Eric Garcetti campaigned on a big solar expansion in Los Angeles, and with change afoot at the LADWP, activists are reminding him of that.
Los Angeles becomes the first major city to require that residential roofs use materials that reflect the sunlight, cooling buildings and the city.
The Spring Street Park is a marvelous example of how much good you can do with a tiny bit of land.
Los Angeles embraces an expanded electric vehicle charger rebate program, making it one of the cheapest places in the nation to own and operate an EV.
Suddenly pre-fab seems like short for pretty fabulous.
Using an old Shwinn, Peddler’s Creamery gives LA a scoop of human-powered goodness.
The electric car maker Coda continues to spiral downward, and it’s already being referred to as leading mayoral candidate Eric Garcetti’s “Solyndra.”
Renewable energy in sunny Los Angeles gets a boost as the city uncorks “the largest urban rooftop solar program of its kind in the nation.”
A group of architects and engineers have developed a plan for turning billboards into suspended bamboo gardens that clean up urban air — and seek your support.
A new high-density housing development (enabled by LA’s 2004 Small Lot Ordinance) slated for Echo Park will be centered around a pedestrian/cycling street.
The Sierra Club reports on how the Los Angeles City Council approved the L.A. Department of Water and Power’s plan to invest in clean energy over coal.