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Governor’s Budget Banks on Voters Passing Water Bond To pay for most of the water initiatives in his proposed budget, the governor is banking on voters approving a $4 billion parks and water bond. Read More
Majority Opposition to Drilling Includes Coastal Republicans Majorities of coastal Republicans joined with other regional and political groups in opposing more offshore oil drilling, the PPIC Statewide Survey shows. Read More
Video: Californians and Climate Change There is broad consensus in favor of California’s efforts to address climate change, the PPIC Statewide Survey shows. Read More
Remaking the Salton Sea California’s largest lake faces a water crisis. A new state plan seeks to address urgent environmental and public health problems. Read More
Uncertain Future for Cap-and-Trade California's cap-and-trade program—which funds most of the state's actions to address climate change—faces an uncertain future. Read More

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