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California Legislators Thank Governor Brown for Marine Protected Area Leadership

As California families begin to plan summer trips to the beach, 29 California legislators released a letter today thanking Governor Brown for his leadership to conserve California’s Marine Protected Areas (MPAs).

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100 local businesses support permanent protection for Berryessa-Snow Mountain

The Berryessa Snow Mountain region is the crown jewel of Northern California's wild inner Coast Range. It is one of the most biologically diverse regions of California, and an important site for bald eagles and other iconic wildlife. The area is a dazzling outdoor wonderland rich in unique natural features and loaded with recreational opportunities located less than one hundred miles from the Sacramento and Bay Area metropolitan regions. We are proud to stand with 100 local business owners calling on President Obama to permanently protect Berryessa Snow Mountain.

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Testimony in Defense of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative

On January 22, 2014, Environment New Hampshire's Madeline Page and Travis Madsen gave oral and written testimony before the New Hampshire House Energy, Science and Technology Committee in support of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative. Full written testimony below:

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Natural Gas and Global Warming Factsheet

California has made great strides to combat global warming with clean energy and electric cars, but recent research shows that methane leaks during the production of oil and natural gas in California, as well as during the transportation and storage of natural gas, can erode or nullify our climate leadership.

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California's Solar Cities 2012:

This table presents the full listing of cities in California and their total installed amounts of distributed solar photovoltaic power systems, from the Environment California Research & Policy Center report California's Solar Cities 2012: Leaders in the Race Toward a Clean Energy Future. For a discussion of the data and a description of how these numbers were derived, please see the full text of the report, available at http://www.environmentcaliforniacenter.org.

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