Barbra Streisand Institute To Open At UCLABarbra Streisand and UCLA have partnered once again, this time to open the Barbra Streisand Institute, a program focused on forward-thinking and tackling societal challenges that face our nation.
New Climate Models Show Much Of Southern California UnderwaterClimate Central, a nonprofit organization, released models showing startling images of landmarks around the world, including a few parts of Southern California like Long Beach and Huntington Beach, being impacted by rising sea levels.
Report: Nearly 5.7 Million Los Angeles County Residents Vulnerable To Extreme Heat, Drought, And Flooding By 2050An estimated 56% of Los Angeles County’s residents – nearly 5.7 million people – are at high risk of extreme heat, wildfire, inland flooding, extreme precipitation, coastal flooding, and drought, according to a study released Wednesday by the county’s Chief Sustainability Office.
'Code Red For Humanity:' Major UN Climate Report Warns Of 'Extreme' ImpactsFrom flood to fire, 2021 has been a summer of extraordinary extremes across the globe — a sign that the impacts of climate change are already widespread and accelerating.
Death Valley National Park Breaks Several Heat Records This SummerSeveral heat records were broken between June and August at Death Valley National Park, which marks "a continued record of a changing climate," park officials said.
Biden Says Americans 'Aren't Safe' Under Trump Due To Climate ChangeDemocratic nominee Joe Biden on Monday took a page out of President Donald Trump's campaign playbook by saying "you aren't safe" under Mr. Trump — but due to climate change.
Kaiser Permanente Touts Carbon-Neutral Status, Equal To Taking 175,000 Cars Off The RoadThe health system says its it has eliminated its 800,000-ton annual carbon footprint, the equivalent of taking 175,000 cars off the road.
UCLA Researchers Chime In On Future Of Post-Pandemic Air Quality Actions In CaliforniaResearchers at the University of California Los Angeles say the future of air quality in this state doesn't have to be bleak.
Paleontologists Bring L.A.'s Ancient Past Back To Life At La Brea Tar PitsEmily Lindsey, Assistant Curator and Excavation Site Director of the La Brea Tar Pits, shows how paleontologists bring L.A.'s ancient past back to life.
Bell Gardens Lawmaker Introduces Bill To Allow For Composting Of Human RemainsAssemblymember Cristina Garcia on Tuesday introduced Assembly Bill 2592, permitting "reduction of human remains," a process of converting remains to soil. 
Garcetti Launches 'Decade Of Action' To Fight Climate ChangeLos Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti signed an executive directive on Feb. 10 to expand on the city's Green New Deal.