Southern California communities are leaders in sustainability. And this is the premiere annual event for the local governments who are at the front lines. Hosted by the LARC, the Los Angeles Regional Collaborative for Climate Action and Sustainability, attendees will include government officials, academics and businesses to talk about how to build a more sustainable SoCal. Topics of discussion:

  • tools to fund sustainability such as using offsets to add to the bottom line, collaborative purchasing, tariffs and partnerships

  • tools to strategize, including how governments can deal with CEQA and CARB, how climate planning can be integrated into water planning, and a look at the county's public health efforts

  • tools to build, including how electric vehicle programs work together, implementing SCAG's RTP/SCS and Metro's sustainability planning policy, increasing energy efficiency via retrofit despite increasing demands for electricity, and a look at new clean energy technology.

August 15 and 16 at the Renaissance Long Beach Hotel. More here.

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