Vision 2012 LA


A Model Sustainability Agenda for Los Angeles' Next Mayor and City Council

October 10, 2012
|
Cara Horowitz, Megan M. Herzog, Sean B. Hecht, Katie Mika, Mark Gold, Xiao Zhang

Faculty and researchers at the Emmett Center on Climate Change and the Environment, UCLA's Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, and the law school's Evan Frankel Environmental Law and Policy Program have crafted the first comprehensive environmental sustainability plan for the city of Los Angeles. Vision 2021 LA addresses all the major impacts the city has on the environment — from energy, air and water to environmental justice and the green economy. It contains 11 target areas, 24 goals and hundreds of benchmarks to ensure accountability. Vision 2021 LA seeks to turn Los Angeles into the greenest big city in the nation, with a heavy focus on decarbonization, or reducing the city's carbon footprint.

Download publication

News
See All
Jun 10, 2021

Comment Letter Supporting EPA’s Corporate Average Fuel Economy Preemption Rule

Read More
Jan 28, 2021

Building toward Decarbonization

Read More