Some say Lyft created Proposition 30 but if you know us and remember all the eblasts and Zoom calls we did about the need for climate and clean air action in 2020 and 2021 you know that isn't true.
Move LA and our Northern California partner SPUR began an online conversation with 70 elected officials, agency leaders, enviros and environmental justice and clean air advocates, labor and guests from the east and west coasts in 2020 after COVID hit—see our panelists HERE.
These conversations attracted hundreds of people to listen in and comment, which helped us come to a consensus about what we could do to address California's clean air and climate issues. Move LA's Eli Lipmen, Marisa Garcia, Denny Zane and others talk about the problems we face at the Port of LA HERE.
And look where we are now. On the verge—if you help us—of winning the Prop 30/#YesOn30 statewide ballot measure to clean the air, fight California's increasing number of deadly fires, and fund clean cars, SUVs, short-haul, medium- and heavy-duty long-haul trucks, transit and school buses, planes, trains and ships so that we can live to tell the tale years from now.
The climate change and clean air ballot measure dreamed up by us and other .orgs together with California leadership from government and many other sectors could very well become a reality if you VOTE YES.
This would happen even as the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, better known as COP27, begins discussions in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. This is becoming an ever more deadly serious discussion about what, if anything, our nations are going to do.
If we vote YES ON PROP 30 we may even make an impact on this important conference of worldwide leaders!
VOTE YES ON PROP 30 TODAY OR TOMORROW AND WE CAN WIN THIS! PLEASE!
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Gloria Ohland published this page in Blog 2022-11-07 21:24:18 -0800