On a nearly two-week swing through Europe, starting at the Vatican and ending at the United Nations climate change conference in Bonn, California’s governor offered a bleak appraisal of the global future: We are on a trajectory toward hell. Yet Brown dazzled.
Gov. Jerry Brown is overseas to hold meetings on all things climate change and lead an international group at a conference in Germany.
After the wine country fires, what happens to the crops?
Oct. 31, 2017
In the aftermath of California’s recent wildfires, the effect of chemical retardant on carefully tended soil remains unknown.
Unlike blue-state California, deeply crimson Louisiana shuns climate talk as it gets on with the task of battling rising seas.
Addressing sea-level rise will cost a staggering sum of public and private money, and will particularly impact the poor and vulnerable. A look at the challenge California faces, and how the state is responding.
Delay of a plan for more renewable energy in California could carry a price tag for consumers.