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CASwiki news articles have a focus on news of community action for sustainability. This article is an offshoot from CASwiki's California article and is for news and comment in that context.

2017[edit]

Loconomics Gives Gig Workers an Alternative to Investor-Owned Platforms, Nov 29 [1]

“Santa Monica releases second round of Wellbeing Index findings”, Sep 14 [2]

California to pass law setting 100% renewable electricity goal, Aug 31 [3]

Nurses Join Forces With Labor Union to Launch Healthcare Platform Cooperative, Aug 21 [4]

Check Out Toy Cycle, a New Platform for Families to Swap Toys, Aug 7 [5]

Sacramento Nonprofit Sol Collective Uplifts Communities Through Art and Activism, Jun 28 [6]

Bay Area Nonprofit Project Equity Transforms Businesses Into Worker-Owned Cooperatives, Apr 17 [7]

How Community Members Started a Warming Shelter Program in California, Feb 6 [8]

Cool Block Shows How Neighborhoods Can Create Climate Resilience, Jan 11 [9]

Palo Alto Residents Share Dishware to Reduce Waste, Build Community, Jan 5 [10]

How free solar panels for the poor are ushering California toward a carbon-free future, Jan 2 [11]

2016[edit]

These Workers are Celebrating 20 Years of Shared Bread and Shared Ownership, Dec 19 [12]

For Homeless in Santa Cruz, California, Garden Project Offers Hope, Stability, and Jobs, Dec 12 [13]

California Law Recognizes Meadows and Forests as Water Infrastructure, Oct 4 [14]

California Seed Sharing Bill Signed into Law, Sep 14 [15]

California is about to find out what a truly radical climate policy looks like, Aug 29 [16]

Nation’s first K-8 urban farm school teaches kids how to grow their own food, Aug 1 [17]

The County-By-County Fight Against Fracking In California Had A Good Night On Tuesday, Jul 20 [18]

Harvest Club Looks to Backyard Groves to Feed the Hungry, May 25 [19]

How Transition Palo Alto Brings Sharing and Community to Silicon Valley, Apr 25 [20]

2015[edit]

The successful Black Urban Growers conference, November 22 [21]

Energy Democracy: Inside Californians' Game-Changing Plan for Community-Owned Power, November 16 [22]

University of California Begins Fossil Fuel Divestment, September 10 [23]

The Nation’s Most Populous State Just Voted To Divest From Coal, September 3 [24]

Davis, California – the American city which fell in love with the bicycle, August 3 [25]

California passes ambitious laws on emissions and energy efficiency, June 4 [26]

California Drought Tests History of Endless Growth, April 4 [27]

2014[edit]

California Becomes First State To Ban Single-Use Plastic Bags, September 30 [28]

Governor Jerry Brown signs California's Neighborhood Food Act, and several other bills seeking to promote local and sustainable food systems in California, September 29 [29]

California Experiencing Most Severe Drought Ever Recorded, August 1 [30]

Pasadena ShareFest Goes Big, June 3 [31]

Oakland will upgrade 30,000 street lights with GE LED fixtures, May 7 [32]

California City Becomes First To Vote To Ban Fracking, April 24 [33]

How A Well-Being Index For Cities Is Taking Shape In California, March 31 [34]

Living with Climate Change: Joanne Poyourow in Los Angeles, March 2 [35]

5 Shocking Drought Facts to Make You Rethink the Golden State, Febraury 14 [36]

As Drought Persists, 17 California Communities Almost Out Of Water, January 29 [37]

California added more rooftop solar capacity in 2013 than in the past 30 years combined! January 8 [38]

2013[edit]

Legalizing Sustainability? Santa Monica Recognizes Rights of Nature, April 11 [39]

Santa Monica street goes green with bike-friendliness, January 13 [40]

2011[edit]

Nevada City Energy Solutions Task Force Report Accepted by City Council, [41] March 17

2009[edit]

California Energy Commission approves the nation's first energy efficiency standards for televisions, [42] November 18

California decree requires electricity companies to generate a third of their power from renewable sources by 2020, [43] September 12

Government shuts off water to California farms in controversial effort to help threatened species, [44] August 13

Warming climate threatens California fruit and nut production, [45] July 21

California in drought emergency, [46] February 28

A solar deal to put mirrors in the Mojave, [47] February 11

2008[edit]

Berkeley approves city-backed loans for solar panels, [48] September 17

California offers rebates for alternative fuel vehicles, [49] April 3

Dam removal proposal for Klamath River, [50] January 17

Comment[edit]

2017

Will Public Banking Bring More Clean Energy Programs to California? Sep 28 [51]

What Would a Community-Owned Food System Look Like? Mar 6 [52]

News sources[edit]

California Resources Agency


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