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  • Banning fracking in California will not save the planet. But it's a start. ... (or anywhere)? An out-of-state reader of my anti- frack column last week argued that I had raised my Don Quixote-like lance ... legislators to control hydraulic fracturing in the Golden State would have little effect. While it is true that the Bureau ...
  • ... Angeles, wells in the Inglewood field are being brought back into production through this technology, but at what cost to nearby ... limits). Add to these terrestrial sites, the shocking news that for the past fifteen years oil companies have been fracking ...
  • ... efforts that are working to prepare the Golden State for the effects of climate change -- while growing our economy ... yard in the San Fernando Valley with high albedo slurry. Back to the science. Dr. Hall's downscaling study was an essential precursor ...
  • ... wells at the Adams site. BAM, watch out, Freeport. Never back a mother into a corner. "When you look at the map in Los Angeles ... a fracking moratorium in place. This is good news for all Angelenos, because this is one case where polluters have ...
  • What is Green Justice? Robert Garcia from The City Project takes a look back at the 1930 Olmsted Report to address the need for more useable park ... violence. Similar patterns are true throughout Southern California and in many other urban areas across the nation, as illustrated by ...
  • ... a magnitude 8 or larger quake, which would devastate our golden state. Needless to say, inducing earthquakes is NOT something you ... Jerry Brown a line to discuss all this -- before heading back out into the sunshine. We live on unsteady ground here in California ...
  • ... 2015. | Photo: REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage Benzene is back -- and scarily so. Drawing on analyses that the Center for Biological ... hard for legislation to stop hydraulic fracturing in the Golden State because they were deeply concerned about its impact on ...
  • ... California Gov. Jerry Brown stops to talk to the news media on February 27, 2012 in Washington, DC. | Photo by Chip ... Images Governor Jerry Brown is going back to school. So he implied last week when, at a renewable-energy confab in ... development. Brown's willingness to reflect on the Golden State's choices is something of a breath of fresh air compared to ...
  • ... the state legislature made official its status as The Golden State's flower that I had finally been successful at growing them en ... Some savvy gardeners have employed methods such as cutting back leaves and re-watering, which is intended to yield further growth ...
  • ... races. In the Central Valley, they're hoping that bad news on the (cracked) ground will translate into good news in the voting ... out of currently flush Southern California reservoirs back to those northern areas in dire straits. This was also a bit of ...

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