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In the California Legislature we remain committed to implementing and advancing AB 32, our landmark global warming bill, which rolls back greenhouse gas emissions in California to 1990 levels by 2020.
Why have so few of the state's 7.7 million households gone solar?
The federal government is giving away $35.2 million to Californians who are buying energy-efficient appliances, but consumers will have to act fast to get the mail-in rebates provided by the latest federal stimulus program.
Fish and Game panel reverses position on proposed changes after officials are deluged with public comments. Another vote is likely later.The state Commission on Fish and Game voted unanimously Wednesday not to expand bear hunting grounds in California or eliminate the cap on the number of bears that can be killed each season.
A LEED School allows children to learn in a environmentally thoughtfull space.
Watch out:Â Big Oil is fueling up the hype machine once again.Â This time theyâ€™re saying AB 32, Californiaâ€™s forward-looking legislation that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and promote new environmentally-friendly technology, will cost the state jobs.Â Led by Valero...
Photo via wikipediaThe Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta is a major hub for California's agriculture and water, serving 23 million people and 3 million acres of crop and grazing land. It's also the home of over 700 native species of plants an animals. Yet around 220 government agencies have jurisdiction in the Delta, which means managing it can sometimes get harry as interests compete. A netwo...
U.S. EPA Provides $2.6 Million to Clean Up and Revitalize Contaminated Properties in Northern California (CA)
Neighborhoods to gain health, environmental and economic benefits SAN FRANCISCO - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced $2.6 million in brownfields grants to communities Northern California
Cars catch a lot of flak for pollution, but they are not the only source of manmade greenhouse gas emissions by a long shot â€” cargo ships, airplanes, trains, even cows and industrial farming make the list too. Many of the same technologies that are being tried out to improve auto emissions may also be used on other forms of transportation.Large cargo boats are amongst the dirtiest polluters a...
California will dive into the appliance-selling business on Thursday.