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Earth Day Community Events


The climate crisis is here: rising temperatures, fewer inches of rain, and an increase in wildfires, all of which are here to stay. But, that doesn’t mean we are frozen in motion. There are still many courses of action we can take to mitigate the effects of climate change.

I, along with my Assembly colleagues, are working on legislation to address these new challenges. I would like to highlight my new bill, AB 2446, which would create a pilot project for zero-emissions housing on state property and establish a Housing Carbon Credit Program (HCCP) as a Greenhouse Gas (GHG) reduction strategy for the housing sector. Additionally, I have introduced AB 1919, which would seek to have transit agencies across our state provide fare-free transit passes to youth 25 years or younger. This bill would make California the first in the nation to comprehensively provide access to transit to its youth.

See below for a list of actions you can do to strengthen the environment:

Here are list of community events:

Friday, April 22
4 – 8:30 p.m.
Earth Day Festival and Expo
Hosted by: City of Pasadena

Friday, April 22
4 – 5 p.m.
Picture Perfect Library Park Scavenger Hunt
Hosted by: Monrovia Public Library

Sunday, April 24
1 – 2 p.m.
Earth Day Upland Celebration
Hosted by: Upland City Council

Sunday, April 24
8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Earth Day 2022
Hosted by: City of Claremont

Together, we will all work to create a better and healthier future.