Harvey Wasserman: Before Unit One is reloaded with nuclear fuel, the key evaluations must be finished and subjected to public hearings.
Harvey Wasserman: The company must now depend on the state for massive legal and financial assistance. In return, the state has the right and responsibility to take charge of the safety challenges at Diablo and to decide whether it is safe to reload or re-start.
Paul Haeder: Imagine, plowing-over and diking-away these truly amazing ecosystems that are positive carbon sinks, help reduce flooding from storm surges, and provide filtered water from creeks and rivers coming to the sea from higher up and deep in the Oregon Central coast highlands and mountains.
Ken Franklin: Fifty feet away beside a long table of pastries and beef sliders, activists united in the lobby of the office building to sing modified holidays carols, many holding signs like “PG&E Kills,” and “No Bailout For Shareholders.”
Judith Lewis Mernit: So far, Gavin Newsom has only affirmed his support for a ban on hydrofracturing, although activists are hopeful he will be more aggressive on environmental issues than Jerry Brown.
Daniel Lichtenstein-Boris: Over 6 foot five inches tall, with a long red beard, wide arms, and bulging biceps, Cody carried the heavy pack like he barely noticed it.
John Peeler: We imagine an ideal, unspoiled island ecosystem, but how can we determine when that system existed, and what species were part of it?
Judith Lewis Mernit: Much of the recent gathering in San Francisco involved corporate and government backslapping — noble but too easily mocked.
Cynthia Madison: The public has become more environmentally conscious. This translates into the fact that they are worried about the environment and are interested in protecting it.
Robert Koehler: The planet itself is transitioning, to God knows what. There may be no human race on the other side of that transition, but maybe there will be. Either way, we have to reach well beyond ourselves.
WJ Astore: As my wife pointed out to me, Trump & friends aren’t worried about smog and pollution and respiratory discomfort. They don’t live downwind from coal-fired plants.
Walter Moss: How religion led these two figures to vastly different conclusions about climate change.
Paul Haeder: Rupert Murdoch then is editor-at-large and cuts, cuts, cuts anything smelling of criticism against industry