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Our Vision

As we come to grips with the COVID-19 crisis, our community cannot lose sight of the related and equally grave crisis that continues to unfold – the climate and ecological crisis. Communities across the globe are called to develop a deeper understanding of the threats and consequences of climate inaction, envision and implement new ways of living, address climate and environmental injustice, and advocate for dramatic change. Otherwise, we stand little chance of “flattening the curve” of increasing emissions and environmental destruction.

 

Pacific Palisades is blessed with admirable civic, cultural, and religious institutions undergirding our communal life. By bringing together neighbors and local institutions to address climate change, ecological degradation, and environmental injustice, we can help to build a resilient future for the Palisades and for the city and parkland that surrounds us.

 

Resilient Palisades is a 501(c)(3) organization of Pacific Palisades neighbors committed to local, national, and global action to address the climate and ecological crisis.

Our Plan

Learn about the climate and ecological crisis and explore ways to build resilience and slow warming. Learn more

Implement positive sustainable changes in our way of life, from our homes, to our workplaces, to our stores and public spaces. Learn more

Advocate for climate friendly policies and laws and demonstrate that there is a mandate for bolder government action to combat climate change and ecological degradation. Stand with fellow Angelenos in combating unjust systems and practices that disproportionately harm the most vulnerable in Los Angeles’ communities and beyond. Learn more

Blog

Plastics Problems and Policy Solutions

3 June

We have more plastic problems than ever since the pandemic began. Most of us have increased our plastic use as we order more takeout in plastic.  Furthermore, using the pandemic as an excuse, the plastic industry pushed for and obtained misguided rollbacks in plastic waste regulation, like a temporary suspension of the California plastic bag ban although reusable bags have not been shown to be a vector for the virus.

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