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Environmental racism exacerbated by fossil fuel offsetting schemes

As the criticism of commitments to “net zero” grows, there are increasing calls for companies to pursue a goal of “real-zero,” which calls for the outright elimination of carbon emissions. One critic of “net zero,” David Klein, a mathematics professor at California State University Northridge told ABC News, “companies use the mantra net zero as a fig leaf for continuing whatever they’re doing.” -- Oil Change International

Hollywood press group announces over $4.5 million in grants

Higher education institutions receiving support include Cal State Dominguez Hills, Cal State Fullerton, Cal State Long Beach, Cal State Los Angeles, Cal State Northridge, Cerritos College Foundation, Los Angeles City College, Los Angeles Valley College, Cerritos College, Santa Monica College, California Institute of the Arts, UCLA and the American Film Institute. -- Hey SoCal

Dock Spiders Late Rally Comes Up Short

The Dock Spiders struck first in the second inning with a solo shot from Evan Smith (West Virginia) and an RBI single to the wall from Andrew Sojka (CSUN). The hit extended his hit streak to 13 consecutive games. The Rockers would strike back with seven unanswered runs, including five home runs between the second and third innings. In the third, six straight Rockers would reach base, including home runs from Griffin Stevens (Tiffin), Keniel De Leon (LIU), and JP Gauthier (Illinois State). Matt Scannell (Princeton) led the charge for the Rockers with three home runs to cap off a 4-4 night. -- KFIZ

HOLLYWOOD FOREIGN PRESS ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES $4.5 MILLION IN GRANT AWARDS FOR 2022-23

Higher education institutions receiving support include Cal State Dominguez Hills, Cal State Fullerton, Cal State Long Beach, Cal State Los Angeles, Cal State Northridge, Cerritos College Foundation, Los Angeles City College, Los Angeles Valley College, Cerritos College, Santa Monica College, California Institute of the Arts, UCLA and the American Film Institute. -- Millennium Magazine

Stress Relief Or Toxic Exposure? State Cautions ‘Rage Rooms’ May Deliver Unwanted Release

The danger to the environment and to customers from such businesses is likely minimal – especially compared to larger issues the Department of Toxic Substances Control regulates, said Antonio F. Machado, professor of environmental and occupational health at California State University, Northridge. The amount of toxic material rage rooms generate is probably small, and good ventilation could alleviate much of the concern for patrons, he said. -- LAist

Stress relief or toxic exposure? State cautions ‘rage rooms’ may deliver unwanted release

The danger to the environment and to customers from such businesses is likely minimal – especially compared to larger issues the Department of Toxic Substances Control regulates, said Antonio F. Machado, professor of environmental and occupational health at California State University, Northridge. The amount of toxic material rage rooms generate is probably small, and good ventilation could alleviate much of the concern for patrons, he said. -- ABC 10 Sacramento

Stress relief or toxic exposure? State cautions ‘rage rooms’ may deliver unwanted release

The danger to the environment and to customers from such businesses is likely minimal – especially compared to larger issues the Department of Toxic Substances Control regulates, said Antonio F. Machado, professor of environmental and occupational health at California State University, Northridge. The amount of toxic material rage rooms generate is probably small, and good ventilation could alleviate much of the concern for patrons, he said. -- CalMatters

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