The Green L.A. Coalition is a broad coalition of over 100 environmental and environmental justice groups in Los Angeles.  At the time of this writing, the overall coalition is planning a big website, but right now there’s not much about us on the web.  You can, however, read this brochure – it’s from a couple years ago, but still pretty much valid.


3 Responses to “About Green L.A. Coalition”

  1. Chris Pace said

    Good morning. I found your contact information via the National Complete Streets Coalition website.

    As part of the Mississippi Safe Routes to School State Network we have set up a Complete Streets Action Committee. Our first goal is to contact and learn from other State Networks any information we can that will help us set up Complete Streets guidelines for Federal, State and Local level projects.

    We are very excited about moving forward.

    Would you be willing to share information (maybe via a teleconference call in the future), or could you provide contact information for someone that might be interested?

    Thank you in advance and we look forward to hearing from you!

    Best regards,

    • Yekwon said


      I’ve been having a big interest in Green L.A.Transportation working group. I was impressed by this website tho. As a matter of fact, I go to USC, and studying sociology. I have an important research project in fall2010. I’d like to intend to study about this organization and know much more about your group as a L.A. citizen. If you can give me an opportunity to research your group, really really appreciate it. Hope to contact you guys via email as soon as possible. I’ll wait for your response! Please let me know via my school email( Thanks so much!!!:)

  2. Jessica said

    We’d love to hear your thoughts on Zócalo’s latest piece on California’s proposed high-speed rail system, “Why Not Blow $9 Billion on a Cool Train?”

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