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Protecting Stornetta

Our coast is incredible. Whether taking in the sandstone cliffs of La Jolla Cove, taking a weekend camping trip to Big Sur or watching whales swim along Point Reyes, every inch of our shoreline offers something special. That is why we worked to hard to expand California’s federally protected coastal landscape, the California Coastal National Monument, to include the 1,600 acres of the Stornetta Public Lands on the north coast.

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No More Nuclear Disasters

Japan’s Fukushima disaster is a wake-up call for Californians: Our use of nuclear power means we’re gambling with the environment and our health. With so many clean energy alternatives available, we don’t need nuclear power to provide renewable, carbon-free electricity.

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No Fracking in California

On the heels of the worst drought in our state’s recorded history, oil companies want to use millions of gallons of our water and lace it with toxic chemicals so they can frack for oil from San Jose to L.A. We need to ban fracking in California before it's too late.

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Keep Plastic Out of the Pacific

In just a few years, our movement to stop plastic pollution has grown by leaps and bounds, from Los Angeles to Marin, with single-use plastic bags now banned in more than 100 communities. Together, we can achieve a statewide ban — saving more sea turtles and other wildlife by keeping plastic out of the Pacific.

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Go Solar, Los Angeles!

Los Angeles has tremendous rooftop solar potential, yet less than 2% of our energy comes from the sun. We can and must do more. By putting solar panels on homes, schools and businesses, Angelenos can reduce air pollution, fight climate change and create jobs.

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Global Warming Solutions

Global warming is real and it’s happening now. The good news is it can be solved with solutions like renewable energy, energy efficiency, cleaner cars, and a cap on carbon. By enacting smart policies and innovative solutions, we can dramatically cut pollution and be a leader for the rest of the country.  

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Expand Yosemite

Yosemite National Park has captivated millions of Californians, tourists, hikers and even visionaries like John Muir. But shortly after becoming a national park, hundreds of acres of land were stripped from Yosemite and were given to loggers, miners and the railroad industry. Now we're fighting to get that land back.

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Charge Ahead California

Transportation is the single largest source of global warming pollution in California, creating pollutants that harm our environment and our health. But California can get in the driver’s seat and lead the transition from dirty vehicles to clean electric cars, trucks and buses.

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A Million Solar Roofs

Too much of California’s energy still comes from dirty sources that harm our environment. By tapping the power of the sun, we can repower our lives with clean energy that doesn’t pollute and never runs out.