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Photo: Flickr, CCAlmost 50% of U.S. Hydro is on West CoastIt seems like there's been a succession of good news and bad news for hydro power in the U.S. lately. First, some bad news about how disappearing glaciers could negatively impact hydro. Then some good news from Steven Chu about how hydro capacity...Read the full story on TreeHugger
Photo: GMComing in Late 2010We already knew that the Chevy Volt PHEV would be available in limited quantities at first, but it now looks like it's also going to be available in a limited number of U.S. states. Today at the Los Angeles Auto Show, GM has announced that California ("the nation's largest new-car market") will be one of the select few where the Volt will be available, with others to...
California officials said on Tuesday that drought and environmental restrictions have forced them to cut planned water deliveries to irrigation districts and cities statewide to just 5 percent of their contracted allotments.Although the state Water Resources Department typically ends up supplying more water than first projected for an upcoming year, its 5 percent initial allocation for 2010 mar...
California's insurance commissioner said Tuesday he will push insurance companies doing business in California to divest up to $12 billion in indirect investments in Iran's defense, nuclear, energy and banking industries.
GM says the Golden State will receive the electric Chevy Volt at the end of next year, part of a regional roll-out strategy to test customer reception of electric vehicle technology.
State water officials offered up their bleakest annual water supply prediction ever Tuesday in what amounts to an early warning about the coming year.
Eight months after California was awarded $226 million in federal stimulus money to boost energy efficiency and renewable energy programs, it has failed to spend any of the cash and risks losing it, the state auditor charged Tuesday.
Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 The Los Angeles Times features a compelling story today about the plight of North Coast salmon fishermen and fishing communities after a two-year closure of Californiaâ€™s salmon industry.Â The stateâ€™s salmon fishery has...
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - California officials said on Tuesday that drought and environmental restrictions have forced them to cut planned water deliveries to irrigation districts and cities statewide to just 5 percent of their contracted allotments.
Hopes for Copenhagen, California Leads with TV Energy Efficiency Standards, Sigourney Weaver on "Acid Test," and Ohio Coal Plant Cancelled
Frances Beinecke commented on the differing commitments needed from developed and developing nations in a USA Today piece about the upcoming Copenhagen conference... Frances also discussed her expectations for Copenhagen and the United States'Â role on Online NewsHour with Jim Lehrer...