A new affordable housing community, the Crossings on 29th Street, opens in South Los Angeles with energy and water saving features and more.
A Natural Resources Defense Council staffer talks about how the car centric culture of Los Angeles might be ripe for a more fuel efficient vehicle environment.
Los Angeles joins with the Clinton Climate Initiative and C40, with help from the Recovery Act, to fund energy efficient retrofits for commerical buildings.
The Clinton Global Initiative cheers AEG’s LA Farmers Field plan as “a sustainable entertainment and business development in a major urban area.”
A new group purchasing program in Los Angeles County offers discounts and leases for photovoltaic installations for homes, businesses and nonprofits.
The Walter J Towers Project parking-lot solar project on Wilshire Boulevard will trim the building’s energy costs by as much as 30 percent, developers say.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is resurrecting its incentive program for solar panel installations after a five-month suspension.
A recent study finds Los Angeles to have the nation’s highest green job rate – around 180,000 – and that it is expected to double by 2040.
The Fortunatos’ Hermosa Beach home will be undergo a net zero renovation for around $400,000, including solar and wind power, and energy efficient design.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power hopes new funding and reduced rebates can puts its overrun solar incentive program on sound footing.