Santa Monica Daily Press Publisher Ross Furukawa conducts a one on one conversation with Barbara Mulvaney in anticipation of the upcoming election for California US Representative, 33rd District.
Barbara Mulvaney describes herself as a human rights lawyer who has worked in management in very complex issues all over the world, from environment to international criminal law (“prosecuted the Rwandan genocide”), for the UN, the State Department, and the Attorney General’s office. She sees the threat of rising ocean levels here in LA county as being an international issue. Coal burning in China, for example, affects climate change, so our solutions need to cover the globe. “We need a dramatic plan now. We need to be aware of our own consumption, and develop new technology and share it with the world.”