Public opposition forces retooling for California desert renewable energy plan

KPCC: A barrage of criticism has forced federal and state officials to redirect the Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan, a multiyear effort to balance big renewable energy projects with protections for California wildlands and their inhabitants. Six years ago the plan was conceived as a roadmap, meant to guide development for growing interest in large-scale solar and wind projects on more than 22 million acres of lands throughout the lower half of the state, including the Mojave and Colorado deserts.......

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