James Salzman

UC Santa Barbara / UCLA

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James Salzman is Professor of Environmental Law at the UCSB Bren School and  UCLA Law School.

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Governor Jerry Brown has lifted emergency drought restrictions in all but four counties in California.

With drought officially over in California, can we take long showers?

Governor Jerry Brown has lifted emergency drought restrictions in all but four counties in California.

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The recent rain in Southern California has many rejoicing, but scientists say we should prepare for hotter, drier years ahead.

KCRW Live: The Human Face of Drought

The recent rain in Southern California has many rejoicing, but scientists say we should prepare for hotter, drier years ahead.

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Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer plans to retire after nearly 30 years on the bench. President Biden has promised to appoint a Black woman to his post.

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Josh Barro’s final episode as host of Left, Right & Center

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