Newsletter Archive

 

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2017 Newsletters
Sept 2017 How do we reduce climate risks to the ocean and coasts
Sept 2017 California Climate Programs Brought 41,000 Jobs to the Inland Empire
Aug 2017 Groundwater Markets Under SGMA: Avoiding Potential Pitfalls
July 2017 How do we realize an electric vehicle future?
June 2017 Q&A: What’s next post-Paris?
May 2017  We’re Hiring A Water Law & Policy Fellow
April 2017  Imagining a Modern Water Rights Database for California
Mar 2017 Infill Housing Can Help California Meet Climate Goals and Grow Local Economics
Mar 2017  Implementation Gap in Environmental Law | Improving Water Data
Feb 2017 Want to work on climate policy?
Jan 2017 The Economic Impacts of California’s Major Climate Programs on the San Joaquin Valley
2016 Newsletters
Dec 2016 Looking to 2017
Dec 2016 A new portal for California climate policy solutions
Nov 2016  The Berkeley Big Give
Nov 2016  A glance at upcoming events
Sept 2016  Finding least-conflict lands for solar PV in California’s San Joaquin Valley — and beyond
July 2016  How do we accelerate the pace of innovation in the urban water sector?
May  2016  Exploring citizen enforcement related to sewage spills in California
April 2016  To reach California’s energy efficiency goals, we need to be able to measure our savings
Mar 2016  California’s new agencies are critical for groundwater sustainability
2015 Newsletters
Dec 2015 December 2015: CLEE co-sponsors subnational climate agreement signing ceremony in Paris
Nov 2015 How well do California’s rail transit station neighborhoods create walkable, equitable, and thriving locales?