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If you’re the owner of one of the 8 million pools in the U.S., you’re probably staying cool and refreshed during this summer’s record-breaking heat.
After 10 years and multiple rounds of public hearings, the State Water Resources Control Board announced yesterday that it would postpone voting on whether to adopt new flow and water quality standards for the lower San Joaquin River and the Stanislaus, Tuolumne, and Merced rivers.
Our clean energy future will require more energy storage to help ensure the lights stay on when the sun isn’t shining or the wind isn’t blowing. Your shiny new electric vehicle may also become an important type of battery for our power grid.
In good news for public health, the dangerous chemical will rightfully remain on this public list of cancer-causing substances.