Stephanie Pincetl

California Center for Sustainable Communities at UCLA

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Stephanie Pincetl on KCRW

There’s a proposal to build some 20,000 new affordable homes in a new town filled with shops and services.

Building new housing in a wildlife area: Good idea?

There’s a proposal to build some 20,000 new affordable homes in a new town filled with shops and services.

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California is facing the Pineapple Express, a major storm this weekend and another next week, that is expected to bring six feet of snow and 12 inches of rain.

California's drought: The beginning of the end?

California is facing the Pineapple Express, a major storm this weekend and another next week, that is expected to bring six feet of snow and 12 inches of rain.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

UCLA has just come out with its Environmental Report Card and LA County’s water gets a C. That’s a general grade for quality, how much we use, and where we get it from.

LA Water Conservation Lags Behind

UCLA has just come out with its Environmental Report Card and LA County’s water gets a C. That’s a general grade for quality, how much we use, and where we get it from.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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