California wants to lead the battle against climate change. Thanks to renewable energy, we have the opportunity to achieve aggressive climate goals in CA while easing the transition to a cleaner future.
A few years ago, lawmakers developed an aggressive plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Now the next step in the transition to clean energy falls to us, but more specifically to California’s drivers.
Traditional jobs are inflexible. Women are often forced to choose between work and family, while confronting the challenges of managing work, family and the costs of raising children and caring for loved ones.
The gig economy doesn’t have the dirty, dangerous factories of the Industrial Revolution, or child laborers or piece workers. But, make no mistake, this is economic innovation based on exploitation of labor.
When it comes to setting the rules that govern part-time workers in a rapidly changing gig economy, the answer depends on which type of driver you see in the front seat – a wage slave or an entrepreneur.
We have a moral, practical, and economic imperative to provide all students with a high-quality education that prepares them for college, career and civic life. Nothing less than the future of our children, our communities and our state hangs in the balance.
When California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s budget proposed expanding health care insurance to all undocumented immigrants up to age 26, his fiercest criticism came from those who felt his proposal was not ambitious enough.
When it comes to California’s traffic congestion, Influencers are in two camps when it comes to how the state can confront the transportation crisis that threatens our economy, our environment and our quality of life.
In California, years of economic and technological upheaval have created an unmet demand for new job skills required for high-paying jobs, which has led to tremendous growth in income disparity among workers.
While the California Influencers agree that achieving 100 percent access to health care should be the ultimate goal, most of them emphasized a range of intermediate measures to move gradually closer to the target.