Fall 2019

Fall 2019

The Bay Foundation Director Tom Ford Advocates for National Estuary Program Funding

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Tom Ford

Tom Ford speaks to the progress being made to address some of the challenges wrought by climate change in Santa Monica Bay and the ripple effect that such success can have when shared.

Santa Monica Meets the 'Living Building Challenge' By Designing the Greenest Municipal Building in the World

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Amber Richane

Amber Richane, Project Manager for the City of Santa Monica's new City Services Building, on the city's commitment to building the world's most sustainable public building.

LADOT's Seleta Reynolds: To Make Driving Alone a 'Last Resort,' Transit Must Be More Accessible & Equitable For Users

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Seleta Reynolds

LADOT GM Seleta Reynolds emphasizes the importance of taking a rider-side perspective when it comes to redesigning our transit system to maximize access for all Angelenos.

LA's First City Forest Officer Rachel Malarich Tasked with Treating Trees as Living Infrastructure

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Rachel Malarich

The City of LA’s first City Forest Officer, Rachel Malarich opines on her new role in facilitating cooperation between the City’s departments to achieve a more equitable urban canopy.

CARB's Mary Nichols Addresses Automaker's  Split Support for California's Emissions Waiver

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Mary Nichols

CARB's Mary Nichols addresses the state’s ongoing regulatory battles with the federal government over the California's efforts on air quality and climate action.

SCE's Carla Peterman on Balancing Risk, Impacts, & Costs of Catastrophic Wildfire

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Carla Peterman

Sr. VP of Regulatory Affairs for Southern California Edison, Carla Peterman, discusses regulatory solutions that balance the competing concerns of wildfire victims, ratepayers, and electric utilities.

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