After a year of shelter in place, it’s good to be able to laugh together while addressing the pressing issues of accelerating climate change along with the systemic racism and injustice perpetuated by our fossil fuel economy.
While Half Dome will remain half of a dome and Yosemite Valley is not going to be flooded for a microgrid (as far as we know!), The Climate Center is pleased to support two new bills in the California legislature. These bills will help California build an affordable, resilient, equitable and safe power grid with local, clean energy microgrids, prioritizing lower-income communities.
Check out the climate costs of concrete:
Learn about solutions:
- Rethinking Cement: Key to Lowering Greenhouse Gases: https://www.burnhamnationwide.com/final-review-blog/cement-and-lowering-greenhouse-gases
- Low-Carbon Concrete Can Fight Global Warming: https://www.asme.org/topics-resources/content/low-carbon-concrete-can-fight-global-warming#
- Alternative materials could shrink concrete’s giant carbon footprint: https://cen.acs.org/materials/inorganic-chemistry/Alternative-materials-shrink-concretes-giant/98/i45
- Low and zero emissions in the steel and cement industries: https://www.oecd.org/greengrowth/GGSD2019_IssuePaper_CementSteel.pdf
- Stronger, Cleaner, Greener Concrete: https://www.us-concrete.com/low-co2-concrete
Clean Mobility – Driving to 2030 with Speed and Equity April 28 at 10 AM, featuring Assemblymember Phil Ting; Rebecca Fisher, Bay Area Air Quality Management District; and Dr. Joseph K. Lyou, Coalition for Clean Air. Register here!