New report finds that California remains a leader in renewable energy production while its residents use less energy and have lower energy bills than other Americans
Online Challenge lets you decide state spending that will shape the future Golden State has moved from a $25 billion deficit to an $8 billion reserve in five years
Employment is growing, but can people afford to stay here? State faces possible shortage of middle-class workers
New report & web tool detail business climate indicators, reveal strong business & jobs growth
New Compare 50 tool gives answers, puts big data in everybody’s hands
California leads U.S. in water-related technology patents, venture capital commitments
Scorecard grades California rail transit stations - which stations serve as hubs of thriving neighborhoods and which don't?
Walkability, downtown-like environments contribute to transit station success. Successful transit systems reap higher regional economic, environmental rewards.
Top manufacturing state CA among most productive in nation, State sector growth outpaces national growth
Energy efficiency helps sector save money, boosts energy productivity
New Next 10 report assesses the latest comprehensive studies around cost-effectiveness, potential for carbon emissions abatement and technological feasibility of policies that could make or break the state’s efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2020 and beyond
State is among world’s least carbon-intensive economies; in top ten renewable energy generation, clean tech investment and energy productivity