It's easy to get excited about renewable energy and report on it positively. But every big industry needs a watchdog. It's easy to think of the desert as a dumping ground. But it's actually an important ecoystem. Chris Clarke gets people thinking about the value of the desert.
The following are a few examples of work from the 2012 calendar year.
- Ballot Brief
The latest about elections in Southern California and across the state.
Tracking renewable energy in California.
- The Back Forty
News and views on land use, wildlife, and environmental issues in California.
The latest in stories related to the revitalization of the Los Angeles River.
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