This Week in Communities & Climate

By path2positive

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. These are the top stories of the week:

LEADERSHIP:

John Kasich, Governor of Ohio, vetoed a bill that threatened renewables and would have stymied local economies. (USA TODAY)

Climate leader Katherine Hayhoe explained why we should all care about climate change. (EcoWatch)

 

CITY ACTION:

Cities are working together to combat climate change. (Curbed)

We saw some year-end wrap-ups of positive climate action from 2016. (Washington Post)

BLOG:

Our Weekly Blog looked at a couple of simple ways to implement immediate climate action plans in your city.

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