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California Drought Legislation Must Strike a Balance To Protect Fish and Wildlife, Too

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Historic CA drought has impacts on all walks of people and wildlife; fish and fishing communities hit hardest Earlier this month, President Obama visited California’s Central Read More

California Gets the Lead Out!

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CA state legislators agree that lead ammunition is too toxic to use, now we hope the governor will, too Kim Delfino, California Program Director What do the California Department o Read More

Drought Is Only One Explanation for California’s Water Crisis

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As California continues to battle its water crisis, the situation is drawing remarkable attention from media, local officials, and even the federal government. While the ongoing hi Read More

It’s Time to Get the Lead Out

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Kim Delfino, California Program Director This year, California has the opportunity to become a leader in the effort to protect wildlife and people from lead poisoning. Assemblymemb Read More

Coming Clean in California: How the Golden State Is Winning the Renewable Energy Race

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Coming Clean in California: How the Golden State Is Winning the Renewable Energy RaceBy Adenike Adeyeye | Monday, November 24, 2014 A wind farm located along I-10, west of Palm Spr Read More

Powering Up at the Salton Sea?

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Stephanie Dashiell, California Desert Associate The excessive heat warnings are not the only reason the Salton Sea is appearing in the news this summer. The Salton Sea is the 525-s Read More

The Peak Oil Crisis: California’s Bubble Pops

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By Tom Whipple, posted Dec 12, 2013: There was an important study released by the Post Carbon Institute last week that gives us an insight into how long our great shale oil bonanza Read More

Californians Support the Future of Southern Sea Otters

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The Southern sea otter has been an iconic member of California’s coastal communities since it was brought back from the brink of extinction in the mid 1900’s. Often ref Read More

Threats to Southern Sea Otters Taking a Toll on Population Growth

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As this year’s Sea Otter Awareness Week kicked off at the end of September, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) released its 2014 southern sea otter population report. Each year, s Read More
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