L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti is ditching plans to invest billions in fossil fuels, activists say

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power won’t rebuild three gas-fired power plants, environmental groups say.

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti is ditching plans to invest billions in fossil fuels, activists say

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power won’t rebuild three gas-fired power plants, environmental groups said Monday.


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  1. There goes all the good paying jobs…

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  2. High speed rail? California leads the way with high speed rail. Yeah buddy. Oh wait. They ditched high speed rail? Billions lost and millions in investment and jobs are gone

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  3. Next they will be begging for money from the federal government to build windmills in downtown LA!

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  4. WE need big national investment in energy.

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  5. If we have to rely on fossil fuels to bridge the gap until renewable energy can replace it, take the the most environmentally friendly one. We can’t afford to negatively affect business and commerce during the transition. People need jobs to survive. We can make it a reality.

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  6. Look — I’m all for protecting the environment and for allowing local governments to make these types of decisions. BUT: Let’s just hope they don’t (quite literally) turn the lights out in Los Angeles. 🤨🤨

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  7. So how much more are energy bills going to go up?

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  8. perhaps it’s time we focus our efforts on solar energy. Naturally

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  9. Julie Gill Shuffield did you hear about this?

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  10. How about we figure out a way to store rainfall runoff for irrigation.

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  11. Finally a decent proposal from Garcetti…wow

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  12. CA needs to invest in the new startups that are solving the issues with nuclear energy

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