John White

Clean Power Campaign / Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology

Guest

Legislative Director of the Clean Power Campaign and Executive Director of the Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology in Sacramento, California

John White on KCRW

In the past 30 years, smog has decreased dramatically in Southern California thanks to the South Coast Air Quality Management District. But the region is still the nation's smoggiest.

Smog Alert

In the past 30 years, smog has decreased dramatically in Southern California thanks to the South Coast Air Quality Management District. But the region is still the nation's smoggiest.

from Olney in L.A.

The nuclear power reactors at San Onofre generated power off and on for 40 years, until they were shut down a year ago because of leakage from a tube for radioactive steam.

The Shutdown of San Onofre and California's Energy Future

The nuclear power reactors at San Onofre generated power off and on for 40 years, until they were shut down a year ago because of leakage from a tube for radioactive steam.

from Which Way, L.A.?

An election that turned conventional political wisdom upside down
and an economy that turned everything upside down; 2008 was a year of
some of the most profound changes Americans…

Fears, Hopes and Predictions for 2009

An election that turned conventional political wisdom upside down and an economy that turned everything upside down; 2008 was a year of some of the most profound changes Americans…

from Which Way, L.A.?

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LA Metro plans to hire 300 unarmed “transit ambassadors” to help riders navigate the system and keep an eye on passengers and employees.

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Health codes and food regulations used to be so complex that many vendors on California sidewalks and at beaches couldn’t get permits. It all changes thanks to Gov.

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If you're buying your first home, we want to hear from you. What's the process been like, what kind of a home are you looking for, what are your biggest pain points?

Katrina vanden Heuvel, editorial director and publisher of The Nation, remembers the Russian leader—whom she called a friend—as a committed pro-peace thinker, on this week’s “Scheer…

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Wednesday was supposed to be the next January 6 insurrection hearing, but the U.S. House Select Committee postponed it due to Hurricane Ian threatening the Florida coast.

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With freeway-adjacent land filling up and cities pushing back, is the golden age of the goods movement coming to a close in the Inland Empire?

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Protests are raging in Iran and across the world this week in response to 22-year-old Mahsa Amini’s death in police custody. She was arrested for not properly wearing her hijab.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

On this week’s Scheer Intelligence, Boyah Farah, a young refugee from Somalia’s hellish civil war describes his family’s narrow escape from death and their arrival in the placid…

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Maybe you want to start a family or expand the one you have. Does climate change have you worried about having children? We want to hear from you.

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