Climate Emergency Mobilization Office, City of Los Angeles
- Advocacy & Human Rights
- Emergency & Safety
- Race & Ethnicity
Location200 N Spring StreetRoom 361Los Angeles, CA 90012 United States
The office, guided by the principles of environmental justice, coordinates with the Mayor and City Council, and collaborates with City departments through meaningful engagement with frontline leaders and their communities.
The CEMO, established in 2021, will serve as the liaison to the Commission and community assemblies to shape policy, develop and execute an Equitable Climate Action Roadmap (ECAR) and accelerate realization of the City’s climate change mitigation goals. The Office will implement strategies within the City of LA in alignment with the Green New Deal, priorities and policies set by the Mayor, City Council, Board of Public Works and the Chief Sustainability Officers of every City department. The CEMO will work to identify and enact equitable strategies and policies to prevent, mitigate and undo impacts from pollution and economic disinvestments from our past - and to ensure that frontline communities have a strong voice in policy and decision-making in the City of Los Angeles.