The world is getting hotter. Last year, a record-breaking heat wave caused 61,000 deaths in Europe.
Op-Ed: Recent Storms Underscore the Need to Invest in Stormwater Infrastructure
Brittany Maldonado 02/21/2024 - 1:34 PM
By Michael Drennan
Culver City Reaches Historic Deal to End Oil Production by 2030
Energy giant Sentinel Peak Resources will end oil production in Culver City and seal every one of its 38 wells by 2030 under a historic agreement with the city.Brittany Maldonado 12/19/2023 - 9:38 AM
Heal the Bay Publishes Latest Report Card
Brittany M. 06/22/2023 - 9:23 AM
California’s wet winter took a significant toll on beaches across the state, Heal the Bay’s new annual report card shows.
A coalition of cities, school districts, business orgs, state agencies and congresspeople hope to eliminate trash and illegal dumping countywide.
Sunnyvale’s Green City Hall is a Model for the Nation
Brittany M. 06/06/2023 - 11:02 AM
Sunnyvale, California has made history with the country's first net-zero, all-electric City Hall featuring LEED platinum certification.
The American Lung Association’s 2023 State of the Air report is bad news for California. Years of wildfires have reversed the state’s clean air progress, the report shows.
Will this be enough to save the troubled energy supplier?
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned the ordinance Monday, ruling that the city is preempted by federal energy rules.
“We were the first city to join and things were not supposed to go this way,” Fullerton Councilmember Ahmad Zahra said. “I find it egregious that I have to find out this information from the press.”