Let’s put a climate bond on the November 2024 ballot

League's Sam Hodder talks about what a climate bond could mean for the redwoods

League President and CEO Sam Hodder talks a little bit about what a climate bond could mean for the redwoods, as well as communities throughout California.

It is critical that our legislators work to craft and pass a single climate bond proposal in the upcoming legislative session to ensure that the state has the funding to improve and protect water and air quality, strengthen community resilience, mitigate wildfires, and protect natural resources in the coming years. Californians will continue to suffer from the severe impacts of drought, wildfire, and extreme weather events until the state prioritizes climate investment. 

Save the Redwoods League has joined a broad coalition of conservation organizations calling on the Legislature to place a $15 billion climate bond on the 2024 ballot—and we need your voice.

If you live in California, send a message to your legislators right now, asking them to let the voters decide on a climate bond this November.

About the author

Garrison Frost is the League's former Director of Communications.

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One Response to “Let’s put a climate bond on the November 2024 ballot”

  1. Lurlie Edgecomb

    Let the people’s voices be heard! The time is now to work on climate problems! Let the legislature lead us forward.


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