Not far from where jeans were first made, researchers at the University of California at Berkeley are reportedly working on dyes that make their familiar blue hue friendlier to the environment.
A team of scientists from UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory claim they have the first direct evidence of human activity affecting climate change.
On the bluffs above Baker Beach, wildlife biologist Jonathan Young discovered a creature that surprised even him.
While the calendar says February, Cal Fire is getting an early start on making sure it has enough staff to battle this year’s wildfires.
First it was starving baby sea lions wandering ashore and now pelicans are turning up in some unusual places looking for food.
Jill Schlesinger has tips on working in the environmental field.
Approximately two barrels of oil leaked into the Bay near the Martinez Shell refinery on Tuesday. According to the company, the leak was the result of tests being conducted on the line.
PG&E filed an application with the California Public Utilities Commission on Monday to build roughly 25,000 new electric vehicle charging stations across Northern and Central California over a five-year period.
The Bay Area received some impressive rain over the last few days. One of the wettest spots is a place many people probably haven’t heard of.
Yellowfin tuna, marketed as Ahi, is already on the Natural Resources Defense Council’s list as a high-mercury fish that should be eaten sparingly or avoided altogether. But results from a new study reveals those mercury levels have been rising by nearly 4 percent annually over a ten year period.