EDITOR'S NOTE: California, here we come

Larmer, Paul
May 2006
High Country News;5/1/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 8, p2
The author reflects on how the people in California changed its outlook to protect the environment. It has been mistaken by other people that Californians looked misguided in dealing with the surroundings like rising of real state prices, clogging the roads and changing the small town culture. On the contrary, Californians is also demonstrating how to maintain water conservation, air quality protection, development of alternative energy sources and the fight against coal-fired power plants.


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