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American Meteorological Society
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ow e A ? NEWS AND NOTES mm TAKIN G THE TEMPERATURE IN natural gas. The company would be with results due next summer. The CALIFORNI A the first in the country to operate CEC is also calling for new homes A recent poll found that Californians such a program. to have roofs that reflect heat and are concerned about the weather, but for all flat roofs to be painted white. Unfortunately, the state's resi- if actions speak louder than words, dential patterns and continued Meanwhile, with bigger homes many residents are sending a mixed in warmer areas, the demand for housing boom drive up the de- message. The poll of2,50 0 residents man d for electricity and may electricity continues to rise. of California found that 80% believe t temperatures locally, even impac "Th e air conditioning load is global warming could be a signifi- according to some scientists. going up like mad because of new cant threat to their quality of life and "People usually talk of green- communities in hot places," says the state's economy; 65% want the house gases. What's forgotten is Arthur H. Rosenfeld of the CEC. state to take the initiative to miti-

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Published: Oct 1, 2006

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