Char Miller | KCET
Char Miller is the W.M. Keck Professor of Environmental Analysis and History at Pomona College, and among his most recent books are "Not So Golden State: Sustainability vs. the California Dream," "The Nature of Hope: Grassroots Organizing, Environmental Justice, and Political Change," "Public Lands, Public Debates: A Century of Controversy," and "Death Valley National Park: A History."
Post date: 2011-04-13T07:00:00-07:00
His impact on the natural world was made from the city of Angels.
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Here is why, perversely, I would almost welcome a federal government shutdown, should Congress not resolve the looming budget impasse. Perhaps then we will discover how essential its functions are in our daily life.
Post date: 2011-04-06T07:00:00-07:00
A historic approach to water-resource management represents the road L.A. once refused to take. It's clear the path to which we must return.
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Post date: 2011-03-23T07:00:00-07:00
The radiation that blew out from Japan barely left a trace on sensitive monitoring equipment in California. Yet its minute presence also registered loud and clear.
Post date: 2011-03-22T05:00:00-07:00
There can be no more dramatic rebuke of the ambition to dominate Mother Earth than the ruined lives, crumpled infrastructure, and flattened communities along Japan's northeastern coast.