Natural Resources Committee

Natural Resources Committee

The Natural Resources Committee develops education and advocacy activities and forums related to environmental issues.
Current initiatives include:

  • 7th Annual Climate Forum
  • Local education, including League Days
  • Advocacy for state and local environmental issues.

Committee Co-Chairs: Maureen Johnston, Kitty Kroger

League to which this content belongs: 
Pasadena Area

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News

On Thursday, April 16, the LWV-PA cosponsored an interactive meeting that included a panel of experts and local activists.

News

Part 3—Ways to Improve VSAP

Here are one poll worker’s suggestions to improve and speed up the process of voting in L.A. County:

Earth
Event Date: 
Mar 28 2020 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Event location: 

First United Methodist Church

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News

Mark your calendars! The Natural Resources Committee will hold its Ninth Annual Climate Change Forum on March 28, 2020, from 9:00 a.m. to noon at the First United Methodist Church, 500 East Colorado Blvd., Pasadena.

League @Nite October 17, 2019
Event Date: 
Oct 17 2019 - 6:45pm to 9:00pm
Event location: 

Altadena Community Center

Climate Change Youth Strikes

The League of Women Voters of California recognizes that climate change has reached the level of an emergency and stands with youth in fighting for action in the International Climate Strike. School strikers have invited everyone to show solidarity with them on Friday, September 20 and throughout the week, culminating in a final climate march on September 27.

The DreamtLand
Event Date: 
May 21 2019 - 11:30am
Event location: 

The Depot

A vivid, searching journey into California’s capture of water and soil——an epic story of a people’s defiance of nature and the wonders, and ruin, it has wrought

Recycled Water: A Reliable Supply in Unreliable Times
News

Now that the snowpack is not a reliable resource, as a state, we have to get serious about keeping water on the land and not having it go as quickly as possible out to the ocean. This means a total revamp of how we have managed water in California. Besides stormwater capture or building more dams, one of the ways to accomplish this is to recycle water: a proven concept. The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) and the Los Angeles Sanitation District have teamed up and are planning to build a recycling water plant in Carson, CA.

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agriculture study

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