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Sempra VP Surprises, Says 100 Percent Renewable Grid Is Possible Now

Sempra VP Surprises, Says 100 Percent Renewable Grid Is Possible Now

May 26
By Ingrid Lobet / inewsource

A vice president with Sempra Energy, one of the nation’s largest utilities, made a stunning admission to a roomful of gas and oil executives this week: there is no technical impediment to California getting all of its energy from renewables — now.

California Seeks To Shape International Climate Policies

California Seeks To Shape International Climate Policies

May 25
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

As President Trump's administration moves to reverse U.S. pollution policies on coal and emissions, California is moving forward with international agreements on carbon-reducing cap and trade policies.

Solana Beach Becomes First In County To Opt For Alternative Energy ...

Solana Beach Becomes First In County To Opt For Alternative Energy Program

May 25
By Claire Trageser

The city of Solana Beach became the first in the county to move forward with a program that allows local governments to bypass San Diego Gas & Electric and buy their energy directly.

San Diego Council Committee Gets Update On School Water Testing

San Diego Council Committee Gets Update On School Water Testing

May 25
By City News Service

An update on testing for contaminants in water at area schools is scheduled to be presented on Thursday to the City Council's Environment Committee.

Coastal Commission Met Privately With Edison A Year Before Public S...

Coastal Commission Met Privately With Edison A Year Before Public San Onofre Waste Storage Vote

May 23
By KPBS News

The California Coastal Commission gave the public a one-week notice in October 2015 that Southern California Edison was proposing to keep waste from the shuttered San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant onsite. But new documents show Commission officials met privately with Edison representatives to discuss that waste storage at least three times the year before.

Rare Southern White Rhino Born At San Diego Safari Park

Rare Southern White Rhino Born At San Diego Safari Park

May 19
By City News Service

A southern white rhinoceros calf was born at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park to a mother who had gone nearly a decade without being able to get pregnant, zoo officials announced Thursday.

Warmer Temperatures Moving Into San Diego County

Warmer Temperatures Moving Into San Diego County

May 19
By City News Service

"The weather pattern through the upcoming weekend will feature abundant sunshine and much warmer conditions as a ridge of high pressure builds aloft from the Pacific,'' according to the weather service.

County Officials Propose Increase In Water Rates

County Officials Propose Increase In Water Rates

May 18
By City News Service

The San Diego County Water Authority announced Thursday that staff is recommending a 3.7 percent hike in the amount of money local cities and districts pay for water in the 2018 calendar year.

San Diegans Celebrate 'Bike To Work Day'

San Diegans Celebrate 'Bike To Work Day'

May 18
By City News Service

Thousands of San Diegans commuted on two wheels in Thursday's annual Bike to Work Day, organized by the San Diego Association of Governments.

SANDAG Expects Thousands To Take Part In 'Bike To Work Day'

SANDAG Expects Thousands To Take Part In 'Bike To Work Day'

May 17
By Andrew Bowen

The San Diego Association of Governments is encouraging people across the county to commute by bike for one day to highlight the benefits of biking.

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