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Here's what to watch for in the vote to extend California's cap-and-trade program
Gov. Jerry Brown dusted off his little-used political mailing list on Friday to send an urgent message to his supporters: The time to rally around cap-and-trade is now.
Gov. Jerry Brown makes full-throated public and private pitches for climate change deal
Gov. Jerry Brown warned in a legislative committee hearing Thursday morning of threats to human existence and American democracy should lawmakers not pass his plan to fight climate change.
Nonprofit Helps California's Asian-American Farmers Grow Their Businesses
Growing up, Youa Yang did not envision himself taking over his family's business. 
Expo Line Reaches Ridership Milestone 13 Years Early
According to Metro’s official ridership estimates, the Expo Line reached an impressive ridership milestone during the month of June.
Gov. Brown and lawmakers unveil proposal to extend California climate program
After weeks of back-and-forth between environmentalists and business interests, Gov. Jerry Brown and legislative leaders introduced a proposal Monday to reauthorize California's cap and trade program, the centerpiece of the state's efforts to battle climate change.
How to Tell If Your Reps Are Serious About Climate Change
Perhaps no president in recent times has unified the country, and the globe, as effectively as Donald Trump.
Can Jerry Brown fight climate change in his own backyard?
In a room once occupied by Republican Gov. Earl Warren, Jerry Brown toasted legislators from across the aisle at a recent climate luncheon in the stately Governor’s Mansion.
A trade flap is roiling the solar industry — and Trump may have the final word
A battle is coming to a head that may have major implications for the solar energy industry.
1,800 tons of radioactive waste has an ocean view and nowhere to go
The massive, 150-ton turbines have stopped spinning. 
California invested heavily in solar power. Now there's so much that other states are sometimes paid to take it
On 14 days during March, Arizona utilities got a gift from California: free solar power.