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Photo via ScrapeTVThe numbers aren't looking good--more and more Americans are ceasing to believe in the very real, scientifically proven threat of global warming. There are plenty of theories as to why this is--Americans' growing distrust of science, the powerful lobbying arms of the oil, coal, and manufacturing industries' documented ability to manufacture doubt, or a genuine inability of peo...
SACRAMENTO, Calif. â€” Power-hungry TVs will be banned from store shelves in California after state regulators Wednesday adopted a first-in-the-nation mandate to reduce electricity demand....
Most power-hungry TVs will be banned from store shelves in California after state regulators adopted a first-in-the nation mandate to lower electricity demand.California - Television - Electricity - United States - Organizations
Lawmakers want voters to borrow $11 billion next year to keep California supplied with clean water, but more than $1 billion of the money is earmarked for projects that have little or nothing to do with quenching the state's thirst.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger visited troops Monday in Iraq at a military camp outside Baghdad for the first time as California governor, signing autographs and recounting his own experience as an Austrian tank driver.
The momentous reform of California's water system signed into law last week is largely toothless where it matters most: Action to reverse the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta's environmental decline.
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...