The Journal co-hosts Terra Verde, a weekly public affairs show aired every Friday on KPFA public radio, that delivers news and views about the most critical environmental issues across California and globally.
Local organizers are concerned about structural and cultural barriers preventing migrant farmworker families in California's central coast from accessing emergency aid.
Conserving habitat has been recognized as an essential part of efforts to address climate change and safeguard biodiversity.
An investor group wants to develop a sprawling sand and gravel mine on California land sacred to the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band.
The unproven geoengineering approach will only delay the clean energy transition.