2015-16 Impact

2015-16 Service Year Impact

In the 2015-16 service year, the second year of the CivicSpark program, 48 Climate Action fellows provided over 79,000 hours of service to support 36 projects throughout California to help build local government capacity to respond to climate change.


Community Members Engaged
Energy Opportunity Assessments
Community Workshops
Energy Banchmarking Assessments
Inventories Completed
Vulnerability Assessments
Climate or Energy Action Plans

CivicSpark: Lessons Learned Webinars

On August 23rd and 24th, fellows within the Southern California, Central Coast, and Los Angeles regions were part of a webinar series where they discussed lessons learned and best practices from their various projects. To view the recordings of the webinars, click on the following links:

Lessons Learned from the Southern California region

Lessons Learned from the Central Coast and Los Angeles regions

Capstone Posters

View the project posters for the Northern California regions – North Coast, Sierra Nevada, and Sacramento

View the project posters for the Central California regions – Bay Area (North and South), and the Central Valley

View the project posters for the Southern California regions – Central Coast, Los Angeles, and Southern California