A new UC Berkeley study shows that so called "green" buildings do reduce a variety of greenhouse gas emissions, but don't yet fare so well in reducing one of the biggest sources of emissions in California. Capitol Public Radio Network's Amy Quinton reports.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments yesterday about whether the federal Environmental Protection Agency can require power plants to clean up their toxic emissions, as the coal industry and its supporters continue to challenge the EPA's standards for mercury and other airborne toxins. KVCR's Matt Guilhem has more in this story from California News Service.
California state Senate Democrats have unveiled legislation that would fulfill Governor Jerry Brown's climate change goals of reducing reliance on fossil fuels. Capital Public Radio's Amy Quinton reports.