The Utility Reform Network
Executive director at TURN, The Utility Reform Network
Fifteen years ago, California had an energy crisis, and state regulators effectively froze prices for consumers who used the least amount of electricity.
Jul. 7, 2015from Which Way, L.A.?
In the past two weeks 60,000 people went to the Orange County Great Park in Irvine to check out the “Solar Decathlon.”
Oct. 15, 2013from Design and Architecture
There’s been early denial and official inaction when it comes to both the coronavirus outbreak and climate change. Can either crisis teach us about the other?
Mar. 19from To the Point
To curb the spread of COVID-19, LA is closing bars, nightclubs, theaters, music venues, gyms, and retail stores. Restaurants are open for deliveries and pick-ups only.
Mar. 16from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Nearly 40 million Californians just completed the first weekend under Governor Gavin Newsom's shelter-in-place directive. Much of Los Angeles was shuttered.
Mar. 23from KCRW Features
In this episode of Studio Berlin, we take a closer look at the city’s cycling infrastructure and Berlin’s mobility law.
Mar. 21from Studio Berlin
Dr. Michael Wilkes of UC Davis says his patients are worried about how their medical information might be used during this coronavirus pandemic.
Mar. 19from KCRW Features
With newfound time on your hands during the COVID-19 outbreak, you may want to help those in need. We get some tips on how to do this while staying a safe six feet away.
Mar. 17from KCRW Features
It’s not enough, and it’s too late.
Mar. 13from Left, Right & Center
Several clinics in Santa Barbara have begun testing patients for COVID-19 from their cars, but only certain people qualify.
Mar. 24from KCRW Features
Governor Gavin Newsom's office projects that as many as 25 million Californians could contract COVID-19. Dr.
Mar. 20from KCRW Features