California Still Needs to Make Big Greenhouse Gas Cuts

California Still Needs to Make Big Greenhouse Gas Cuts

Traffic on I-80 near Ashby Ave. From the LA Times: “New data released by state regulators provide a detailed snapshot of California’s battle against global warming. We’ve crunched the numbers on specific sources of pollution, including planes, cars and trucks,...
Massive Larsen Ice Shelf Predicted to Break Soon

Massive Larsen Ice Shelf Predicted to Break Soon

Crack in Larsen C ice shelf. Photograph: Ted Scambos, NSIDC In the near future, a huge section of the Larsen C ice shelf in Antarctica will break off and collapse into the ocean, creating one of the largest icebergs in history. Larsen C is a major extension from of...
China Now Looking to California on Climate

China Now Looking to California on Climate

From the LA Times: “Gov. Jerry Brown met with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday in a rare diplomatic coup that catapults California into quasi-national status as a negotiator with China following the decision last week by to pull the U.S. out of the Paris...
Air Quality Board Moves Toward History-Making Vote

Air Quality Board Moves Toward History-Making Vote

The Air Quality Board discusses the motion displayed on the screens above them in a packed hearing room on Wednesday,  just before that vote that passed it.  The vote set the GHG rule for final approval on June 21st. 6/18 – IMPORTANT UPDATE TO BELOW:  Just last...