Warner Chabot

CEO, California League of Conservation Voters

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Chief Executive Officer of the California League of Conservation Voters

Warner Chabot on KCRW

Google is investing 94 million dollars in solar plants in Northern California, but will other companies follow suit?  California’s leading the nation in dealing with climate change—but…

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With California facing a $42 billion shortfall in the next 18 months, just five people are negotiating a  state budget  with consequences that could last for a decade.

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