California Gov. Jerry Brown delivers a blunt climate change message in Germany.
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California Governor Jerry Brown is telling the U.N. Climate Conference that Americans are reducing their carbon footprint, in spite of President Donald Trump rejecting the Paris climate deal. Capital Public Radio's Sally Schilling reports.
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California Governor Jerry Brown is planning a Climate Action Summit in 2018 bringing partners together from around the country and the world in support of the Paris Agreement. KVCR's Rick Dulock shares this story from CPRN.
While the Trump administration has promised to cut back on efforts to fight climate change, California is part of a coalition of state and local governments around the globe that vow to continue the fight against global warming. More in this story from Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford.
The "Governator" returned to Sacramento yesterday. Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger joined current Gov. Jerry Brown and other state leaders to mark the 10th anniversary of the historic climate change law that's considered a main part of his legacy. Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler reports.