As Southern California faces a hotter, drier future with longer periods of sustained heat, its cities and residents face new challenges to ensuring urban safety. Recent research shows heat-related mortality increasing under this “new normal” – and it shows urban tree canopy is critical in protecting people and communities.
Discuss with Los Angeles leaders how to achieve the shifts necessary in urban planning, policy and public health to protect communities from severe heat and ensure a resilient future for the region.
This event is free but space is limited. Registration Required.
200 N Spring St
Los Angeles, CA 90012
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