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California Drought Kills Off More Than 100 Million TreesThe California drought has killed more than 102 million trees in a die-off of forests that increases the risk of catastrophic wildfires and other threats to humans.
Sustainable Living, Environment Take Center Stage At Green Festival In S.F.During the three-day event, more than 250 exhibitors will be on hand, showcasing the latest in products and services that promote sustainable and healthy living.
Trump’s Environmental Plans Remain UnclearIf you want to know what President-elect Donald Trump means for the environment, you can start with climate change.
Elon Musk Says Tesla Plans To Sell Solar Roof Tiles TooTesla CEO Elon Musk says his car company will sell solar roof tiles that are customizable and meant to look like a traditional roof.
Marshland Restoration Work Set To Begin In GreenbraeWorkers are set to start Monday on the restoration of a small section of marshland in the unincorporated Marin County community of Greenbrae with the goal of restoring habitat to several species of wildlife, county officials said.
California Fish and Game Commision Adds Spotted Owl To Endangered Species ListThe state's Fish and Game Commission voted unanimously on Friday to add the threatened bird to the list.
Gov. Brown Signs Bill Banning Coal-Export FundingThe legislation was introduced in response to a developer's failed proposal to build a coal terminal in Oakland.
Google Kites Could Be Power Source Of The Future It’s loud. It’s big. And it's supposed to be a kite. A kite that makes electricity.
Planning Commission Backs Controversial Squaw Valley ExpansionIf approved, Squaw Valley Real Estate would be allowed to add nearly 1,500 motel rooms, condos, time shares and retail space in Olympic Valley over the next 25 years.
New Hydrogen-Powered Car Debuts At SF City HallToyota's new zero-emission, hydrogen-fueled automobile got a lot of attention at a demo Thursday at City Hall and KPIX 5's John Ramos took it for a spin.
Rare Wolverine Sighted In Sierra Could Be Same Animal Seen In 2008If the wolverine is the same animal first spotted in 2008, "Buddy" is estimated to be at least 9 years old.
California Monarch Butterfly Population TumblingThe number of monarch butterflies in California is on a steep decline, according to a new study.

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