A long-awaited $7 million restoration plan for the Malibu Lagoon can move forward thanks to a San Francisco County Superior Court ruling Thursday, reported the Los Angeles Times. [Read more…] about Court Ruling Moves Stalled Malibu Lagoon Restoration Forward
The California Air Resources Board voted Thursday to adopt a final cap-and-trade regulation program, an important element in the state’s climate plan. [Read more…] about California Board Adopts Cap-and-Trade Program
Celebrating its’ tenth anniversary, the GreenBuild Conference & Expo (http://www.greenbuildexpo.org
Many developers would love to do projects of great design that are successful from every standpoint.
California – Governor Brown signed into law yesterday legislation fast tracking big project environmental review. Big projects, referred to as “Leadership Projects” by the law, are projects worth more than $100 million and that meet certain environmental and [Read more…] about Gov. Brown Streamlines Large Project Environmental Litigation
Stanford University has long held a tradition of innovation. The legendary tech startups, such as Yahoo and Google, that were founded by Stanford students in its’ hallowed halls are now the stuff of legend in SIlicon Valley. (In fact, Sun Microsystems got their original name as an acronym for Stanford University Network.) Billions of dollars have [Read more…] about The University as the True Hub of Green Innovation?
The urban agriculture movement has grown vigorously across the nation. The concept of urban agriculture, which is integrated into the urban economic and ecological system, has taken unprecedented forms. The agricultural zeitgeist of today has gained popularity for many urbanites, however, [Read more…] about Urban Agriculture 2.0: Los Angeles…Calling Los Angeles… Do You Copy? Over.
Last week, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation completed the painting of lanes on 7th west of Figueroa, according to blogdowntown.com. [Read more…] about Downtown LA Bike Lanes Make Their Debut
An effort a couple of Santa Monica High School students started to get their peers biking to campus is still rolling along four years later.
When “Bike It” launched in the fall of 2007, more than 80 students participated, according to LA.Streetsblog.org. That number doubled in 2008 and has continued to grow over the years, with walking and taking the bus later added. [Read more…] about Bike It Program Still Rolling