Jim Metropulos

Sierra Club of California

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Senior advocate focusing on water and and energy policy for the Sierra Club of California

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Forty Democrats in the state Assembly have called for the President of California's Fish and Game Commission to resign.

Fish and Game Commissioner Criticized for Killing Mountain Lion

Forty Democrats in the state Assembly have called for the President of California's Fish and Game Commission to resign.

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Cutbacks in urban water use, penalties for agricultural diversions, new dams and, possibly, a Peripheral Canal around the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.

Will the Water Wars Never End?

Cutbacks in urban water use, penalties for agricultural diversions, new dams and, possibly, a Peripheral Canal around the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.

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Global warming is one threat to California’s water supply.  Another is the fragile condition of the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, which irrigates thousands of acres of crops and…

Schwarzenegger and Feinstein Team Up on a New Water Bond

Global warming is one threat to California’s water supply.  Another is the fragile condition of the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, which irrigates thousands of acres of crops and…

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