Planning and Conservation League
Thank you for coming to the 2019 California
Confronting a Future at Risk
Saturday, February 23, 2019
Hosted by McGeorge School of Law, Sacramento CA
Our annual assembly to discussed upcoming legislative policies and environmental strategies. This year, we focused on updating environmental policies for the future, with panels on groundwater, land use, CEQA, housing, and transportation.
Since 1965, PCL has changed the landscape of California through the sponsorship of bond measures that have preserved hundreds of thousands of acres of wilderness, miles and miles of sandy beaches, and many square miles of habitat for endangered wildlife.
We sponsor and support legislation that protects our sparkling coastline and flowing rivers. We work for strengthened land use planning laws to promote and protect open space, habitat, and healthy communities.
We invite you to join our many partners in our mission to protect and restore California’s natural environment, and to promote and defend the public health and safety of the people of California, through legislative action.Our Campaigns Attend an Event Support Us
CEQA is a dynamic law used by every California public agency in its planning and decision-making. Learn about CEQA and the public’s role in the environmental review process.Learn about CEQA
Our Water Program focuses on developing and implementing sustainable and equitable water policies for California.Learn about our Water Program
Land Use & Transportation
PCL and our partners work to fundamentally change our land use patterns for improved local communities, wildlife, public health, and our natural environment.Learn about land planning
PCL 50/50 Vision
See our 50 years of success in protecting millions of acres of local parks, wildlife habitats, lakes, rivers, and more.See our successes
Since 1965, PCL has preserved wilderness, beaches, and wildlife habitat, and made our communities healthier. See our accomplishments.
PCL trains and works with dozens of community organizations and activists to make California better. Learn about our partners.