1/08: Landlords Spike Rent for Porter Ranch Residents; Doctors Call for EvacuationJanuary 8, 2016
According to R. Rex Parris, “with the need to relocate, rental rates have just exploded.” Landlords are doubling, even tripling, rent for Porter Ranch residents in need of short-term housing. Find out more.
After Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency, doctors are urging Porter Ranch residents to evacuate as soon as possible. Find out more.
Although the court order by the L.A. City Attorney’s office requires that Southern California Gas Company find temporary housing for residents within 72 hours, the company has yet to take action. Read more.
Keep up to date with L.A. Times’ gas leak updates here.
Follow the link to find further relocation assistance tips following the L.A. City Attorney’s office court order.
It has been 75 days since the Aliso Canyon gas well blowout, yet gas continues to affect the lives of Porter Ranch residents. Read more.
Workers have started staunch the leaking well with a barrier that will also prevent water from flowing into it. Read more.
What can we really learn from the Aliso Canyon crisis? Read more about California’s dependence on fossil fuels here.
According to a report issued Monday morning, Sempra Energy had its target price decreased by Barclays from $115 to $111. Find out more.
Stephen Conley, a UC Davis scientist, flew over the Aliso Canyon on a pollution-detecting airplane and reported that the leak is spewing 1000 tons of methane gas a day. Read more.
CarbonBrief released an infographic explaining the Aliso Canyon gas well crisis. Click to find a real time impact meter.