Los Angeles officials say the long term benefits of having the Endeavour in town as a tourist attraction outweigh the costs of removing the trees.
A recent polled showed that a strong majority of Los Angeles residents want to see the city’s power utility put the region’s abundant sunlight to better use.
For the fourth year in a row, Los Angeles tops the EPA’s annual list of U.S. cities with the most Energy Star certified buildings.
Los Angeles City Council has approved a feed-in tariff system which could see residents and businesses contributing up to 150 megawatts of solar energy to the city.
Natural Resources Defense Council a very appealing conceptual demonstration green project in the LA suburb of Pico Rivera, on the edge of the San Gabriel Valley.
Natural Resources Defense Council says a LAANE study shows Los Angeles needs more efficiency, more jobs, more economic and environmental benefits right in LA.
A new affordable housing community, the Crossings on 29th Street, opens in South Los Angeles with energy and water saving features and more.