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Women and children may be more vulnerable to climate impacts than other populations – but that doesn’t mean they’re silent. In communities around the world, they’re raising their voices and demanding climate action.

Each week we share the stories that shouldn’t be missed. Local climate leaders, the latest in community climate action, and new climate research are all featured to highlight the good news coming out of cities. 

We asked Path to Positive: Los Angeles members, "What inspires you to take action on climate change solutions in Los Angeles?" Here are some of their answers.

Each week we share the stories that shouldn’t be missed. Local climate leaders, the latest in community climate action, and new climate research are all featured to highlight the good news coming out of cities. 

How do you tackle an important issue like climate change when you can’t even talk about it? As is so often the case with sensitive topics, it’s all about the framing.

Each week we share the stories that shouldn’t be missed. Local climate leaders, the latest in community climate action, and new climate research are all featured to highlight the good news coming out of cities. 

This Week in Communities & Climate

Each week we share the stories that shouldn’t be missed. Local climate leaders, the latest in community climate action, and practical climate solutions are all featured to highlight the good news coming out of cities. 

How Communities Can Crack the Code

Many communities face the difficult task of retraining residents in the transition from fossil fuel industries to clean energy. However, one small city just may have unlocked the key to success. 

Climate communities week

Each week we share the stories that shouldn’t be missed. Local climate leaders, the latest in community climate action, and practical climate solutions are all featured to highlight the good news coming out of cities. 

Looking for Climate Solutions? Ask a Scientist.

Mayor Eric Garcetti and his team just proposed a bold goal—lowering the temperature in Los Angeles. See how they plan to do it, and how you can replicate their action in today's blog.