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Julie Cart is a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter who has worked as an environmental reporter, sportswriter and national correspondent during her three decades with the Los Angeles Times.

Julie Cart | photo courtesy CALmatters
California coastline at Pacifica in the S.F. Bay Area | Photo: Brocken Inaglory/Wikimedia Commons
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Earth Focus

Sea Level Rise Hitting California Harder Than Expected

By century’s end, rapidly rising seas could engulf California infrastructure, cripple economies and force a retreat from the Coast.
Along the coast of San Luis Obispo County, the Piedras Blancas is a historic lighthouse surrounded by land of cultural significance to the Chumash and Salinan tribes. | photo Mike Baird
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SoCal Connected

Obama Moves to Protect California's Coast

Action prevents the government from disposing of small coastal land parcels.
California's cap-and-trade offset system rewards the Yurok Tribe for placing 8,000-plus acres of Douglas fir and hardwood into the state’s carbon bank. | photo California Air Resources Board
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SoCal Connected

Carbon Cutters on Edge

California's program to control greenhouse gas emissions is in limbo
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