Rose Luxemburg Stiftung NYC Blog
Plum Tree Tavern
Even when April showers pour in California, as poet Diane Moomey reflects, the true issue is how long will the water last and for whom?
Reveal/Center for Investigative Reporting
In the midst of a historic drought, Californians have no way of knowing who is guzzling the most water. That’s not an accident. It’s by design, thanks to an obscure 1997 measure that weakened one of the state’s chief open government laws, the California Public Records Act. For the source of this legislation, look no further than Silicon Valley, where the city of Palo Alto decided it needed to do more to protect the privacy of the tech elite.
Trade Unions for Energy Democracy
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