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  • State lawmaker shelves effort to assist Universal Studios Hollywood

     
    State lawmaker shelves plan to assist expansion of Universal Studios Hollywood...
  • Business, labor groups propose environmental act changes

     
    A coalition of business and labor groups is proposing changes to California's landmark environmental law, saying it is time to modernize a 40-year-old measure that is often used to block even so-called green development. At a Sacramento press conference...
  • Environmentalists, unions fear last-minute CEQA changes

     
    Environmentalists and labor unions are raising concerns that state lawmakers will use the final weeks of this year’s legislative session to make sweeping changes to California’s landmark environmental law. On Monday, a coalition of 10 groups...
  • AEG's stadium proposal adds greener measures after complaints

     
    AEG has added more pollution mitigation strategies to its proposal to build a stadium in downtown Los Angeles after a harsh critique from an environmental group that has been a crucial supporter of the project....
  • Coastal panel rejects Navy plan to increase underwater explosions

     
    The California Coastal Commission voted Friday to reject the Navy’s plan for increased use of sonar and underwater explosions as part of increased training and testing off the coast. The Navy requested that the commission find the plan consistent...
  • Gov. Brown calls for environmental law reform to 'cut needless delays'

     
    Gov. Brown calls for reforming environmental law...
  • Half of food produced worldwide is wasted, study finds

    Half of food produced worldwide is wasted, study finds
    Up to half of the food produced worldwide never makes it into a consumer's mouth, according to a new report. That’s as much as 2 billion tons of grub that’s wasted, according to a study released Thursday by Britain's Institution of...
  • Water water everywhere

    Water water everywhere
    The comedian Lewis Black does a comedy bit on water that should resonate with every baby boomer. When we were kids, water was available everywhere and we drank it. We drank it from garden hoses, from fountains, from outside spigots and, in some cases,...
  • Water Water Everywhere

    Water Water Everywhere
    The comedian Louis Black does a comedy bit on water that should resonate with every Baby Boomer. When we were kids, water was available everywhere and we drank it. We drank it from garden hoses, from fountains, from outside spigots and, in some cases,...
  • Report says Asian carp could reach all 5 Great Lakes in 20 years

    Report says Asian carp could reach all 5 Great Lakes in 20 years
    Asian carp could thrive in all five Great Lakes if even a small number of the invasive species made it into the basin, according to a scientific report released Thursday. Carp experts have long debated whether the feared fish, which have been found in...
  • Alaska drilling: From 'hell no!' to ... 'OK'

    Alaska drilling: From 'hell no!' to ... 'OK'
    Edward Itta, a powerful Eskimo leader, looks out at the icy Arctic Ocean stretched out under a fuzzy orange sun that refuses to set this time of year. "This is our garden," said the former mayor of the North Slope Borough, a county-style government...
  • Alaska Drilling: From 'Hell No!' To ... 'Ok'

    Alaska Drilling: From 'Hell No!' To ... 'Ok'
    BARROW, Alaska (CNN) -- Edward Itta, a powerful Eskimo leader, looks out at the icy Arctic Ocean stretched out under a fuzzy orange sun that refuses to set this time of year. "This is our garden," said the former mayor of the North Slope Borough, a...