It’s time for California, long a leader in green energy investment, to take another big step forward on the environment and job creation. When Californians … read more.
(Editor's Note: Living in Los Angeles is a day-to-day experiment requiring patience and improvisational skills. So does governing this sprawling metropolis of 3.8 million people. … read more.
With the rejection of Mitt Romney’s economic vision, wherein the invisible hand of the free market guides us to prosperity (at least those not … read more.
(Note: This post first appeared September 5 on Huffington Post and is republished with permission.) You wouldn't think that green jobs and gangs in … read more.
A question that is being asked by talking heads on the right-wing yak shows lately is, “Where are all the green jobs?” Well, there … read more.
With tens of millions of Americans still out of work, the idea of the U.S. achieving full employment might seem like a pipe dream. Not … read more.
“Is there an age limit on those energy efficiency jobs you were talking about, sir?” asked an elderly woman with a heavy, Eastern European-sounding accent. … read more.
One central challenge to building a green economy is that for many, the inner workings of a key pillar of that economy — the … read more.
The Board of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power took a huge step towards a greener, more efficient Los Angeles last Thursday. … read more.
(This post first appeared as a Los Angeles Times opinion piece.) On April 30, the L.A. Metropolitan Transportation Authority voted to award an $890-million contract for … read more.