Month: October 2020

EOPCA urges Governor Newsom to learn from Culver City and help cities across the state

PRESS RELEASES Elected Officials to Protect California see Culver City as an example for other municipalities EOPCA urges Governor Newsom to learn from Culver City and help cities across the state Culver City took a stand towards independence from the oil industry late in the evening of October 26, when the council voted unanimously in …

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Over 100 economists and EOPA say clean energy policies will rebuild our economy for all

Over 100 economists and EOPA say clean energy policies will rebuild our economy for all Elected Officials to Protect America urge national action on a Climate Emergency Plan According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the average global temperature in September was 1.75 degrees above the 20th-century average. 2020 is on track to be …

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Climate change exasperates violence against women worldwide — Ginsburg’s example helped mitigate bad outcomes

450+ Elected Officials from 40 States Declare Climate Crisis an Emergency; Call for National Plan to Phase Out Fossil Fuels Echoing AOC-Sanders, LA, and NYC Resolutions Declaring a Climate Emergency, Officials Say Keeping Fossil Fuels in the Ground Necessary to Protect Public Health and Lead on Climate Crisis Op-ed by State Rep. Mark Cardenas WASHINGTON, …

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Elected Officials to Protect CA to Newsom: No more flip-flops

PRESS RELEASES Elected Officials to Protect CA to Newsom: No more flip-flops Culver City, and Ventura County show Gov. Newsom it is possible to protect citizens from drilling and create jobs while phasing out fossil fuels Regardless of California’s reputation as an environmental leader fighting climate change, the state seems to have forgotten what’s most …

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