Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti released a long-range plan Wednesday aimed at making the city more economically and environmentally sustainable.
Minutes before the sun dawned on the coast of central California on Saturday, NASA looked to the skies, and launched a critical part of its Earth Sciences mission into Low-Earth Orbit.
Environmental advocates will lose an ally in Congress when Barbara Boxer leaves the Senate at the end of her term in 2016 after more than three decades in office.
California already is known as a leader in far-reaching environmental laws, but Brown said existing efforts were not enough.
One of California’s most powerful lawmakers is demanding action after documents were uncovered detailing trucks leaving toxic waste on Southern California freeways.
Scott Williams and Catherine Curry-Williams founded Shane’s Inspiration to raise money for these special playgrounds.
A $430 million railway system intended to haul garbage to a desert landfill is at a standstill because Los Angeles County sanitation officials say it’s cheaper to use local dumps.
Exide has agreed to pay for 30,000 tests for people who live within a 2-mile radius.
City Council members Tuesday called on city staff to investigate whether natural gas and oil drilling methods, such as fracking, helped trigger Monday’s magnitude-4.4 earthquake.
In light of California’s escalating drought emergency, the onetime dream of President John F. Kennedy of obtaining fresh water from salt water may become a reality in the very near future.
Claremont residents raised questions tonight about rate hikes implemented by a controversial Golden State Water Company.
First Solar, Inc. is behind an effort to make the region more environmentally friendly, with plans to put in 3.7 million solar modules in the region.
“Green-related jobs are among the fastest growing sector,” says Geoff Atkins of American Solar Direct.
Many people are becoming more environmentally conscious, and Earth Day is a good reminder of just how important nature is.
For the 10th year, the Southern California smog regulatory agency is accepting applications from lawn mower owners to swap their fume-generating gas machines for subsidized and quiet, clean electrical mowers.