Terms searched: Los Angeles CA
30 Sep 2019 LOS ANGELES CA, United States
Funding to understand environmental sustainability challenges received a whopping boost 26 September with the commitment of US philantropists Stewart and Lynda Resnick to support cutting-edge research at California Institute of Technology (CalTech) home to NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). The $750 Million USD is the second largest ever to a US academic institution...
26 Apr 2018 LOS ANGELES CA
A proposal to borrow $8.9 billion for improvements to California’s water quality systems and watersheds and protection of natural habitats is eligible for the statewide ballot in November, Secretary of State Alex Padilla announced in a press release Wednesday. Padilla said the measure, which is backed by agricultural interests, had exceeded the 365,800 valid signatures it needed to qualify for the general election ballot.
12 Apr 2018 LOS ANGELES CA
Southern California's largest water wholesaler decided Tuesday to commit nearly $11 billion to build two tunnels under the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta to divert water south to Los Angeles and neighboring counties. The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California's vote was a landmark decision following a decade of study and debate...
14 Mar 2018 LOS ANGELES CA
Environmentalists have talked for decades about the value of the clean air, clean water, biodiversity and other “services” provided by nature. Now comes the fullest accounting to date of actual transactions that pay for such services. The headline number: between $36 billion and $42 billion per year, in more than 550 “payment for ecosystem services” programs worldwide.
5 Sep 2017 LOS ANGELES CA
Brown has pushed this tunnel plan all through his second go-’round in the Capitol, and now it may be reaching a decisive point. Not only are water districts around the state becoming concerned about who will pay the project’s cost of about $17 billion (plus interest), but local governments in the immediate area are alarmed over a host of environmental issues.
19 Mar 2014 LOS ANGELES, CA, United States
California’s Orange County Water District (OCWD) this week celebrated winning Singapore International Water Week’s (SIWW) prestigious Lee Kuan Yew Prize for its groundwater replenishment system.PUB CEO Chew Meng LeongThe OCWD developed a model for recycling water safely and effectively, by recharging the local aquifer and providing a source of water that is more resilient, according to Singapore’s Public Utilities Board (PUB) CEO Chew Meng Leong, who first announced the award on February 18...