Imperial Valley News
Governor Brown to West Virginia and Texas Attorneys General on Climate Change: "Crass Obstructionism is Not a Solution"
Sacramento, California - One week before he travels to Paris for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today blasted West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton for “crass obstructionism” following their latest attempt to undermine the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan and America’s role in upcoming climate change negotiations in Paris.
San Diego, California - In the pristine wilds of the Antarctic, the mysterious leopard seal rules the animal kingdom. This polar bear-sized top predator has razor-sharp canine teeth and the ability to greatly impact or even decimate entire communities of its prey, yet very few scientific studies have focused on this species.
Washington, DC - The United States joins our Troika partners, the United Kingdom and the Kingdom of Norway, in expressing deep concern that South Sudan's leaders have not formed a new transitional government within the agreed 90-day timeline of the August peace agreement.
Washington, DC - Myths and Facts: Resettling Syrian Refugees:
Washington, DC - The Department of State applauds the November 20 signing of the power purchase agreement (PPA) between the consortium, Nevis Renewable Energy International (NREI), and the Nevis Electricity Company in St. Kitts and Nevis to develop geothermal resources. This project not only has the potential to provide sustainable renewable power to the entire country, but also may lead to the first inter-island electrical interconnection in the Caribbean.
Washington, DC - At the Federal Trade Commission’s request, a federal court has banned Robert Ray Law and his company, CPU Service Incorporated (CPU) from sending unsolicited direct mail to advertise or promote goods or services, imposed a judgment of almost $400,000, and required them to immediately pay $45,000.