Diners Can Eat Guilt-Free As 13 Groundfish Species Including Snapper, Sole, Lingcod Certified Sustainable
Bay Area fisherman and diners can celebrate and eat guilt-free as 13 groundfish species including red snapper, Dover sole and lingcod are certified as sustainable.
Washing your car not only racks up your water bill, but it’s wasteful, not environmentally friendly, and could even become illegal as the drought worsens, but the East Bay Municipal Utility District found a few ways to improve the century-old weekend chore.
Each year, thousands of birds die each year because they fly into wind turbines on the Altamont Pass east of Livermore. New technology could help reduce the number of bird deaths.
A proposal in the California State Assembly could mean changes to your favorite skin care products. The measure would ban “microbeads,” small pieces of plastic found in soaps and scrubs.
Killing one species to save another sounds like a drastic solution, but that’s exactly what the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is doing in California to protect the Spotted Owl from a predator that happens to be its distant cousin.
KCBS In Depth: Stanford Professer’s Plan For Combating Global Warming In California And 49 Other States
A Stanford researcher has 50 plans, one for each state, which map out how we become 100 percent powered by wind, water and sunlight by the year 2050.
Landmark Congressional Climate Change Report Predicts Rising Sea Levels For California, More Disastrous Weather
California to see increased sea levels, more catastrophic flooding, higher erosion, and a threat to drinking water according to a congressionally mandated climate change report.
The science-based tool used by state officials identifies the portions of the state that have higher pollution burdens and vulnerabilities than other areas, and therefore are most in need of assistance.
To mark this year’s Earth Day we’ve compiled a list of what tech users should be concerned about when it comes to the environment.
As an Earth Day breakfast was under way Tuesday morning at San Francisco City Hall, a group of recyclers, environmentalists and other community advocates were protesting closures of community-based recycling centers.