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|California's Proposition 23|
|Date||Sunday October 31|
|Time||6:00 PM - 8:00 PM|
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|Event Type||Radio Broadcast|
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Proposition 23 will be decided by California voters on Nov. 2, 2010.
From Sept. 13, 2010, KQED discusses Proposition 23 which would suspend implementation of California's air pollution control law (AB 32) until unemployment drops to 5.5 percent or less for a full year. Looks like the fossil-fuels industries vs. the clean and green industries. I'm against Proposition 23 but here is both sides of the issue. This is 52 min.
DOWN TO THE WIRE
Confronting Climate Collapse
Dr. David W. Orr of Oberlin College, green pioneer, on denial & solutions.
From Radio Ecoshock April 9, 2010, this is 22 min.
Developing a Plan B for Climate Change
The California Report from Mar 22 2010
In Monterey, an international group of scientists and policy makers met to set some ground rules for what many are calling "Plan B" for dealing with climate change. There is already more CO2 in the atmosphere than many scientists say is healthy for civilization as we know it. If levels keep rising, we might need an emergency brake. This is 6 min.
Should Humans Help Mother Nature?
From the California Report from February 26, 2010
California is home to a rich diversity of plants and animals, but as the climate changes, some of those species are struggling. If habitats change faster than species can adapt, should humans step in and help? This is 6 min.
State to Deploy Greenhouse Gas "Sniffers"
From the California Report from February 09, 2010
California is about to become the first state to have its own network of devices to sniff out greenhouse gases. The technology brings a new degree of precision to air quality testing. This is 4 min.
Warmer Water Ahead
From the California Report From January 06, 2010
A new study finds temperatures rising in six major lakes in California and Nevada, including Lake Tahoe. Scientists suspect climate change is the reason, and they expect dramatic changes to come as the water continues to warm up. This is 2 min.