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AP - About 20 West Coast lawmakers are backing legislation that would permanently ban new offshore drilling in federal waters near California, Oregon and Washington.
Here we are again. Our nation's coast is about to be assaulted once more by the failure of an offshore drilling rig, triggering the same kind of man-made mayhem that hit Santa Barbara in 1969.
Tough new rules imposed by the State Water Board Tuesday would force 19 coastal power plants to begin phasing out their reliance on ocean-water cooling systems â€” raising the specter of giant towers erected along Interstate 5 to cool the San Onofre nuclear plant.
State water regulators in California have ordered coastal power plants to begin phasing out a cooling process that is blamed for killing billions of aquatic organisms every year. "Once-through" cooling is the controversial practice in which power plants suck up vast amounts of water from a nearby ocean or river, and use it to cool their equipment. Environmentalists have been complaining about i...
Opponents of California's landmark climate law say they have submitted almost twice the signatures needed to place a ballot measure before voters in NovemberÂ to suspend AB32 until the state's unemployment rate drops by more than half.
by Terry Tamminen The Cape Wind project just approved for the waters offshore of Massachusetts will pump $1 billion into the local economy and create clean, reliable wind energy for decades.The BP oil rig in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico is spewing millions of gallons of petroleum toward the coastlines of four states, incurring $6 million per day in cleanup costs and estimated to top $3 bill...
SACRAMENTO, Calif. â€” A coalition of business groups turned in signature petitions Monday for a ballot initiative that would unravel Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's top environmental...
Flash back 41 years ago to a January morning in 1969 on an offshore oil platform in the Santa Barbara Channel. And back to now - the oil spill that is devastating the Gulf of Mexico is a wake-up call...
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Monday withdrew his support for a plan he championed to allow new offshore oil drilling off Santa Barbara County, citing the disastrous oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Setting up what is expected to be a multimillion-dollar political battle between oil companies and Silicon Valley tech leaders, opponents of California's landmark global warming law turned in about 800,000 signatures Monday for a November ballot measure to suspend the law.