Robert Gottlieb

Occidental College

Guest

Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy at Occidental College; co-author of Thinking Big: The Story of the Los Angeles Times, Its Publishers, and Their Influence on Southern California and Food Justice: Food, Health, and the Environment; former board member of the Metropolitan Water District

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California's definitive problem is the shortage of water — brought to public consciousness by a third year of diminished rainfall and new battles in the ongoing water war.

New Battles in California's Water Wars

California's definitive problem is the shortage of water — brought to public consciousness by a third year of diminished rainfall and new battles in the ongoing water war.

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It's only open on Sundays, but there's enough money left over to help similar markets sell fresh produce in Watts, Atwater Village and other neighborhoods where they can't make it on…

In the Heart of Hollywood: Produce or Parking?

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After a couple of major rainstorms it may sound counter-intuitive, but it is still short of water and likely to remain so.

All That Rain, Down the Drain

After a couple of major rainstorms it may sound counter-intuitive, but it is still short of water and likely to remain so.

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