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.
The Golden State has some of the strictest hazardous waste rules in the country — but much of its dangerous trash ends up outside state lines.
These ecosystem engineers are being released into California for first time in decades to help mitigate fire, floods, and drought.
Removal of the second Klamath River dam brings hope for restoration and healing among tribal communities.
In additon to impacting poultry farms, H5N1, now threatens to disrupt ecosystems and push some endangered animals closer to extinction.