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Los Angeles Just Transition Strategy

By various - Chief Sustainability Office, Los Angeles, December 10, 2022

The Just Transition Task Force (Task Force) was established by the City and County of Los Angeles Chief Sustainability Offices in 2021 to develop a Just Transition Strategy for workers and communities impact- ed by the proposed phase out of oil drilling and extraction activities in the City of Los Angeles and unin- corporated areas of L.A. County. Co-led by the County and City and facilitated by the Just Transition Fund, the Task Force and its subgroups met regularly from November 2021-November 2022 to develop Goals and Strategies, together with supporting Actions, to ensure a just transition for workers and communi- ties impacted by the phase out of oil drilling and extraction activities. The Goals, Strategies, and Actions included in this report were developed and approved in a 18-1 vote, with 7 abstentions, by members of the Just Transition Task Force.

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