Mariel Garza is the deputy editor of the editorial page. Previously, she was an editorial writer focusing on state government and politics, plastic trash, public health and other topics. Before joining The Times’ editorial board in March 2015, she was deputy editorial page editor of the Sacramento Bee and is a former editor of the editorial pages of the L.A. Daily News and Los Angeles News Group. She’s a graduate of San Francisco State University.
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Oct. 8, 2023
Bombs bursting in air are being replaced by drone light shows, which probably are better for public health and the environment.
July 1, 2023
Me encanta mi coche eléctrico, pero después de más de tres años estoy pensando en cambiarlo por un modelo de combustible fósil porque incluso en California no es fácil ser un automovilista ecológico.
April 24, 2023
I love my electric car, but after more than three years I’m thinking of trading it in for a fossil-fueled model because even in California it’s not easy being a green motorist.
April 23, 2023
This is our chance to develop a circular economy: a system in which every product, building, vehicle, thing is designed to have a long and useful afterlife.
June 6, 2021
A new poll indicates that when it comes to actually removing Gov. Gavin Newsom from office, voters are split down party lines. No surprise there.
May 11, 2021
Does President Biden plan to ban Americans from eating tasty burgers? Only in the demented dreams of conservative commentators.
April 26, 2021
It’s entirely reasonable and, frankly, rational to relax the outdoor face covering rules as we head into warmer weather. The risks of COVID infection from strolling around outside are so low as to be negligible.
April 22, 2021