Los Angeles is the most populous city in the United States, with a population of nearly 1.5 billion.
It’s also home to some of the most iconic landmarks in the country, including the Empire State Building, Disneyland, the Hollywood Sign, and the iconic LA Zoo.
With the Los Angeles Aquarium and SeaWorld in the process of closing, a major plan is now underway to save the entire city from extinction.
It comes as a result of a citywide initiative, called LA Resilience, launched by the city and its residents.
It aims to protect and preserve the city’s historic buildings, parks, and neighborhoods, with the goal of creating a livable, sustainable, and sustainable future for Los Angeles.
To that end, the city recently announced it would be building a $1 billion facility to protect the city from the effects of climate change.
But the city also has some environmental concerns about the plan.
In a press release, Mayor Eric Garcetti says the plan “does not protect the environment, which is a reality for millions of Los Angeles residents and visitors.”
“Climate change is a serious issue that threatens the environment at a time when it’s already facing extreme weather events, a sea level rise that is accelerating and the possibility of extreme weather impacts that could endanger the public health and safety of our residents,” Garcetti said.
“While LA Resiliency’s plan focuses on protecting historic buildings and parks, it’s also critical to protect our natural environment as well.
This plan includes investments in green infrastructure and sustainable energy, and it will also help us develop our resilience to climate change.”
LA Resillience has been running since March, and LA City Councilmember Lina Nishimura is leading the effort.
Nishimura, who is also the city director for the Los Angles Alliance for the Environment, says the city is in the midst of an environmental transformation that has already affected our water, air, and land.
Nishamura says she is proud of the progress LA Resiltion has made and is hopeful that LA will be able to achieve a more sustainable future.
“The LA Resils, our goal is to make LA a sustainable, livable city by 2020,” she says.
“That means we must take a new, bold approach to sustainable development, building better water and wastewater treatment plants, using sustainable, renewable energy sources like solar and wind power, and building smarter energy efficiency, including smart grids and smart cities.”
In May, the LA Aquarium opened its new facility.
It will have more than 1,300 fish and wildlife species and more than 20,000 fish tanks, as well as a 100-foot tall water slide and underwater museum.
The park is expected to be a big draw for visitors.
But some residents say the aquarium and Seaworld exhibit don’t do enough to protect them from climate change and the impacts of climate disruption.
“These are places that should be protected, but they’re not,” said resident and activist Julie Avila.
“We live in a city that has become a megacity that’s very environmentally polluted.
We can’t even imagine what’s going to happen to us if LA Resliance is not successful.”
LA’s Aquarium, which opened in March, is not the only facility to come under scrutiny.
The Los Angeles City Council voted in October to close the Aquarium at the end of 2020.
This will mean that all the animals at the park will be moved to the Los Feliz Aquarium in Pasadena.
However, the aquarium will still remain open.