Monthly Archives: July 2015

California task force approves blueprint for closing skills gap

CA Economic Summit By John Guenther, johng@cafwd.org July 30, 2015 Right after a task force working to close the skills gap approved and presented their recommendations yesterday in Sacramento, some members received Rosie the Riveter lunch boxes emblazoned with the … Continue reading

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California’s drought spurs unexpected effect: eco-friendly development

NPR, Valley Public Radio By Ezra David Romero, @ezromero July 29, 2015 The drought in California has gone on so long, and is so severe, that it’s beginning to change the way people are designing residential communities — in unexpected … Continue reading

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Californians support drought measures, blame global warming for dry times

KQED By Craig Miller, @voxterra July 29, 2015 Californians continue to support state and local measures to save water, even if they’re not sure what conservation target they’re trying to hit. That’s one impression from the latest drought polling by … Continue reading

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