December 5, 2012

California Must Lead on Energy Reform

Editorial, Los Angeles Times


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California can't stop global warming on its own. Its environmental regulations won't save the whole world, and its energy policies won't wean the nation off fossil fuels . .

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TAGGED: Climate Change, Global Warming, California, Domestic Energy, Energy Policy, Los Angeles Times

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