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Roads, highways, bridges, power plants, waterways, and buildings need to be significantly upgraded. However, the financial reality dictates that such ambitious infrastructure projects must be properly prioritized and funded within the bounds of a budget. Critical upgrades must be undertaken with transparency, accountability, and frugality at a time when the state is facing years of enormous deficits. Independent voters will be looking to balance economic feasibility with much-needed infrastructure enhancement over the next few years.
The California Air Resources Board has proposed major changes in regulating vehicle emissions in hopes of improving California’s air quality, which is the worst in the nation. The plan combines.
As the California Academy of the Sciences hosted a prominent climate change conference this week, organizer and Governor Jerry Brown criticized his political opponents at the event, an event that.
The Bureau of Reclamation has requested input from the public to resolve water supply and demand imbalances for the seven states, including California, using Colorado River water. The problem can be easily stated, the solutions not so easily.
The Solar Energy Industries Association has just rained on California’s renewable energy photo voltaic (PV) parade with the distressing news (PDF) that New Jersey’s commercial PV projects now exceed California’s, and that they are now the hottest and biggest market in the US for commercial PV.