The United Nations’ top climate change official joined Gov. Jerry Brown in San Francisco for a conference addressing the costs associated with preparing for the effects of a warming world.
California formally adopted the nation’s most comprehensive so-called “cap-and-trade” system Thursday, an experiment designed to provide financial incentives for polluters to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is touting the Golden State to the U.N. as a leader for its climate change initiatives.
What are you serving for dinner tonight? If it’s meat, some public health experts hope to change your menu at the start of the workweek.
The sighting of a gray whale off the coast of Israel has scientists concerned about what it could mean for climate change.
An estimated 100 environmentally-minded young people marched to San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza on Sunday, calling for an end to global warming.
A judge temporarily halted California’s ambitious program to provide financial incentives for the state’s largest polluters to cut harmful greenhouse gas emissions.
The highest tides of the year sent waves crashing over the Embarcadero in San Francisco Thursday, and environmentalists say that could be a daily occurrence in the future.
A new bipartisan coalition report has urged California to take a leadership role in reducing oil dependence.
State air quality regulators must conduct further analysis before fully implementing California’s landmark 2006 climate law, a trial court judge has said.