File this one under "what are they thinking?" An invasive cockroach species first noted in California in 1978 is now well established throughout the cities and towns of the southwestern U.S., and though little is known about its biology or its effect on other wildlife, you can still buy it online.
Citing damage to the environment and higher food prices, U.S Senator Dianne Feinstein is lending her support to a bill that would end a federal mandate to increase the amount of corn ethanol in auto fuel. "A corn ethanol mandate is simply bad policy," said Feinstein.
There's a video making the rounds this week showing a new wind turbine design that its developers claim will be more efficient, less resource-intensive, and safer for wildlife than conventional turbines. But do the claims stand up?
Euclid Market in Boyle Heights will have its grand reopening on Saturday, December 14. Community Liaison Shirley Ramirez -- who worked on transforming the corner store -- recounts her involvement with Public Matters.
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