Greta Thunberg, Billie Eilish Attend Youth Climate Strike At Los Angeles City HallGreta Thunberg and singer Billie Eilish were among hundreds in attendance at a youth climate strike at Los Angeles City Hall Friday.
Sunset Blvd. Reopens After Climate Change DemonstrationClimate change activists Monday shut down a section of Sunset Blvd.
Research Shows More Children Experiencing Eco-AnxietyWith hotter and more frequent wildfires and hurricanes getting more devastating every year, children are being afflicted with a new worry – eco-anxiety.
Southern California Ocean Temperature Breaks 103-Year Record For SeptemberScientists recorded a temperature of 78.3 degrees Thursday in the water off Scripps Pier in La Jolla – the warmest September temperature recorded since 1916.
NASA Research Plane To Make Second Low-Level Flyover Of LA BasinA NASA DC-8 airliner will once again conduct low-altitude flights Thursday over the Los Angeles Basin after causing a stir during a similar flyover earlier this summer.
4 Automakers Reach Emissions Deal With CaliforniaCalifornia has cut a deal with four automakers as the Trump administration plans to rollback emissions standards.
Garcetti’s Green New Deal Calls For Net-Zero Emissions For LA By 2050Under the plan, 55 percent of the city’s power supply would come from renewable energy sources by 2025.
'We Need To Make A Change:' Gov. Jerry Brown Warns Of Climate Risks As He Prepares To Leave OfficeAfter 16 years in the governor's office during his lifetime, Brown is preparing to step down and hand the reins to Governor-elect Gavin Newsom.
LA City Council Plan To Require Vegan Protein Options To Fight Climate ChangeA Los Angeles city councilman wants to require all movie theaters and other locations in the city to provide at least one vegan protein option.
Trump On His Administration's Ominous Report On Climate Change: 'I Don't Believe It'President Donald Trump pushed back Monday against his administration's findings on climate change
New Federal Report Finds Climate Change Causing Staggering Environmental, Economic Damage To USThe earth's climate is now changing faster than at any point in the history of modern civilization, primarily as a result of human activities, according to a long-awaited report released Friday by the federal government.