California's Getting Hot, Hot, Hotter

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By the end of this century, last month's heat wave will look like the average in California with 100 more days of 90-- temperatures every year. The Sierra snow pack will virtually dry up, cutting off two-thirds of the state's drinking water. There will be more smog and six times more heat-related deaths in urban centers. That nightmare scenario comes from the California Climate Change Center, a joint effort of three state agencies. We hear more about the report and look at the local effects of global warming with a policy analyst from the Natural Resources Defense Council and a special advisor on the environment to Governor Schwarzenegger.
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Prime Minister Blair's speech to the Los Angeles World Affairs Council

Our Changing Climate: Assessing the Risks to California, California Climate Change Center report on

California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (AB 32)

Field Poll on California Governor's race

Phil Angelides' gubernatorial campaign

Governor Schwarzenegger's re-election campaign



Warren Olney


Frances Anderton