By Dan Shapley
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's plan for tackling greenhouse gas emissions from the nation's second largest city is bold - calling for a 35 percent reduction in carbon dioxide emissions from 1990 levels by 2030. But according to an analysis by the Los Angeles Times, it puts a heavy emphasis on as-yet undeveloped technology, and it doesn't doesn't put much emphasis on politically-fraught calls for personal change. Villaraigosa is in New York for the C40 Large Cities Climate Summit
, where world leaders have gathered to share solutions for tackling global warming, according to a May 15 story in the Los Angeles Times.