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Category: Green News

Feds Strike Deal to Close Exide Permanently

Deal will allow company to avoid criminal prosecution.
categories BusinessCrimeGreen NewsHealthPublic Safety

Environmental Movement Feeling the Heat — To Diversify

A Green 2.0 study found that people of color did not exceed 16 percent of staff at any environmental organization surveyed.
categories Green NewsRace/Ethnic Relations

Will Buddy Find a Place in Alhambra?

Five Years of the Source: In 2012 contributor Esmee Xavier asked for a dog park for Buddy, her golden retriever and border collie mix. There's a chance that she will get her wish.
categories City AffairsFamily/Inter-generational NewsGreen NewsNeighborhoods

Study: Southern California Millennial Children Show Better Lungs Due to Cleaner Air

The lungs of millennial children living in Southern California are in much better shape compared to those who grew up with more polluted air in the 1990s, according to a study from the University of Southern California.
category Green News

Re-thinking Green Lawns in Alhambra

As a shortage of water continues, one resident says that the city should shift the focus from green lawns to drought-tolerant ones.
categories Green NewsNeighborhoods

Saving California Parks — With New Ideas and Tech

California state parks are in trouble. And the solution may lie in the state's young, diverse and urban population.
categories Arts & CultureGreen NewsScience & Technology

Many Central Valley Farms to Receive No Water from Federal Gov’t This Year Due to Drought

As California enters what is likely its fourth straight year of drought, hundreds of farmers in the Central Valley were told on Friday, Feb. 27, they will receive zero water deliveries from the Central Valley Project, the state’s largest water delivery system.
categories FoodGreen NewsWeathering the Storm

SoCal Could Face Water Cutbacks

The Metropolitan Water District is considering the limitation of deliveries and implementation of water rationing starting July 1, depending on statewide drought conditions.
categories City AffairsGreen News

Water Wasting Fines Are Likely for Some LA Residents

As California’s weather gets warmer, fines for wasting water in unincorporated, standalone areas of Los Angeles County are expected to rise sharply.
categories City AffairsGreen NewsNeighborhoods

Montebello Hills: Details Matter

Residents and the council have been divided for years over the specifics of a plan to build a many as 1,200 single-family detached and attached homes in Montebello Hills. For environmentalists, loss of open space, an active oil field and the endangered California gnatcatcher are reason enough to reject the project. Part two of two.
categories City AffairsFamily/Inter-generational NewsGreen NewsNeighborhoodsPolitics
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