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VCPWA Water And Sanitation Ensures A Greener Ventura County With SB 1383 Solid Waste Regulation Compliance

VCPWA Water And Sanitation Ensures A Greener Ventura County With SB 1383 Solid Waste Regulation Compliance

(VENTURA COUNTY, Calif.) – November 18, 2021 — Ventura County Public Works Agency, Water and Sanitation (PWA-WS) went before the Ventura County Board of Supervisors on November 16th to ensure the County of Ventura complies with new state solid waste laws and regulations, as prescribed by the state enacted Senate Bill 1383 (SB 1383). SB 1383 is the most significant […]

Environmental Advocates And Members Of Impacted Communities To Stage Sacramento Protest Amid Aliso Canyon Expansion

Environmental Advocates And Members Of Impacted Communities To Stage Sacramento Protest Amid Aliso Canyon Expansion

Sacramento, CA — Two years after Governor Newsom sent a letter to California’s Public Utilities Commission urging the closure of SoCalGas’ Aliso Canyon gas storage site, environmental advocates and members of impacted communities will march in protest at the Governor’s approval of the facility’s expansion. On Thursday, November 18, Sacramento will be the nexus for the […]

Ventura Residents Ask Gov. Newsom And EPA Administrator Regan To Stop SoCalGas

Ventura Residents Ask Gov. Newsom And EPA Administrator Regan To Stop SoCalGas

Ventura, CA – Ventura residents are appealing to Governor Gavin Newsom and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan to prevent SoCalGas from expanding a natural gas compressor that’s footsteps away from an elementary school and Boys & Girls Club. A coalition of community members, nonprofit organizations, and businesses — known collectively as the Westside Clean […]

California Residents Consume 8th Least Gasoline In U.S.

California Residents Consume 8th Least Gasoline In U.S.

Mike LaFirenza In the ongoing efforts to combat global climate change, one of the most promising trends has been a growing shift away from carbon-emitting vehicles. Transportation produces 29% of greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S., according to the EPA, but hybrid and electric vehicles are growing in popularity and potentially poised to reduce that […]

CPUC To Vote On Gas Storage Increase At Aliso Canyon Amid Opposition From Community Members, Environmental Activists and State Legislators

CPUC To Vote On Gas Storage Increase At Aliso Canyon Amid Opposition From Community Members, Environmental Activists and State Legislators

Los Angeles, CA — Two votes from the California Public Utilities Commission this week will determine the future of natural gas storage at SoCalGas’ Aliso Canyon storage facility, site of the worst natural gas blowout in U.S. history, and whether its capacity will be increased.   Up for consideration are two separate proposals: one would […]

Greedy People Pretending to be Needy

Greedy People Pretending to be Needy

. . . By John Jay . Watching the BIG lines of cars driving up to food bank centers burns me up to the Nth degree!!!  WHY?  Because 50% to 60% of the cars are BIG GAS HOGS!! How can they justify the need for FREE FOOD DONATED BY US SUCKERS?  Too poor to buy […]

Communities on the Front Lines of Climate Change Demand Vulnerable Working Families Be Prioritized in Transition off of Gas

Communities on the Front Lines of Climate Change Demand Vulnerable Working Families Be Prioritized in Transition off of Gas

Sacramento – On the heels of news reporting that the CPUC is launching a rulemaking process to manage a transition away from gas, community leaders from across California rallied on the steps of the Capitol to launch a statewide campaign aimed at powering up clean energy and powering down dirty gas to protect working families. […]

California to have highest gas prices in nation when new gas tax kicks in July 1

California to have highest gas prices in nation when new gas tax kicks in July 1

By Leo Stallworth LOS ANGELES (KABC) — When the new gas tax kicks in July 1, California will have the highest gas tax in the country. The new gas tax will add an additional 5.6 cents per gallon of gas. Consumer Watchdog President Jaime Court argues even though the new gas tax is expected to generate […]

Why Gas Prices Are Spiking

Why Gas Prices Are Spiking

By Jill Cowan Gas is never cheap in California. But if you’ve filled up your tank in recent days, you may have found yourself wincing more than usual. That’s because, for the first time since July 2015, the average price for a gallon of gas in the Golden State pushed past $4, Dan McTeague, a senior petroleum analyst […]

Average gas price in California predicted to hit $4 a gallon

Average gas price in California predicted to hit $4 a gallon

By Amy Graff, SFGATE The price of gas is now above $3.50 a gallon in all major cities across California. And in San Francisco where the average is the highest in the state at $3.71, you might have already paid more than $4 at a pricier station. As oil prices soar, the price of gas is […]

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