Written by Felipe Escobar, Community Organizer
March 9, 2017
Written by: Yvette Lopez-Ledesma, Deputy Director Pacoima Beautiful
The residents of Pacoima and its surrounding communities recently experienced the hottest summer ever recorded in California.
After two years of hard work, the coalition RePower LA successfully helped pass their Community Solar pilot program. The first phase of the program, "Solar Rooftops" will provide homeowners in lower-income communities access to solar energy.
On December 12, 2016 the Los Angeles City Council unanimously voted to approve the Zero Waste LA exclusive franchise system.
The Youth Water Conservation and Energy Efficiency Education Project led by Pacoima Beautiful with students and teachers from San Fernando High School and Cesar Chavez Learning Academies (CCLA) increased water and energy literacy of approximately 1,200 LADWP customers and
Amidst all the talk of voter turnout for this year's presidential election, our YUTEP alumni, Timothy Barona gave an inside look to La Opinion on what is motivating members of Generation Z to go out and vote.
The impact of environmental pollution is exemplified by the daily experiences that our community member, Amparo Lujan has with the current waste system.
This past summer our youth took on the mission to investigate what place solar energy has in the community of Pacoima.
Join our partners at Discovery Cube for their Annual Gingerbread Competition!