California restaurants add optional 1 percent surcharge to help combat climate change
Some California restaurant-goers will now have the option to add a 1 percent surcharge to their bill to help farmers combat climate change.
Endangered White Abalone Program Yields Biggest Spawning Success Yet
Millions of Eggs Bring Program 1 Step Closer to Saving Species
Lawsuit Challenges California Development’s Threat to Condors, Tribal Religious Practices
Conservation and tribal groups sued the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today for authorizing a Tejon Ranch Company plan to build luxury housing, golf courses and resort hotels on thousands of acres of critical habitat for California condors in Kern County.
L.A. takes climate change fight to the streets by pouring cooler pavement
The gray sludge poured out of giant plastic buckets like pancake batter. Workers in neon vests and spiky cleats squeegeed it across a parking lot in downtown Los Angeles, smoothing it into a thin layer beneath a cloudless sky.
UCI professor shows how plastics have become a killing machine for coral reefs
Will disease spread to humans?
This Artist Transforms Ocean Plastics Into Stunning Sculptures
They’ll make you rethink the things you throw away.
What’s Growing On: Restoring native oaks
Imagine for a moment what our Valley looked like only two centuries ago.
No Bees, No Food
Millions of bees are dying off, with alarming consequences for our environment and our food supply. We rely on bees to pollinate everything from almonds to strawberries to the alfalfa used to feed dairy cows. What happens if the bees disappear? It’s simple: No bees, no food.
How wildlife bridges over highways make animals—and people—safer
Bridges for bears and tunnels for tortoises have significantly reduced the number of wildlife-car collisions worldwide.
Plant a garden that benefits wildlife
Because in the end, you are not separate from the ecosystem, you are part of it.