Welcome to CASA
CASA (Community Action for a Sustainable Alameda) is a community-wide coalition dedicated to raising awareness, mobilizing community action, and facilitating the implementation of programs to achieve the goal of Alameda’s Local Action Plan for Climate Protection and to increase community sustainability and well-being.
Find out how you can be involved here.
Water Quality & Flood Protection Initiative and Fee
Alameda’s Water Quality & Flood Protection Initiative passed! 57-43% – Thank you Alameda for investing in our future!
Alameda is an island and is vulnerable to sea level rise. CASA participated in all of the public meetings leading up to the City Council adoption of the Climate Action and Resiliency Plan (CARP) and learned that our storm water system is a critical piece of the infrastructure that will help make our island more resilient to the impacts of sea level rise.
Discussion with the Author
On September 22nd, CASA and the Alameda Free Library hosted Justine Burt who presented highlights from her new book…
Urban Forest Research
A vibrant urban forest can help protect us from the impacts of climate change, sequester carbon, increase property values, and promote social equity.
Come hear the research conducted by CASA’s Brown University winter intern Kian Kafaie on Wednesday, January 15th at 6 p.m. in the Stafford Room at the Alameda Free Libary, 1550 Oak Street, Alameda, CA 94501.
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