Climate Change Resources

http://www.publichealth.lacounty.gov/eh/climatechange/

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/los-angeles-adapt-to-climate-change/

Climate change will cause the most “amenity havoc” for cities in California. San Francisco, San Diego, and Los Angeles are all expected to be big climate amenity losers (https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/los-angeles-adapt-to-climate-change/)

https://medium.com/s/2069/los-angeles-is-burning-f9fab1c212cb

Downtown Los Angeles could experience up to 54 days measuring 95 degrees or higher by 2100, a ninefold jump. By then, temperatures in Riverside could reach over 95 degrees for half the year. (https://medium.com/s/2069/los-angeles-is-burning-f9fab1c212cb)

https://www.businessinsider.com/climate-change-affect-on-los-angeles-2014-6#but-the-thermometer-is-rising-4

From 1878 to 2005, Los Angeles temperatures rose 4 degrees on average, climbing from around 62 degrees to 66 degrees. (https://www.businessinsider.com/climate-change-affect-on-los-angeles-2014-6#but-the-thermometer-is-rising-4)

https://www.ioes.ucla.edu/project/climate-change-in-the-los-angeles-region/

“Because temperature increases cause a greater share of winter precipitation to fall as rain instead of snow, snowfall in the region’s mountains will be reduced.” (https://www.ioes.ucla.edu/project/climate-change-in-the-los-angeles-region/)