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Corporate energy giant PG&E and the California Academy of Sciences exposed their clandestine love affair today, updating their respective Facebook statuses from "it's complicated" to "in a relationship." They've committed to four-years' worth of programming for the soon-to-open museum; said exhibits designed to "empower Californians" to reduce their impact on climate change— look forward to the couple's creative debut with "Science in Action" and "Altered State: Climate Change in California." The happy couple has even decided to adopt: PG&E employees will be on hand to man the museum and schmooze at special events. PG&E shall be the household's primary breadwinner, though the Academy of Sciences will receive a pinch of slush money here and there as a reward for its generation of solar energy and such. True love forever.
· PG&E and California Academy of Sciences Team Up on Climate Change Education Campaign [PR Wire]