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Oct 07, 2021 The organization works in East Los Angeles, Southeast Los Angeles, and greater Long Beach — areas where many Black and Hispanic people

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  • California struggles with two climate threats identified
    California struggles with two climate threats identified

    Nov 05, 2021 Lea este art culo en espa ol. Nations around the globe this week have pledged to tackle two thorny and critical threats to Earth’s climate: methane, which is the most potent planet-warming pollutant, and widespread destruction of forests. Both of these are major contributors to climate change that California has tried — yet struggled

  • Biodiesel is booming. It may help the climate, but there's
    Biodiesel is booming. It may help the climate, but there's

    Nov 02, 2021 It's made in giant refineries like the Paramount plant in Los Angeles County, built a century ago to refine crude oil from wells nearby. Now it's owned by a company called World Energy, and it's processing a new kind of crude. Gary Grimes, the plant's director of sustainability and technology, shows me big black railcars filled with it

  • California Oil Industry Continues to Thwart Climate
    California Oil Industry Continues to Thwart Climate

    Sep 14, 2021 A number of environmental groups supported the bill, even as questions mount about carbon capture and storage technology’s potential and scalability.The industry has thrown its weight behind carbon capture, and some policy makers think it could serve as a test for developing direct air capture technologies.. Environmentalists who supported the bill believed it was best to get ahead of

  • Is it green, or forever toxic? Nuclear rift at climate
    Is it green, or forever toxic? Nuclear rift at climate

    Nov 04, 2021 LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles-Long Beach port complex will delay fining shipping companies that let cargo containers stack up at terminals. The reprieve comes because of early compliance by companies in clearing cargo since the penalties were approved last month, the Southern California News Group reported

  • Stealth political organizing in the name of the climate
    Stealth political organizing in the name of the climate

    Oct 20, 2021 The city of Los Angeles is now ready to explain this to residents in a series of upcoming meetings. The Empowerment Institute is running a competition for

  • Kobe's widow won't have to undergo mental exam in lawsuit
    Kobe's widow won't have to undergo mental exam in lawsuit

    Nov 02, 2021 Kobe Bryant’s wife Vanessa Bryant speaks during the “Celebration of Life for Kobe and Gianna Bryant” service at Staples Center in Downtown Los

  • LA Green Jobs – USGBC LA
    LA Green Jobs – USGBC LA

    Gaia is a 15-year old high-performance building and sustainability consultancy company. Gaia specializes in energy efficient building consulting, energy modeling and building commissioning. One of the leaders in high performance. VCA Green is recognized throughout California as a leader in CALGreen and the Energy Code and is recognized

  • TKO: Kroenke’s latest miss-step | FOX 2
    TKO: Kroenke’s latest miss-step | FOX 2

    Oct 29, 2021 TKO: Kroenke’s latest miss-step. In tonight’s TKO: “The Kilcoyne Opinion” Los Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenke is the topic of discussion. At a

  • Cabinet clash over push for 'carbon border tax' on imports
    Cabinet clash over push for 'carbon border tax' on imports

    Nov 08, 2021 Cabinet clash over push for 'carbon border tax' on imports from polluting countries as ministers deny idea is being considered after Environment Secretary George Eustice says it

  • Vexed by dust pollution, officials around Mono Lake
    Vexed by dust pollution, officials around Mono Lake

    Nov 06, 2021 The controversy over Los Angeles water diversions from Mono’s feeder streams is one of California’s longest-running environmental battles. By the late 1970s, tributary streams had dried up, dropping the lake level more than 40 feet and doubling the water's salinity. What followed were smelly salt flats and choking dust storms

  • The environmental justice fight behind Los Angeles'
    The environmental justice fight behind Los Angeles'

    Oct 12, 2021 The environmental justice fight to block the 2028 Olympics in Los Angeles Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti claims hosting the 2028 Olympics will have “no impact” on the environment

  • Federal data shows neighborhoods of color east of
    Federal data shows neighborhoods of color east of

    Federal environmental data analyzed by ABC7 shows that across the Los Angeles metro area, people of color are more likely to live in areas that have a high risk for respiratory illness

  • Environmentalists call for federal review of offshore
    Environmentalists call for federal review of offshore

    Nov 02, 2021 November 2, 2021, 8:37 AM 3 min read. LOS ANGELES — A major environmental group has put the federal government on notice: Review offshore drilling operations involved in an oil spill off the California coast last month, or be prepared for a lawsuit. In a letter to the U.S. Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management submitted Tuesday morning, attorneys for the

  • A climate change battle in the Mojave Desert - Los
    A climate change battle in the Mojave Desert - Los

    Nov 03, 2021 The Mojave Desert is prime real estate for carbon-cutting solar farms. Not all environmentalists are on board. A climate change battle in the Mojave Desert - Los Angeles Times

  • As cities grow, wastewater recycling gets another
    As cities grow, wastewater recycling gets another

    Nov 10, 2021 The Southern California project would be the nation’s largest wastewater recycling program, producing enough water to supply 500,000 homes, according to the Metropolitan Water District, which serves 19 million people in Los Angeles and surrounding counties. In Colorado, over two dozen facilities already recycle water for non-drinking purposes

  • How dirty are California’s ‘green’ policies? – Orange
    How dirty are California’s ‘green’ policies? – Orange

    Nov 08, 2021 Of all 50 states, it would be difficult to match California’s posturing as a “green” state with the nation’s most stringent environmental policies. Burdensome laws and regulations are

  • Biodiesel is booming. It may help the climate, but
    Biodiesel is booming. It may help the climate, but

    Oct 28, 2021 The version that's taking off now, called renewable diesel, has none of those drawbacks. It acts and burns just like regular diesel. It's made in giant refineries like the Paramount plant in Paramount, California, near Los Angeles. It's a historic refining site, built a

  • Seaweed used to feed cattle in trial aimed at cutting
    Seaweed used to feed cattle in trial aimed at cutting

    Nov 10, 2021 The trial will involve seaweed harvested from the Irish and North seas being added to animal feed (PA) (PA Archive) Cattle on British and Irish farms are to be fed seaweed as part of a project aimed at cutting their methane emissions by almost a third. The trial, which is being led by academics from Queen’s University, Belfast, will involve

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