SBESC – Here’s to 20 More – South Bay Cities Council of Governments Celebrates 20 Years of Environmental Service to the South Bay

The SBCCOG celebrates the 20th anniversary of its South Bay Environmental Services Center.

2023-11-20T15:31:49-08:00November 20, 2023|

Giving is Receiving – Volunteers Get Back as Much as They Give While Advancing the SBCCOG’s Mission for the South Bay

SBCCOG Celebrates the work of its volunteers on climate action, transportation and other subregional goals.

2023-12-19T15:17:20-08:00November 20, 2023|

City Showcase – Solar Panel Gift Keeps Multigenerational Carson Household Cool While Going Green

A Carson retiree is keeping cool in the summer months thanks to a solar power gift through the GRID Alternatives Los Angeles program.

2023-11-29T15:52:41-08:00November 20, 2023|

Perspective – Our Future is Blue – Nonprofit AltaSea Taps Ocean Resources to Solve Eco-Challenges

Local nonprofit AltaSea at the Port of Los Angeles has developed a model to unleash the power of the ocean to meet environmental challenges by harnessing the "blue economy."

2023-06-09T17:06:32-07:00June 9, 2023|

Perspective – The Future of Electric Service Will Be Decentralized and Democratized, with Cities Leading the Way

Today, new climate-driven energy needs and the emergence of clean, high-performing “distributed energy resources” (DERs) are challenging this paradigm with possibilities for local decision-making and investment in electricity production, supply and use.

2023-04-13T16:22:28-07:00March 5, 2023|

SBCCOG Launches the 2023 South Bay Energy and Climate Recognition Program

The South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG), in partnership with the Southern California Regional Energy Network (SoCalREN), has launched the 2023 South Bay Energy and Climate Recognition Program to celebrate South Bay cities for their efforts in pursuing energy efficiency initiatives and sustainability-related tasks. South Bay cities that are [...]

2023-04-19T09:23:15-07:00March 5, 2023|
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