Natural Resources (California)

Natural Resources (California)

Climate Change
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From Carol Parker, Natural Resources Director

We have all experienced the poor air quality from all the wildfires in August and September. We have seen the smog in our air and the pictures of the horrific orange skies from the Bay Area and other places. We all know that this has been a truly bad start to fire season in the West.

2020 Census Count Me In

Action Alerts

Deadline to complete and return your census has been extended to October 31st.  Make your voice heard and participate in this important democractic process! 

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On September 8, 2020, the City of San Ramon City Council rejected an appeal and approved the potentially massive CityWalk Master Plan.

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Oversee and support the Oxford Climate Action Plan within the 3-year time limit (2020)

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The LWVT-PC finds finds that the work of retaining biodiversity is not reserved for rural areas and open spaces alone, and that land offering habitat for diverse native wildlife benefits the general public.

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We support measures to implement a long range recreational program consistent with the needs of Lexington.

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We support water conservation in Lexington.

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We support the promotion of alternatives to pesticides, its education throughout the community, development of pesticide policy for town use, and land use planning measures for conservation.

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