California

January 20, 2017

Media Law for Journalists 2017

This Media Law Resource Center workshop and roundtable in Los Angeles is for freelancers, bloggers, reporters, editors in print, digital or video spaces, podcasters — any media worker without the benefit of a legal department. Top media lawyers will give practical advice on numerous topics.

"Side Effect Of California's Drought: More Climate Pollution"

"Droughts are already getting longer and more severe because of human-caused climate change in the American Southwest and around the world. But the drought-climate connection goes both ways: California's prolonged dry spell has also made climate change a little bit worse."

Source: Palm Springs Desert Sun, 01/04/2017

Will State, Local Government Replace Feds on Climate Change?

Even if the incoming Trump Administration retreats from climate action, as many fear, state and local governments may fill the gap on climate policy. Our latest Issue Backgrounder takes a closer look, and offers sources and resources to help you cover the more localized climate stories that may result.

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