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The latest posts about Tommy and our related issues, including original material from Tommy and cited news content.

Aligned Interest Groups Killed California Rooftop Solar with Malice

January 7, 2024

This article by Ethan Baron originally appeared in the Jan. 7, 2024, edition of the San Jose Mercury News and East Bay Times, albeit under the misnomer headline “Rooftop Solar Industry […]

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L.A. Times: California Regulators to Blame as Solar Installations Plummet

December 29, 2023

This piece by the Los Angeles Times Editorial Board appeared in the Dec. 28, 2023, edition of the paper. It is shared here because of its ongoing interest and concern […]

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Stop Scapegoating CEQA for California’s Affordable Housing Crisis

December 18, 2023

This piece by Jennifer Ganata and Doug Carstens originally appeared in the Dec. 16, 2023, edition of the San Jose Mercury News. It is shared here because of the story’s interest to our […]

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An Uncertain Recovery for the Rarest of North American Wolves

November 19, 2023

This episode of Treehuggers International originally aired on January 18, 2009, on KBZT FM 94/9 in San Diego. By Tommy Hough With only about 40 animals left in the wild […]

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Does San Diego Realize Restoring Wetlands is Key to a Cleaner Mission Bay?

November 14, 2023

In one of my last projects with ReWild Mission Bay before beginning work with WaterWatch of Oregon, I collaborated with long-time ReWild Mission Bay supporter and Mission Bay Fly Fishing […]

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Judge Rules Kern River Must Be Allowed to Flow Through Bakersfield

November 3, 2023

This article by Ian James originally appeared in the Nov. 1, 2023 edition of the Los Angeles Times. It is shared here because of the story’s interest to our environmental […]

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San Diego’s Most Revered, and Vanishing, Native Tree

July 24, 2023

This edition of Treehuggers International originally aired on Dec. 7, 2008, on KBZT FM 94/9 in San Diego. A native San Diegan and California State Parks ranger, Darren Smith serves as […]

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No Better Tool to Combat Climate Change Than Old-Growth Forests

June 14, 2023

This piece by Alex Craven originally appeared in the Northwest Passages community forum series in the June 10, 2023, edition of the Spokane Spokesman-Review. By Alex Craven When envisioning Washington’s […]

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State, Local and Federal Agencies Agree Wildest is City’s Best Option

June 11, 2023

It was a busy spring at ReWild Mission Bay as we repeatedly asked you, our advocates and supporters and ReWild Coalition members, to make comments via e-mail, city websites, and […]

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The Antiquities Act and Great Spaces of Our Nation

June 6, 2023

“The time has come to inquire seriously what will happen when our forests are gone, when the coal, the iron, the oil, and the gas are exhausted, when the soils […]

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