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L.A.’s “Resilience By Design” Report Lays Out Ambitious Earthquake Infrastructure Plan

KQED Science | December 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

L.A.’s “Resilience By Design” Report Lays Out Ambitious Earthquake Infrastructure Plan

The just-released seismic resiliency plan for Los Angeles goes beyond just saving lives; it hopes to ensure that the nation's second-largest city will still work after a magnitude 7.8 earthquake.

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L.A. Ducks Drought by Saving up Water for a Dry Day

KQED Science | February 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

L.A. Ducks Drought by Saving up Water for a Dry Day

In Southern California there’s no imminent threat of water rationing. In fact, the region may be in a position to help other water-starved parts of the state.

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