Ken Alex

director of Project Climate at UC Berkeley School of Law; senior policy advisor to former California Gov. Jerry Brown

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Director of Project Climate at UC Berkeley School of Law; senior policy advisor to former California Gov. Jerry Brown

Ken Alex on KCRW

One way to get California’s carbon emissions under control: use giant vacuums to suck up carbon from the air and store it underground.

Proposal to cut greenhouse gas emissions ‘sucks’ — literally. Enter carbon vacuums

One way to get California’s carbon emissions under control: use giant vacuums to suck up carbon from the air and store it underground.

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Attorney General Bill Lockyer claims that greenhouse-gas emissions from automobiles harm California by contributing to global warming.

Attorney General Sues Six Auto Makers

Attorney General Bill Lockyer claims that greenhouse-gas emissions from automobiles harm California by contributing to global warming.

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