Michelle Kinman

Environment California

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Clean energy advocate at Environment California

Michelle Kinman on KCRW

Those of us who live in Southern California love to brag about our weather, much to the chagrin of the rest of the country when were in shorts and they're in wool sweaters.

Harnessing the Sun in the Antelope Valley

Those of us who live in Southern California love to brag about our weather, much to the chagrin of the rest of the country when were in shorts and they're in wool sweaters.

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