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Combating Climate Change in the Capital of Car Culture: Part 2

L.A. has made substantial progress toward curbing emissions in the transportation sector by regulating dirty trucks, alleviating traffic, supporting electric vehicles, and investing heavily in tomorrow's public transit. In doing so, L.A. has earned its place as an international environmental leader-now it needs to leverage insights from around the world to complete its transportation overhaul.

Energy & Climate

Combating Climate Change in the Capital of Car Culture: Part 1

Say the words “Los Angeles,” and you might conjure visions of epic traffic jams and a city that seems designed to intimidate and marginalize pedestrians and bicyclists. But a new reality is emerging in the city of angels. A slew of developments over the past decade is helping the world capital of car culture transform itself into a world leader in sustainable transportation.

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Borders...They're Tricky

This week the Supreme Court, the governors of eight East Coast states, Next Generation’s Kate Gordon and Risky Business Co-Chair Tom Steyer clarify why borders, lines of demarcation and geographic regions are vitally important.

Kate's Cliffnotes
Energy & Climate

Too big to believe?

Top of the news is Part 5 of our Monterey Shale series by Rob Collier, “Too Big to Believe: Top Economists Doubt Califorornia Oil Industry’s Jobs Figures.”