Damage to Infrastructure from Sea Rise Will Disrupt Lives, Economy
 

Damage to Infrastructure from Sea Rise Will Disrupt Lives, Economy

KTSF-TV Ch 26/New America Media, News Report, Jessie Liang, Posted: Jul 18, 2014

Sea rise threatens vital Bay Area infrastructure such as airports, seaports, roads, and water treatment plants near the water.

 

California Agriculture Faces Greatest Water Loss Ever Seen

 

UC Newsroom, News Report, Kat Kerlin, Posted: Jul 17, 2014

A new report from UC Davis shows California agriculture may come up dry in the future if it continues to treat groundwater reserves like an unlimited savings account.

 

The Caribbean: A Clean Energy Revolution on the Front Lines of Climate Change

 

Inter Press Service, Commentary, Richard Schiffman, Posted: Jul 15, 2014

It is time to have a Marshall Plan for clean energy— not to rebuild war-torn nations, but to help protect our abused climate system from further damage.

Dispute over Control Over Navajo Oil and Gas Company Goes to Federal Court

 

Navajo Times, News Report, Posted: Jul 07, 2014

The fight for control of the Navajo Nation Oil and Gas Company was in federal court on Wednesday with four members of the Navajo Nation Council asking that a recent decision by the Navajo Nation Supreme Court be overturned.

 

UC Launches Global Food Initiative

 

UC Newsroom, News Report, Alec Rosenberg, Posted: Jul 07, 2014

Spearheaded by UC President Janet Napolitano, the initiative looks to help put the world on a path to sustainably and nutritiously feed itself.

 

Indian American Farmers Weathering Record Drought in California

 

India West, News Report, Sunita Sohrabji, Posted: Jul 06, 2014

Indian-Americans own an estimated 50,000 acres of farmland across California, where severe drought is taking its toll on the agriculture industry.

 

‘Under Water’: Calif.’s San Mateo County Takes Economic Hit from Sea Rise

 

Telemundo 48/New America Media, News Report, Pilar Nino, Translated by Elena Shore, Posted: Jun 28, 2014

About 90,000 people and $21 billion in property in San Mateo County are at risk of flooding, and homeowners fear an increase in flood insurance premiums.

 

Calif. Earmarks a Quarter of Its Cap-and-Trade Riches for Environmental Justice

 

InsideClimate News, News Report, Amy Nordrum, Posted: Jun 27, 2014

This year, $230 million from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund will go to programs for low-income and minority people.

 

'Under Water': Bay Area Latinos, Minorities Most Vulnerable to Sea Rise

 

Telemundo 48/New America Media, News Report, Pilar Nino, Translated by Elena Shore, Posted: Jun 27, 2014

Sea level rise affects more immigrant and minority communities than whites in the Bay Area, according to a new analysis.

Wildfire Sparks Evacuations on Navajo Nation, 11,000 Acres Burned

 

Indian Country, News Report, Posted: Jun 17, 2014

Two communities have been evacuated on the Navajo Nation as firefighters struggle to get a blaze under control, hampered by “high winds and extreme fire behavior,” according to KOB News out of New Mexico.

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