Neighborhood Council Sustainability Alliance

The Neighborhood Council Sustainability Alliance (NCSA) advances sustainability and resilience across Los Angeles through advocacy, sharing of best practices, and community action.

The NCSA holds regular public forums and events, and collaborates with Neighborhood Councils, public agencies, and environmental and other community organizations to support effective engagement on L.A.’s Sustainable City Plan, drought response strategies, climate action, and other timely sustainability issues.

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    Cool Blocks LA for LA2050 Grant Challange

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    Imagine blocks of neighbors across the city reducing both their carbon and water footprints by an average of 25% while getting to know one another and building their personal and shared resiliency. 

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    NC Online Water Resource Hub Update

    WATER_hubupdate_2.pngNCSA online water resource hub project team joins forces with USC Code the Change group

    Building on feedback generated at a Neighborhood Council (NC) stakeholder engagement workshop held in May, a team of NCSA and NC volunteers from across the city have joined forces with USC’s “Code the Change” program -- which selects one “social good” or nonprofit software development project per semester --  to develop an online water conservation resource sharing hub for Neighborhood Councils. 

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