Leadership Hermosa Beach and the U.S. Green Building Council-LA (South Bay Chapter) are championing Energy Upgrade California, and they invite you to attend a home tour of an Energy Upgrade in Action at the Fortunato's Green Idea House in Hermosa Beach. Home tours will be conducted at 12 p.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3 p.m.
At this special homeowner workshop, you will be able to learn about Energy Upgrade California, an unprecedented partnership of the California Energy Commission (CEC), the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), investor-owned and municipal utilities, local governments, and other stakeholders to promote a uniform, statewide energy efficiency program.
Please join Heal the Bay at a networking, discussion and SMMUSD sustainability update.
So much work has been done by active parents to improve the health and sustainability of SMMUSD schools and our community. Our collective hope is that these improvements themselves are sustainable. There are lessons to learn from one another and more work needs to be done to institutionalize sustainability in our local schools. It can't come from one school. Together we make a difference.
Come to Public Water Works! screening of the documentary film FLOW, Irena Salina's award-winning documentary investigation into what experts label the most important political and environmental issue of the 21st Century - The World Water Crisis.
Here in L.A. we know that access to clean, safe drinking water is essential for life. But over the last 35 years, funding and support for our tap water has dried-up, which threatens our access to clean water. Although we already have a public system that brings water to our homes, we are letting that system fall apart.
Energy Upgrade California in Los Angeles County invites you to an Open House in Canoga Park.
This is a great opportunity to see the various elements of a completed Energy Upgrade home achieving over 40% energy savings. You can also win a $300 coupon for money off your own home assessment cost!
G2 Gallery presents the screening of Pipe Dreams, followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Leslie Iwerks and a Tar Sands Photography Exhibit by Garth Lenz.
The 39-minute short film Pipe Dreams, narrated by actress Daryl Hannah, features never-before-seen footage of Midwest ranchers battling for the health of their homeland against the potentially devastating pipeline project.