I wrote a piece on nuclear power for Patch Eagle Rock. There have been worse radiation leaks from the Fukushima plant since it was published.
I visited Albuquerque, New Mexico for the first time a few weeks ago, and saw and tasted the delicious New Mexican chiles and food I had heard so much about. Chile is an integral part of the culture, cuisine and…
I was inspired by the great work of the Clean Up, Green Up campaign to look into data sources on air pollution and toxic releases in Eagle Rock and surrounding areas.
I took a quick look at the proposed California state budget and wrote a column about how it might effect the environment and whether it appears to be forward looking, fair, and green.
Over the holiday break I posted two sets of environmental resolutions for 2011. One group of resolutions concerned ways to make Eagle Rock greener. The other set, inspired by shopping fun & guilt, were ‘green consumer’ ideas. happy 2011!
We want you & your best ideas for planning & making Los Angeles a better place. Join UEPI at Occidental College on December 1 for a Q&A session with recently-appointed L.A. City Planning Director Michael LoGrande and L.A. Times architecture…
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Invitation: Benefit Event for The Center for Race Poverty and the Environment October 30, 2010 · Mill Valley, California Please join us in support of our institutional partner The Center on Race, Poverty & the Environment . This event is…
Check out the op ed from yesterday’s L.A. Times written by Bob Gottlieb. We hope to see you folks at the Moving Forward Together Conference this Friday and Saturday to talk more about these important issues! The cost of a…
Trains. The word summons up an image powered by some of America’s favorite mystiques: our childhood infatuation with the little engine that could and Thomas the Tank Engine; nostalgia for the age of steam and manifest destiny; and the promise…
Storing harm: warehouses in the L.A. region Before reaching the shelves of the nation’s stores, the contents of millions of containers imported into the ports of L.A. and Long Beach are stored in warehouses along transportation routes from the ports…