We've got sun. We've got wind. We've got potential.
A study by the University of California, Merced, finds that the San Joaquin Valley could gain more than 100,000 additional jobs - most of them temporary - as high-speed rail and a slew of renewable energy projects are built over the next decade.
The study was made public just weeks before voters decide on Proposition 23, which would delay implementation of California's greenhouse gas reduction law and, opponents argue, hamper the growth of green jobs across the state.