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Jessica Wall, NRDC alum, Santa Monica

Jessica Wall

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Expanding light rail in LA means developing "complete streets" for local communities

Posted May 13, 2011 by Jessica Wall

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Once fully constructed, the Expo Light Rail Transit line will offer a crucial alternative to freeway gridlock and service an estimated 64,000 daily riders by 2030, allowing residents to travel from Santa Monica to Downtown in approximately 46 minutes. Already...continued

CicLAvia brings safe, enjoyable streets to the masses

Posted April 12, 2011 by Jessica Wall

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On Sunday, April 10th, Los Angeles celebrated its second CicLAvia, transforming 7.5 miles of city streets from the East Hollywood Bike District to East L.A.’s Hollenbeck Park into an alternative transit paradise from 10am to 3pm.  Photo: Damon Nagami Based...continued

Gender inequity highlights need for reform in water rights

Posted October 15, 2010 by Jessica Wall

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Thousands of bloggers have joined together today to celebrate Blog Action Day, an effort to unite online writers to raise awareness and instigate discussion on global water issues.  In my post, I want to focus on how lack of access...continued

May rolls in with Bike to Work Week

Posted May 17, 2010 by Jessica Wall

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May 17th marks the beginning of Bike to Work Week, when people from all over the country are encouraged to step out of their cars and onto a bike.  And as Secretary of Transportation, Ray LaHood, declared in March, we...continued

Photo Exhibit Illustrates Water's Dynamic Role

Posted May 3, 2010 by Jessica Wall

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On Wednesday, March 23rd, I had the pleasure of attending the “Water: Our Thirsty World” exhibit at the Annenberg Space for Photography with several of my coworkers.  The event, organized in partnership with National Geographic Magazine, highlights their April issue...continued


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