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.
A sleek LV series prefabricated home with solar panels and other green features by Rocio Romero will be open to the public in Los Angeles starting in November.
The city’s often-troubled solar incentives program comes through with 22 megawatts, more than double the previous year’s installed capacity.
Natural Resources Defense Council reports on how the LADWP has adopted guiding principles for the development and implementation of its energy efficiency portfolio.