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Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Thursday defended $11.1 billion in new borrowing as a critical investment in the state's water future while at the same time insisting California must cut its way toward a balanced budget in the short term.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signs the last of five pieces of hard-fought water-related legislation Thursday on a Brannan Islandlevee. The package, which includes $11.1 billion in bonds, will go before California voters next year.Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Thursday defended $11.1 billion in new borrowing as a critical investment in the state's water future while at the same time insisting Cali...
Today, California's Governor isÂ signing into law SB 7X 1, part of theÂ legislative package to reform water policy in the state.Â Â The bill being signed todayÂ builds the foundation for a sustainable 21st century water policy, which is built on two interrelated principles:...
Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Much of the press coverage of Governor Schwarzeneggerâ€™s bill signing press conferences have described the water package passed by the legislature last week as an â€œinfrastructureâ€ package, leading to the mis-impression that the...
Tales from the cave: By studying stalagmites, researchers link the past loss of polar ice to droughts in California.
Photo via *clarity*Landmark restrictions on fishing in Southern California could mean increased protection for and replenishing of marine life. A 5-member state blue-ribbon panel voted unanimously to recommend a compromise to the Fish and Game Commission that would protect 250 miles of coastline. While the vote came much to the chagrin of those supporting fishing - with pushing and shoving actu...
Much like its death-defying dives for fish, the brown pelican has resurfaced after plummeting to the brink of extinction.
Yesterday, the Governor signed into law SB 7X 7, a bill that NRDC co-sponsored to improve water use efficiency in California.Â This landmark legislation requires California to achieve a 20% improvement in water use efficiency per person by 2020, making...
A state task force recommended a ban on fishing along six miles of Laguna Beach coastline Tuesday, along with a variety of other fishing restrictions up and down the Southern California coast.
With willow trees, migrating geese and local politicians as his backdrop, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Tuesday visited San Jose to sign a new water conservation law that aims to reduce urban use 20 percent statewide by 2020.