Thousands of energy-producing wind turbines dot the landscape in the Palm Springs area as part of an effort by the state to shift utilities to non-carbon sources of power. Another part of the effort to reduce California’s carbon emissions, cap-and-trade, is facing uncertainty over the program’s legality and future.
Thousands of energy-producing wind turbines dot the landscape in the Palm Springs area as part of an effort by the state to shift utilities to non-carbon sources of power. Another part of the effort to reduce California’s carbon emissions, cap-and-trade, is facing uncertainty over the program’s legality and future. Mark Boster Los Angeles Times
Thousands of energy-producing wind turbines dot the landscape in the Palm Springs area as part of an effort by the state to shift utilities to non-carbon sources of power. Another part of the effort to reduce California’s carbon emissions, cap-and-trade, is facing uncertainty over the program’s legality and future. Mark Boster Los Angeles Times