Robert Hertzberg

California State Senate

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Democratic State Senator representing parts of the San Fernando Valley; co-founder and former chairman of G24 Innovations, a company based in Cardiff, Wales, making flexible solar cells; former California State Assembly Speaker

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In his first week as President, Barack Obama  called for urgent measures  to combat global warming.

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In his first week as President, Barack Obama called for urgent measures to combat global warming.

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Just as President Obama  cracks down on climate change , scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research have issued discouraging  new findings .

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Just as President Obama cracks down on climate change , scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research have issued discouraging new findings .

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