Climate Change

Climate Change

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Blog Post

From Carol Parker, Natural Resources Director

2020 has been a hard year for hope. If we put all the other traumatic things about this year aside for just a moment, climate change remains one of our biggest existential threats. This enormity of threat can be so daunting that many of us find it hard to take action or even hope for a solution.

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In this letter, Eric Moll, Mason Health CEO and Superintendent of Public Health District No. 1 of Mason County, responds to the League regarding environmental sustainability and climate change.
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Event Date: 
Nov 7 2020 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
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Online Only, Google Meet

ATTEND THE POST-ELECTION ACTION-ADVOCACY MEETING
BRING ISSUES YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADVOCATE FOR AND TAKE ACTION ON

WHAT IS IMPORTANT TO BOTH THE LEAGUE AND TO YOU?

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Action Alerts

TELL YOUR STATE LEGISLATORS: VOTE YES

ON AB 1080 AND SB 54

(Allen and Gonzalez) The California Circular Economy and Plastic Pollution Reduction Acts

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Blog Post

From Carol Parker, Natural Resources Director

We have all experienced the poor air quality from all the wildfires in August and September. We have seen the smog in our air and the pictures of the horrific orange skies from the Bay Area and other places. We all know that this has been a truly bad start to fire season in the West.

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Oversee and support the Oxford Climate Action Plan within the 3-year time limit (2020)
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The Union of Concerned Scientists  Press Release October 29, 2020

Scientists Share Coping Strategies for San Joaquin Valley Households: The Risk of Extreme Climate Impacts

for a copy of the entire guide go to www.ucsusa.org/resources/climate-change-san-joaquin-valley

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The County of San Mateo is updating its Climate Action Plan.  The goal of the plan is to create strategies and programs to reduce the impact of human activities on climate change.  The County's Office of Sustain

Member's Spotlight

Heat records are being broken, glaciers are melting, and the seas are rising. We have
reached a point where no matter what we do, we cannot avoid a very different climate

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