According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) the current administration is preparing to revoke the California waiver which, under the Clean Air Act, allows California to set greenhouse gas emissions for model year 2009 and newer motor vehicles (EPA, 2009). Currently California applies cleaner vehicle emission standards than what is required by federal law. Thirteen … Continue reading Trump Administration Set to Revoke California Emission Standards
If you live in Southern California, you’re familiar with the overcast skies and cool days associated with late spring and early summer. But for those of you unfamiliar with terms like “June gloom”, “May gray”, “no-sky July”, and my personal favorite – “Fogust”- let me welcome you to the least happy time of the year … Continue reading June Gloom
Dr. Kim Cobb is a leader, and born scientist who is helping steer the discussion on climate change and shape our future. She is an advance professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology and has been studying climate change and paleoclimate for nearly two decades.
Traffic in Metropolitan area’s suck. There is really no other way to put it. But does it have to?
The day I received my high school diploma was arguably the most important milestone of my academic career. Unknowingly, I began a lifelong fascination with taking my education just one step further. This has manifested in my current pursuit of a Doctor of Philosophy at age 22.
January was an exceptionally wet month for southern California, bringing in over 200% the monthly average for some regions.