Skip to main content

Category: Climate Justice

Revitalizing L.A. River G2 Taylor Yard Community Needs, Community Engagement, Site Tours Jan 20

The G2 land parcel at Taylor Yard is the next great park along the L.A. River in a community that is park poor, income poor, and of color. Take part in site tours and workshops to ensure the City hears your […]

Healthy Living in the Parklands AARP Open Spaces Work Group #healthylivingparklands

AARP Open Spaces Work Group work shop on parks, health, and older adults. Descanso Gardens Tea House, Jan. 17, 2018. L-R Carolyn De Vinny AARP, David McNeil Baldwin Hills Conservancy, Jane Beesley L.A. County Recreation & Parks Open Space District, […]

Healthy Living in the Parklands for All! #healthylivingparklands

Visit regularly for updates! Baldwin Hills Park People, Wildlife, Places, and Values The Healthy Living in the Parklands Initiative gets people active and healthy through parks, schools, museums, and health centers. Diverse allies are working on people, wildlife, places, […]

National Academy of Medicine #PromoteHealthEquity #TakeActionComics One of the top 5 most downloaded reports by the National Academies of 323 released in 2017! […]

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Hike

Willis Creek Narrows Trail in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument The City Project’s Tim Mok visits Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Visit The City Project’s work with diverse allies #MonumentsForAll! […]

The Year in Pictures 2017 Please Support The City Project!

Please donate now to support our work on equal justice, democracy, and livability for all! And make all your Amazon purchases at and Amazon donates to The City Project! Click on the captions for more information. GreenLatinos Living Legacy Award The City Project […]

Dr. James Weinstein Improving Health Equity and Health Care The Social Determinants of Health

Dr. Weinstein writes: Equality and equal opportunity are deeply rooted in our national values, wherein everyone has a fair shot to succeed with hard work. That said, there remain unacceptable disparities and inequities in our society and around the world. […]

Parar la pared para proteger a personas, vida silvestre, lugares y valores #stopthewall

El muro fronterizo entre Estados Unidos y México amenaza a las comunidades marginadas y a las especies en peligro de extinción, además de encarnar odio y división. In English La región fronteriza es sagrada para los pueblos indígenas como los […]

Survival Stories: Lessons on how to cover climate change Columbia Journalism Review Dec 11 6-7:30 L.A. pm

Even as California emerges as the US beacon for climate change action, its residents still must grapple with the many ways in which carbon emissions and warming temperatures shape their lives. Join the Columbia Journalism Review for a discussion about […]

Strengthen NEPA and Fund Full and Fair Environmental Review for All! GreenLatinos The City Project

GreenLatinos and The City Project submitted public comments on “Modernizing NEPA for the 21st Century” for the hearing before the House Natural Resources Committee on November 29, 2017. We support strengthening the law, and full funding, to enable fair and efficient […]