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Posted by Cary Belling on Monday, March 30, 2020
This piece draws parallels between needed action to deal with the crises of pandemics and climate change. It reminds us of how our individual constructive actions combine to create change on both a local and global level. Contemplation on the beauty of nature is encouraged, as it can support us in the current crises as well as compel us to get involved with restorative efforts like the Pasadena CSC.
A few days ago during a...
Tags: Earth Day 2020
Posted by Christy Moision on Wednesday, February 26, 2020
I attended the Climate Action Forum on Tuesday, February 4th to hear our candidates for Mayor and City Council answer questions about our city’s response to the climate crisis. The varied questions hit upon many possible solutions to our current situation. However, I came away feeling that Pasadena’s leadership has a blind spot when it comes to the extent of transportation’s effect on climate change.
Tags: bike network, Climate Forum, leadership
Posted by Wes R on Tuesday, January 28, 2020
David Robert Wolf (January 1, 1965 - December 21, 2019) was a lifelong Pasadenan, a visionary architect and urbanist, and a dear friend to many of us at Pasadena CSC. We grieve his loss, remember his life, and invite you to share in his vision of connection.
As we look to renewal in the first year of this decade, we also look to the past for guidance. Patterns of change tend to echo through time, and one of David’s gifts was the ability to see those patterns and make them visible to others.
David and his vision...
Tags: Arroyo Link, David Wolf, My City, Pasadena Passages, PasCSC
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