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Tony Barboza

Tony Barboza is a reporter who covers air quality and the environment with a focus on Southern California. He has been on staff at the Los Angeles Times since 2006, is a graduate of Pomona College and completed a Ted Scripps Fellowship in Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado.
Beverly Hills businessman quits air board after Times charter school investigation

Beverly Hills businessman Clark Parker has resigned his position on the South Coast Air Quality Management District, following a Los Angeles Times investigation into charter schools he founded with his wife.

Coachella Valley smog has gotten worse, and climate change could be to blame

Air quality officials will miss a 2019 federal deadline to clean smog in the Coachella Valley, saying the challenges of 'hotter summer weather and the threat of climate change' are hampering efforts to slash health-damaging ozone.

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