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Climate is Brewing Changes for California’s Beer Industry

California’s drought isn’t just impacting agriculture and the ski industry. It’s also impacting something most people wouldn’t immediately think of: beer. According to a recent Climate Progress article, the California drought is threatening one of the state’s largest craft breweries: Lagunitas Brewing Company. Low precipitation levels have forced the company to switch from using the […]

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Californians Admit to Climate Change – So What Are They Doing About It?

Yale’s Center for Climate Communications released another state-specific survey this week, this time looking at public opinion in California. Not surprisingly, Californian belief in human-caused climate change (70 percent) is higher than many tallies of national sentiment.   But Californians are not worried about climate change as an abstract concept; the survey shows near-consensus from […]

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[Survey] Latinos Show Concern About Conservation Issues

California League of Conservation Voters Education Fund in partnership with through Tulchin Research conducted a in-depth statewide survey among 500 Latino voters in California to better understand their attitudes toward various conservation issues. The survey found 90% of Latino voters agree that we can “protect the environment and create jobs at the same time” and […]

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Solar: Now for renters, too

California is opening the door for renters to receive solar savings. Some are concerned renters will struggle to get landlords to pay up-front costs for installation. Realizing this, more solar companies are offering programs that make financing easier for all income levels.   Posted 7.15.2011 on GigaOM by Ucilia Wang   California regulators have approved […]

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Californians’ Global Warming Fervor Cools

The annual survey on Californians and the environment conducted by the Public Policy Institute of California, and with support from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation revealed that the state's residents are interestingly declining in support for action on climate change and also in belief of its seriousness. (more…)

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