News Release | Environment California

Groups, Legislators Call for Passage of 33% by 2020 Bill

Standing in front of a giant, fourteen foot wind turbine on the steps of the State Capitol, environmental groups and state legislators called for passage of a bill that will triple California’s use of clean, renewable electricity.  The prop, made by Environment California, is on a statewide tour traveling through cities from Sacramento to San Diego to bring attention to the 33% by 2020 renewable electricity standard policy moving through the state legislature.

News Release | Environment California

Solar in California Going Mainstream

From Santa Cruz to the Central Valley and from Trinidad to San Diego, solar power is taking hold throughout California as documented in the latest Environment California Research & Policy Center report, California’s Solar Cities: Leading the Way to a Clean Energy Future.

News Release | Environment California

Dependence on Big Oil, Dirty Coal Could Cost California $2,911 Billion By 2030

Between 2010 and 2030, California will spend as much as $2,911,1 billion on oil, coal, and other fossil fuels - 2.9  times the total earnings of all California  workers in 2007.  At the same time, pollution from fossil fuels is the number one source of air and global warming pollution and a leading source of water pollution, said Environment California Research and Policy Center’s in their new report.

News Release | Environment California

Hollywood Actress Urges Young People To Support Strong Clean Energy Bill In Congress

With only days to go until Congress votes on a landmark energy bill that puts a first-ever federal limit on global warming pollution, actress Amy Smart urges young people to call their legislators and ask them to support clean, renewable energy.

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