Ian Bradley’s March 22 story “Calabasas sees power in green energy” lifted my spirits.
The Clean Power Alliance of Southern California is giving municipalities, businesses and residents the ability to voice their concerns about the health of our environment.
The changing climate needs to the addressed locally, nationally and globally, which means reducing our dependence on fossil fuels (coal, oil and gas) and at the same time encouraging renewables like solar and wind. The best way to accomplish...
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