August 2008

August 29, 2008

German Green Party's Heinrich Boll Foundation Offers Guidance on Cap and Trade, Feed-In Tariffs

Arne Jungjohann of the Heinrich Boll Foundation shares valuable insight and experience into the process of launching successful market incentives for the fight against climate change.

August 29, 2008

Environment Now's Terry O'Day Leads Unique Foundation to Clean Water, Beaches Along Coast

As Climate Change has made Americans more environmentally aware than ever, foundations such as Environment Now must find ways to harness the momentum of the moment to achieve measurable results.

August 29, 2008

From the Delta to the Colorado: Michael George Opines on California's Water Policy Deadlock

Michael George of Golden State Water Company makes an impassioned plea for leadership from Sacramento as the state's deepening water supply crisis gets lost in another budget battle.

August 29, 2008

Unified New Orleans Plan Approved: Citizens Demand Clustering of Neighborhood Facilities

As Steven Bingler of Concordia attests, the silver lining of the Hurricane Katrina disaster has been a renewed engagement by citizens in the planning and recovery process.

August 29, 2008

Ratkovich/Perez Lead Mission to Reinvigorate ULI LA

With the laundry list of challenges facing the region, there has never been a better time for strong leadership on responsible land use.

August 29, 2008

Pasadena's Mayor Bogaard Assesses City's Housing Element

A proactive approach to housing is just one the reasons that Pasadena has emerged as one of L.A. County's most livable and vibrant urban communities.


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