South Bay Energy Fair

The South Bay Energy Fair will feature, on site:
Bicycles as cargo vehicles
Electric cars
Multiple public transit advocacy groups
Local biodiesel purchasing
Solar energy installers
Energy-saving appliances & home retrofits
Ultra fuel-efficient motorscooters

Plus:
Alternative Fuel Smackdown debate
Green Fashion Show
Independent film release

A Great Day of Solar Energy & Green Transportation

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Solar Homes Tour of the South Bay

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American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy: California Doing the Most

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As Congress continues to debate climate change legislation that would include energy efficiency measures, states are already making progress in reducing the consumption of vehicles, utilities, and other fuel users. Downtown Memphis, Tennessee, where new building energy efficiency codes were recently adopted. (Photo: About.com) The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) singled out the […]

Today’s Headlines

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DTLA Drunk Driver Crashes Into 4 Cars, A Bus, And A Parklet (LAist) A Bike Lawyer’s Take on the Bottle-Throw Road Rage Incident (BicycleLaw) More on AB69 Bill Would Delay Cap&Trade for Fuels (LAT) Editorial: LAT Kind Of Supports Incentives To Reduce Driving Hidden Cash Drop Leaves A Whittier Park in Shambles (LAist) Disgruntled Westside […]

Today’s Headlines

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LADWP Truck Strikes and Kills Cyclist In San Fernando Valley (LAT) Cycling in the South Bay Call Senator Liu’s Helmet Law A “Liuser” Torrance’s Big Refinery Explosion Means Higher Gas Prices (LA Weekly) Lets Go L.A. Compares Courtyard Apartments vs. Dingbats Whole Foods Coming 8th and Grand In Downtown L.A. (LAT) Groundbreaking For New Sixth […]

Think Tank Responds to Report on Hidden Costs of Fossil Fuels: Yawn

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The National Academy of Science’s new report on the hidden health costs of U.S. reliance on fossil fuels has generated high-profile media coverage around the country, most of it focusing on the $62 billion annual estimate for coal rather than the $56 billion projection for vehicles. (Photo: SILive.com) But Greenwire’s write-up is particularly interesting, if […]