Opinion | California Shows How States Can Lead on Climate Change nytimes.com The state is making a bold global statement with its cap-and-trade program.
Surprising to many during the recent presidential elections, talk of reviving coal operations was quite loud. That discussion was even more baffling to us here as we bask in the California sunshine and more and more of us put solar… Read more »
Renewable Energy Push Is Strongest in the Reddest States nytimes.com As the Trump administration digs in on coal and oil, numerous Republican-led states are investing in clean energy from the wind and the sun.
Oxnard Residents are fighting for clean air and beaches. Take a read, call your councilman, and go solar to show the PUC and So Cal Edison that you’d rather have cleaner, more affordable energy than the fossil fuels they provide. Thanks SOAR VC for sharing this!
Think Globally Act Locally. If you care about the environment and want to do something about it, go solar!
In a dramatic statement Tesla leader Elon Musk left his national advisory post in protest over the United State’s June 1st decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement (PCA). When questioned he stated, “Climate change is real. Leaving Paris… Read more »
We’re bringing some #ojaisolarvibes to the city of angels today. ✨🔸☀️🔸✨ #californiasolarelectric #sunpower #solarlife
An interesting story on NPR today
If this upsets you, be a part of the solution and go solar.