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L.A. at HomeCould this be the most water-wise house in Los Angeles? Architect Frank Pasker and designer Grit Leipert call their new Mount Washington experiment Nob Hill Haus, and though the name may sound vaguely German or San Franciscan, the home's design......
Opinion L.A.Fracking, or hydraulic fracturing: A good source of natural gas or an environmental hazard that could contaminate the water we consume?...
Opinion L.A.Since the end of the recession, Texas has created 4 out of every 10 new jobs in America. Despite the state's problems, this is a clear indicator that Democrats should stop writing off Republican strategies simply because they're Republican strategies,.......
Money & CompanyA program that helped property owners install green upgrades before it ran into government roadblocks last year may be resuscitated by Congress. A group of legislators introduced a bill Wednesday to jump-start the Property Assessed Clean Energy program,...
GreenspaceNearly half of of the water conservation programs in 122 Los Angeles and Orange county cities fell into the “poor” or “worst” categories, in a new survey released this week. The Sierra Club Los Angeles Chapter unveiled a...
L.A. at HomeCOMMUNITY GARDENS DISPATCH NO. 39: Growing Experience, Long Beach The thick hedge at the entrance to the Growing Experience community garden is Mexican marigold, above, a drought-tolerant bush whose scent has touches of lemon and mint. As its name might.....
L.A. at HomeHome and garden events are listed below. Suggest your own via reader comments. Submissions must be fewer than 75 words and must be for one-time events with legitimate value to other readers. No store promotions and no frivolous links, please.......
Opinion L.A.Even in wet years, California needs to be smarter about managing our limited water supplies so we can sustain our economy and our natural resources....
In a parched experimental plot at the edge of UC Riverside, several dozen mounds of grass poke out of the powdery soil. These plants have the soft, narrow leaf blades and dark-green hue that would make them a welcome addition to any American lawn. Most...
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It started with gray water, then escalated to chickens, composting toilets and rain barrels. I'm talking about the two years I've spent transforming my humble California bungalow into a test case for sustainable living — an experience that's cost me...
Earthquakes dwell deep in the Japanese imagination. No country may be better prepared for a major earthquake than Japan. Seismic standards for construction are among the strictest in the world. From a young age, Japanese learn to dive under desks to...
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