The City of Manhattan Beach has a strong history of moving towards sustainability and is currently working on lowering carbon emissions, taking climate action, proactively developing climate adaptation strategies, and ultimately creating a climate resilient community. The City's efforts have not only kept us on track with state requirements for renewable energy (SB 100), waste diversion( AB 341) and climate adaptation (SB 379), they have also allowed us to surpass deadline goals for some State policies. California's Assembly Bill 32 (the California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006), set the State's goal for a more sustainable future. City of Manhattan Beach received grant funding from the California Coastal Commission to conduct a Sea Level Rise Risk and Vulnerability Assessments, develop a Climate Adaptation Plan, and update the City's LCP-LUP.
Discover how Manhattan Beach is making strides in Climate Action and Climate Adaptation: