Cumulative Impact Work Group of Green LA

USC Professor
Manuel Pastor will present an overview of toxic air emissions and
exposure in LA neighborhoods.  Community members from East Los Angeles
and Wilmington will testify about environmental health conditions in
their neighborhoods, as well as describe a recent "Ground Truthing"
effort in which residents surveyed and mapped the industrial and
transportation-related hazards in specific areas.  Representatives from
Communities for a Better Environment and Eastyard Communities for
Environmental Justice will share some policy recommendations from the
CI Work Group with the Commissioners and Planning staff.

Please RSVP to

Los Angeles City Hall Room 1010
200 North Spring St

Los Angeles, CA 90012


AIA|LA: The Hollywood Community Plan

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Separate but Eco: Livable Communities for Whom?

Note: The authors are active advocates in the urban sustainability movement, focusing on non-motorized transportation in low-income urban areas. As mixed race women of color, we believe that we are in a unique position to bridge the advocacy communities trying to better conditions for the urban poor and for the environment. In this series, we […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

This week gets off to a slow start, but what do you expect when there’s a holiday on Tuesday. Starting Wednesday, things really start to pick up. Wednesday – Mayor Eric Garcetti will join ULI Los Angeles, a District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), for Transit Oriented LA – ToLA – an interactive event unveiling dramatic changes in transportation. At last […]