The L.A. City Council will vote on Friday, September 16 to direct the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power to study investments needed to achieve 100% clean, renewable energy in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles is currently on track to get off coal by 2025, but LADWP wants to burn more fracked gas in its place. After the largest gas leak in U.S. history affected Angelenos and displaced over 15,000 residents, it’s time to put L.A. on a path to 100% renewable energy. Join us to give testimony at City Council and for a press conference after!
What: Motion to Study 100% Renewable Energy for Los Angeles
When: Friday, September 16 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Where: 200 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, CA 90012 (we’ll meet in Council chambers at 9:30, and then on the west steps of City Hall, across from Grand Park, for the press conference at 11:00)
This is a big first step for the City of Los Angeles for a path to 100% renewable energy. We need your help to tell City Council why Los Angeles must be a leader on climate and environment and move away from fossil fuels!
Senior SoCal Organizer
Food & Water Watch