December 5, 2012 -- Cara Horowitz, the Andrew Sabin Family Foundation executive director of the Emmett Center on Climate Change and the Environment, commented on a new report release by UCLA researchers on environmental sustainability for Los Angeles. Her comments appear in a Los Angeles Times article.
Better land-use planning, increased enforcement and targeted economic development could enhance the quality of life for all Angelenos, UCLA law professor Cara Horowitz said.
"Our hope is to give people a road map showing where we should be going as a city so that they have a sense of where best to place their hopes and energies," Horowitz said.
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She discusses the report in a ClimateWire article as well. To read it, click here.
The report is also cited in LA Observed and in an interview on KCRW-FM's "Which Way, L.A.?."