In "Clean Valley: San Joaquin Valley Leveraging Natural Resources to Grow the Clean Economy," Next 10 reports that the San Joaquin Valley is leveraging its agriculture and traditional energy expertise to develop a regional clean tech sector in a heavily agriculture-focused area.
In "Driving the Spotlight," Next 10 reports on how in both Los Angeles and Orange County, traditional anchor industries and a large population are driving the clean tech sector.
In "Living Lab" Next 10 reports on how San Diego's robust research and development community and Imperial County's abundance of land, energy, and labor are helping to grow the regional economy.
In "Power Town: California's Capital Region Mobilizing to Meet Growing Demand for Clean Technologies," Next 10 reports that Sacramento regional innovators are accelerating adoption of clean technologies.
In "Bay to Market: Bay Area Innovations Leading Clean Technology Development," Next 10 reports that the local culture and progressive policies are driving the region's clean economy.
Next 10 relaunched its nonpartisan site, www.cachoices.org, just in time for the November 2014 election.
The newly updated website includes in-depth information on all six statewide propositions on the ballot, and presents it in an easy-to-use format.
As our state faces some of the most severe drought conditions in its history, Next 10 wants to issue a new challenge to Californians: can you create a plan to make sure there's enough water for everyone?
As California's fiscal year begins, Next 10 is releasing its newly updated version of the California Budget Challenge, which reflects the past months of hearings and political debate in the Capitol.
The nonpartisan online California Budget Challenge gives users a flavor for some of the tough choices lawmakers considered while crafting the state budget, including: