mayor's Voice
Learn about Los Angeles' Green New Deal, an ambitious climate action plan aligned with the objectives of the Paris Agreement. This new plan builds on the Sustainable City pLAn presented in 2015 by Mayor Eric Garcetti, seeking to further accelerate action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and support the creation of green jobs and improve air quality and public health.