Julie Cart

Los Angeles Times

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Pulitzer Prize-winning environmental staff reporter at the Los Angeles Times, specializing in public lands and endangered species

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More than 100 thousand gallons of oil may have spilled in this week’s pipeline rupture in Santa Barbara.

Cleanup Efforts are Underway in the Santa Barbara Oil Spill

More than 100 thousand gallons of oil may have spilled in this week’s pipeline rupture in Santa Barbara.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

California has voted to give endangered species protection to the grey wolf, despite the fact that no grey wolves currently live in the state.

Grey Wolves Endangered

California has voted to give endangered species protection to the grey wolf, despite the fact that no grey wolves currently live in the state.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Five years ago, President Obama envisioned a boom in the building or large-scale solar generating projects all over the Southwest.

Solar Power: Out in the Desert or Up on Your Roof?

Five years ago, President Obama envisioned a boom in the building or large-scale solar generating projects all over the Southwest.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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PG&E says it may cut power in Northern California starting Wednesday due to fire risks.

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Salman Rushdie’s Quichotte is explored as a modern take on the novel Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes, with the opera Don Quichotte by Jules Massenet a strong influence.

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Twelve candidates are taking the stage at 5 PM PT at the CNN/New York Times Democratic Debate, hosted at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio

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Evacuation orders for the Saddleridge fire have been lifted.

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Starting October 29, LAX won’t allow curbside pickup from companies like Uber and Lyft.

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Every day, hundreds of students line up at Santa Barbara City College for free food. That’s a sign of how expensive college has gotten.

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The science behind a recent report is not credible due to financial conflicts of interests by the funder.  Why were these conflicts not detected by the medical journal?

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Hundreds of thousands of people in Northern California are without electricity right now. PG&E has cut power during this week’s windy weather to avoid sparking another wildfire.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand