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  • ... 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 ... Brown's willingness to reflect on the Golden State's choices is something of a breath of fresh air compared to ...
  • ... sale, another piece of the mayor's legacy will turn from green to brown . Configure block ... by Ryan Vaillancourt, Staff Writer for LA Downtown News : While the $1 million penalty for ignoring the cleantech obligations ... developer and we want to be invited back ," he said, referring to potential future deals with the city. "If I ...
  • The Golden State's once and current Governor , Jerry Brown , has made history with two firsts. First, Brown ... will be whether Brown's veto will bring Republicans back to the bargaining table. Some Republicans have stated that they will ...
  • ... efforts that are working to prepare the Golden State for the effects of climate change -- while growing our economy ... makes for smart local solutions. Using the temperature study organization, we worked in conjunction with the city and the LARC ... yard in the San Fernando Valley with high albedo slurry. Back to the science. Dr. Hall's downscaling study was an ...
  • Back in January the estimate was that California was in debt, to the tune ... billion. In our new normal, that was seemingly palatable news . Now comes less agreeable news , the budget deficit is actually much ... Governor Jerry Brown officially announced that the Golden State is facing a nearly $16 billion deficit. ...
  • ... of the Pavley bill gives Freeport McMoRan a virtual green light to frack in the Inglewood Oil Field, which raises particular concerns for residents about water safety. Golden State Water Company promises that they regularly test Culver City ...
  • ... 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 ... putting a fracking moratorium in place. This is good news for all Angelenos, because this is one case where polluters have been ...
  • ... area. This is not a unique incident. A peer-reviewed, 2011 study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences confirmed what ... legislators to control hydraulic fracturing in the Golden State would have little effect. While it is true that the Bureau of ...
  • ... 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 ...
  • ... waste and abuse," Brown told reporters at a morning news conference in downtown Los Angeles. "She paid herself $120 million, and ... between the two candidates:Whitman, 53, proposes scaling back state pensions, making employees work longer before they can collect ...

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