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Earth Focus Press Materials
Launched in 2007, EARTH FOCUS is the longest-running investigative environmental news program on U.S. television. The series provides audiences with urgent local and global environmental coverage that spotlights in-depth reports on key issues such as endangered species, climate change, environmental health and sustainable practices. With new episodes focused on the global concerns of protecting our oceans, exploring the devastating environmental impacts of different communities and the growth of the solar industry, EARTH FOCUS continues its commitment to educate audiences about the global issues impacting our planet.
EARTH FOCUS is supported by the Orange County Community Foundation, the Farvue Foundation and other generous institutional funders. The EARTH FOCUS series was created by Raisa Scriabine.~
EARTH FOCUS is further supported through "Elemental: Covering Sustainability" — a collaboration between public radio and television stations in Colorado, Arizona, and California — in which digital content will be produced to expand on the issue of oil and gas and the shift to renewable energy.
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Los Angeles County elected and health officials today urged residents to heed curfew restrictions amid continuing protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, while also expressing concern about crowded demonstrations leading to a spike in coro
During a discussion today on the police protests occurring across the nation, Mayor Eric Garcetti said law enforcement departments must examine and improve the ways they recruit officers, how they train them and the oversight of officers.
Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey said today she was "angry" and "pissed off" when she saw the video capturing the asphyxiation death of a black man in Minneapolis at the hands of a white police officer.
Another two cases of a rare inflammatory syndrome have been identified in patients at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, bringing the total to six, all of whom tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies, it was announced today.
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