clean technology http://kalw.org en Oakland’s District One candidates on cops, debt, and economic growth http://kalw.org/post/oakland-s-district-one-candidates-cops-debt-and-economic-growth <p></p><p>Three incumbents are leaving their city council seats in Oakland this year, including District One’s councilmember, Jane Brunner. District One is basically North Oakland, separated by the 24 freeway, which divides the more upscale neighborhoods of Temescal and Rockridge from the historically lower-income neighborhoods to the west. Both Oaklands come together at the corner of Alcatraz and San Pablo Avenue, just shy of the Berkeley border.</p> Wed, 31 Oct 2012 00:37:50 +0000 Charlie Mintz 18714 at http://kalw.org Oakland’s District One candidates on cops, debt, and economic growth Connecting the Dots: Top News Stories for Thursday, April 19 http://kalw.org/post/connecting-dots-top-news-stories-thursday-april-19 <p>California&#39;s <a href="http://www.sacbee.com/2012/04/19/4425173/study-touts-californias-clean.html#mi_rss=Business" target="_blank">clean-technology investment</a> is growing, according to a report released today by SF-based nonprofit Next 10, a nonprofit promoting awareness around the environment, technology, and the economy. From 2010 to 2011, investment rose 24% to $3.5 billion, and while Next 10 says this was a significant boost to the state&#39;s financial recovery, some economists say the clean-tech industry is still a small sector of California&#39;s overall economy...<br /> Thu, 19 Apr 2012 16:38:53 +0000 Fatima Duran 9329 at http://kalw.org Connecting the Dots: Top News Stories for Thursday, April 19