California is moving on up! Moving on up! Despite a high unemployment rate, the votes in the recent election have shown that California voters are more concerned with the state’s effort in dealing with climate change. Rejecting a suspension of AB32, the proposed policy that requires the state to return to 1990 levels of greenhouse gas emissions by 2020, means a victory over big oil. With voter support for AB32 as well as support from various organizations, California is on its way to approach its goal. KP
My Home’s Involvement in Climate Change
I was born in the Dominican Republic on September 19,2001. When I was three my father brought me and my mother to the United States to live a better lifestyle, as every immigrant dreams of. We still visit family back in the Dominican Republic and it’s always
Just taking a minute to say how much I appreciate ClimateYou.
Being in Australia, it is a terrific way to keep in touch w/
cutting edge developments in the American – and global – response
to climate change. The succinct summary paragraphs are models
of clear thinking, truly a voice of reason. And I thought the
recent video interview w/ Cabinet Minister Steven Chu an
appropriate innovation/extension. You’re obviously up w/ the latest!
Very Well Done! Keep Up the Good Work!