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April 26, 2013
by Lara Ettenson
NRDC

Next 10’s latest annual Green Innovation Index report assessing the state of California’s green economy shows once again that climate policy and a healthy economy go hand in hand.

April 26, 2013
by Gray Davis and Jean Charest
Sac Bee

Climate change has no boundaries. It affects everyone in our global community. Actions taken in one place – like increasing emissions at an old power plant – have a negative impact on those living half a planet away. For this reason, effective solutions to climate change must also have no boundaries.

April 19, 2013
by JEAN CHAREST AND GRAY DAVIS
The Globe

Climate change has no boundaries. It affects everyone in our global community. Actions taken in one place – like increasing emissions at an old power plant – have a negative impact on those living half a planet away. For this reason, effective solutions to climate change must also have no boundaries.

April 16, 2013
Santa Barbara Independent

SBWPC invites you to take part in this FREE special event Thursday, April 18, 2013 from 7:00pm to 9:00 pm at Antioch University, 602 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara with Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson, Assembly Member Das Williams, Sarah Henry of Next10 and the SBWPC to take on the challenges of the State budget.

March 19, 2013
by Dana Hull
Silicon Beat: the tech blog of the Mercury News

The 2013 “California Green Innovation Index,” released Tuesday by the nonprofit policy group Next 10, finds that jobs in the “Core Clean Economy” totaled 176,000 as of January 2011. The Bay Area, including Silicon Valley, boasts 52,555 clean energy jobs, or 30 percent of the state’s total.

The bulk of the state’s green jobs are in services, such as environmental consulting and green marketing. But green job growth can be found across clean tech sectors, from advanced materials to the smart grid.

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