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California’s Proposed Car Ban is the Perfect Mix of Hubris and Silliness

SACRAMENTO — It’s about time that members of Congress and the California Legislature got really serious about combating the nation’s pollution problem. Just as Jonathan Swift had a “modest proposal” to keep poor Irish children from being a burden to their families and their country (by selling them to wealthy English people as food), I, […]

Farms to Spend $14.9 Million to Report Manure Emissions

U.S. farms will spend an estimated $14.9 million a year to report their livestock are giving off gas, a new federal requirement won by environmentalists. U.S. farmers will spend an estimated $14.9 million a year reporting to federal emergency managers that livestock are releasing gas, the Environmental Protection Agency disclosed Monday. Click here to read […]

Hundreds of EPA Employees Have Quit Under Trump

Over 700 employees at the Environmental Protection Agency have quit or taken early retirement during the Trump administration so far, bringing the agency close to employment levels not seen since Reagan. ThinkProgress, whose senior editor is scared of his plumber who he fears may have voted for Trump, is warning that the exodus will lead […]

Gov. Brown Met with Edison Over San Onofre Costs, Weeks Before Warsaw Pact

As the failed San Onofre nuclear plant north of Oceanside drained resources from the utility company that owns it, Edison International CEO Ted Craver was hoping for speedy relief from the California Public Utilities Commission. Much was at stake in the outcome for the twin domes along Interstate 5, which closed in January 2012 amid […]

Taxes on Meat Could Join Carbon and Sugar to Help Limit Emissions

Some investors are betting governments around the world will find a way to start taxing meat production as they aim to improve public health and hit emissions targets set in the Paris Climate Agreement. Socially focused investors are starting to push companies to diversify into plant protein, or even suggest livestock producers use a “shadow […]
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