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  • Water , and how and how much we'll pay for it, is back on the city's agenda, with Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's plan to ... environment will remain degraded.In other DWP and money news , the Daily News is mad at Villaraigosa for trying to get around the ...
  • ... then-Mayor Villaraigosa and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power to expand the incentive for cool roofs. Next, at the Mayor's ... yard in the San Fernando Valley with high albedo slurry. Back to the science. Dr. Hall's downscaling study was an essential precursor ...
  • ... on one of the most complex issues facing California: water sharing. And at its core is the Sacramento-San Joaquin Bay Delta. Stay ... for some time at Abbott's Lagoons. But that's scant good news . Bluegill in particular have been a problem. Introduced to California ... a Delta tributary. The Sacramento perch might just come back someday after all, given half a chance. ...
  • ... wouldn't dry out too quickly for the juveniles to swim back to permanent water . But in the last 150 years, we've diked off most ... likely have prevented such isolation. None of this is news to fisheries folk. Concern about the decline of Sacramento splittail was ...
  • ... and then -- when that mysterious urge strikes -- they head back into freshwater to spawn. Fisheries biologists suspect that the smelts ... abundance, and for the last 15 years it's been bad news . Between the ecosystem collapse and lack of planktonic food wrought by ...
  • Aáron Heard , by way of the L.A. County Arts Commission, is Arts for L.A.'s ... England, immersing herself in a new culture, but now she's back home ready to learn about advocacy, community organizing, and ...
  • ... shaped by dynamic visions, both individual and collective. Commentary brings together diverse perspectives on the future of California ...
  • ... conditions, we consider 11 artists who have worked with water as a subject or a medium -- individuals who make us rethink the way we ... 30 years. Her photographic series include “A Separate Real(i)ty,” images of lakes in the desert near Joshua Tree; “Western Waters ...
  • ... Jeffers tells it. In a letter to California CityNews, a news site for local governments, Jeffers outlines Glendora's water ... Stage One of the city's water conservation plan back in 2008. In line with most cities, the first phase of conservation is ...
  • ... who brought Los Angeles out of the desert and founded the water system which became the LA DWP. Catherine Mulholland passed away on ... drawing on KCET's extensive archive of Southern California news , culture and public affairs, we'll seek to inform current events by ...

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