A California law passed in 2002 mandates that by 2020, 33% of the state's electricity must come from renewable resources.
"What CEQA is really good for and good at doing is giving communities and the public a voice in public process... it's been called a 'Bill of Rights for environmental democracy.'"
When it comes to water, Los Angeles will go to great lengths--A ground breaking to replace the Silver Lake and Ivanhoe reservoirs.
"Smog in a Can" allowed everyone the chance to share the same genuine Los Angeles air as Hollywood stars.
Subject to flash floods and swelling with each major storm, the Los Angeles River can be unexpectedly dangerous.
The 1938 flooding of the L.A. River was the final blow as public demand for tighter flood controls would prompt its channelization.