Democratic California Gov. Jerry Brown (left) and Sichuan provincial party Secretary Wang Dongming discussed climate change this weekend at a hotel in Chengdu, China. @GovPressOffice/Twitter
California Governor Jerry Brown is back in the state after five whirlwind days in China. Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford followed the governor throughout the journey, and he reports it ended much as it began.
KVCR's Ken Vincent introduces report from Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford
California Governor Jerry Brown's mission to fight climate change has taken him to China this week, but he's not committing to support more ambitious renewable energy goals back home. Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports from Beijing.
California Governor Jerry Brown is in China this week looking to strengthen ties in the fight against climate change. In reality that's meant meetings heavy on formality and light on substance, which could open the way for more concrete agreements down the road. But the governor has a more specific goal, as well. Brown is pushing the Chinese to invest in batteries for California electric cars. Traveling with the governor, Capital Public Radio;s Ben Bradford has more.
California Governor Jerry Brown is traveling around China, talking to regional leaders about climate change and economic issues. But on his first day in the country, he also stopped to see the pandas. Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford has more from China.