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Filed under: Etc., FordIf it makes sense for any company to be using propane powered vehicles, it would be a propane distributor. Strickland Propane would be the obvious choice, but Manteca, CA-based Kamps Propane is currently the biggest operator of Ford trucks converted to run on propane by Roush Engineering. Kamps has a fleet of 25 such Ford F250s.Kamps has been using Ford trucks since it be...
by Todd Woody Dropping my son off at school on Wednesday, I ran into DannyKennedy, a fellow parent and veteran Australian Greenpeace activist turnedsolar entrepreneur. Howâ€™s business? I
A bunch of the dirtiest oil refiners from Texas are trying to derail landmark California legislation that will cut greenhouse gas pollution and jumpstart the stateâ€™s emerging green economy.Â The cabal, led by Texas-based Valero Energy Corp., Tesoro Corp., Tower...
As California continues its leadership in countering global warming, we face a critical policy decision on whether to solve some of the stateâ€™s insidious air pollution problems at the same time. While opponents of Assembly Bill 32, Californiaâ€™s landmark global...
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico â€” Researchers are warning of a new blight on the ocean: a swirl of confetti-like plastic debris stretching over thousands of...
by Rachel Morello-Frosch Co-authored by Manuel Pastor. Cross-posted from The Huffington Post.No doubt youâ€™ve heard the warningsâ€”the melting ice caps and rising sea levels, the extinct polar bears and extreme weather conditions.Â From pop culture movies like The Day After Tomorrow, to the tireless work of advocates like Al Gore, the discussion around climate change has often focused on envi...
If Californiaâ€™s greenhouse gas emissions reduction law, AB 32, is suspended or poorly implemented, communities of color and poor neighborhoods will suffer the most, according to a new report from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.This is in large part due to co-pollutants like PM10 (particulate matter of 10 micrometers or less), which can cause respiratory problems and come from the re...
California's climate law was put into place years ago and now it's time to implement it. Allowing out-of-state oil companies to stop its implementation will not save jobs and will only yield worse public health.
How is it, in a time of immense fiscal crisis, that an eradication program designed to clear out an otherwise ordinary and humdrum brown moth, has come to cost California taxpayers over $100 million dollars?
A Hudson River environmental group will honor Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger today in New York for his actions on climate change, despite the governor's past clashes with environmentalists on water policy in California.