California Faces "Existential" Dilemma As It Tackles Climate Change And The Housing Crisis

A mapping project in Los Angeles offers some answers on how 40 million residents can be housed while protecting natural resources, but it has also sparked controversy LOS ANGELES - Leonora Camner just has to open the windows of her home in Santa Monica to escape the increasingly frequent heat waves in Southern California, yet millions of Los Angeles County residents have to sit in a car for more than an hour to get to the beach. It takes Camner only a few minutes. Access to the coast is a matter of equity for her, something that motivated her to join the non-profit organization Vivienda Abundante.