A daytime event discussing and celebrating local solutions to climate change

That's a wrap!

THANKS for making the event a success! You were one of 1499 Angelenos who registered for Climate Day LA on Tuesday at The Theatre at Ace Hotel (seriously impressive, but couldn't we have just one more sign up?!), and we couldn't have done it without you.

From the pop-ups, VR experiences, and exhibitors upstairs, to the action-oriented conversations downstairs, we're proud of Los Angeles for showing up and showing out!

If you missed any of the opportunities onsite, here is a recap to keep the momentum going:

  • Get involved by signing up with the Path to Positive LA initiative. This is the premier network for cutting-edge communications materials that will help you level up your climate leadership and connect you with the diverse community that came together at CDLA.
  • We offered three Engagements in Action throughout the day. You can still participate by adding your support via our website:
  • Relive the fun! Check out Climate Resolve's Storify for a recap of the day and the photo gallery below by Quinn Tucker of Quasar Media:

We're excited to build on the energy and determination you brought to Climate Day LA -- now more than ever. Onward, The Climate Day LA Team

Thank you to our Speakers!

  • Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti
  • Bob Perkowitz, President, ecoAmerica
  • Romel Pascual, Executive Director, CicLAvia
  • 41st Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa
  • Gloria Arellanes, Tongva Elder
  • Jonathan Parfrey, Executive Director, Climate Resolve
  • Tom Steyer, Founder, NextGen Climate
  • Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia
  • Jacquelyn Dupont-Walker, Director, Social Action Commission, First African Methodist
  • Episcopal Church
  • Rachelle Reyes Wenger, Director, Public Policy and Community Advocacy, Dignity Health
  • Laura Renger, Principal Manager, Air & Climate, SoCal Edison
  • Dr. Mark Gold, Associate Vice Chancellor, UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability
  • Angelina Galiteva, Founder and Board Chair, Renewables 100 Policy Institute
  • Avishay Artsy, Producer, KCRW's Design and Architecture
  • Aura Vasquez, Commissioner, LADWP
  • Araceli Vasquez, Governing Councilmember, LA County Women & Girls Initiative
  • Edina Lekovic, Consultant, Muslim Public Affairs Council
  • Nourbese Flint, Policy Director, Black Women for Wellness
  • Kiana Lucero, Project Coordinator, Institute for Sustainability, CSU Northridge
  • El Monte Mayor Andre Quintero