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California/Environment
Lead Story
Thursday, 04 October 2007
California must protect our kids from secondhand smoke
The Golden State Goes Green
Tuesday, 17 April 2007

California's "clean tech" industry revs its engines—and signals a new surge in
economic growth.

Feature Story
Thursday, 05 October 2006

With California's clean car legislation of 2002 (AB 1493) under her belt, Assemblywoman Fran Pavley already had solid environmental credentials. But with the Governor's signing of AB 32, the nation's first legislation capping industrial greenhouse gas emissions, she has taken the lead against a gathering environmental threat.

PT: Most people have a good idea of what this bill aims to accomplish, but few people know what it took to draft such an ambitious piece of legislation. What can you tell us about the process?

Pavley: Interestingly enough, I introduced the bill back in December of 2004, when it was focused on expanding the reporting of the California registry to include all different major contributors...

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Q&A: Congresswoman Lois Capps
PT talks to Lois Capps, U.S. Congress-woman from California's central coast, about marine sanctuaries, coastal policy, and the many environmental issues driving the discussion. August 9, 2006 - Calif...
With a stroke of the President's pen, Hawaii recently became host to the world's largest marine sanctuary. In California, however, the situation is more complex. With a rapidly growing population and ...
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