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Is Hydrogen the Clean Fuel of the Future? With Ashley Kosak from Fractracker Alliance

The fossil fuel industry has been promoting hydrogen as a reliable, low carbon, next-generation fuel to power cars, heat homes, and generate electricity. However, currently 99% of the annual supply of hydrogen comes from fracked methane gas. So will switching to hydrogen only lock us into continued fossil fuel use and additional investments in fossil fuel infrastructure?

National Day of Remembrance for Indian Boarding Schools – Sept 30

National Day of Remembrance for Children Unearthed at Indian Boarding Schools in Canada and the US – September 30 LOS ANGELES — In solidarity with communities in the U.S. and Canada, we will be honoring September 30 as a National Day of Remembrance for Indian Boarding Schools at the Canadian Consulate.

Los Angeles to Prez Biden: Build Back Fossil Free and Stop Tar Sands Pipelines

SoCal 350 Climate Action held Build Back Fossil Free COVID-safe actions around Los Angeles to demand that President Biden use his executive powers to stop the Line 3 and Dakota Access Pipelines. We also emphasized local and statewide issues like 100% Clean, Renewable Energy for LA, outlawing neighborhood oil and gas drilling and storage locally and statewide, and calling upon the California Coastal Commission to deny crude importation permits to Chevron until they pay their $9.5 billion debt to Ecuador for dumping and spills committed for decades in the Amazon River Basin.

We Demand 100% Renewable Energy by 2035

LADWP has been slow when it comes to transitioning away from fossil fuels. In fact, it is one of the few utilities in California that still relies on coal. But there is an opportunity for LADWP to become a leader in the state, by embracing a pathway to 100% renewable energy by 2035.