Impossible Mining's (YC W22) Renee Grogan, Chief Sustainability Officer, has this week signed the Seabed Mining Science Statement, which lists six main concerns with seabed mining shared by over 600 marine scientists.
As the state’s water supplies continue to dwindle during this drought, it’s always worth weighing the pros and cons of desalinization to meet the state’s water needs
The “Protecting Blue Whales and Blue Skies Program” welcomes the first three companies to join its Brand Ambassador Initiative.
Experts say getting to net-zero will require more research and government support.
A giant squid mom was seen carrying a string of eggs consisting of an unknown number of her unborn babies off the California Coast, according to a report by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) earlier this week.
A 10-year study of a remote coral reef in the central Pacific Ocean by a team from Scripps Institution of Oceanography found that reefs can recover from bleaching due to higher water temperatures.
When Kiki Patsch visits the beach, she does not take sand for granted like some sunbathers and surfers might.
The city of Carlsbad is accepting applications for about $600,000 in grants to support certain agricultural, coastal or wetland restoration projects that enhance quality of life in Carlsbad.
With mortgage interest rates rising and home sale prices at record highs, some experts say renting may be a better option for some people, in certain scenarios, if they want to save money.
DEL MAR (AP) — California will provide $300 million to help relocate train tracks along a stretch of eroding seaside cliffs near San Diego, regional transportation officials said.
This week marks the launch of Colorado EnviroScreen, the interactive online environmental justice tool to help disproportionately impacted communities and designed by three Colorado State University entities for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE).
A dramatic outbreak of kelp-eating sea urchins along the Central Coast of California in 2014, leading to a significant reduction in the region's kelp forests, was driven primarily by the emergence of sea urchins from their hiding places rather than an increase in the urchin population.
If passed, California SB 54 will enact a 25 percent reduction in plastic packaging and foodware by weight and item count by 2032.
In a plan made public for the first time, Los Angeles County officials have detailed how they would complete the unprecedented transfer of Bruce’s Beach to the descendants of a Black couple who were run out of Manhattan Beach almost a century ago.
Plastic waste is the legacy we are leaving our children. It is everywhere: In remote alpine lakes, in deep sea trenches, and even inside us. Studies show we consume up to a credit-card worth of plastic every week.
There’s no more pressing issue for California communities than the housing shortage, which is directly tied to rapidly rising rents and home prices, housing insecurity, and ultimately homelessness. Individuals and families grappling with housing insecurity face myriad economic and social challenges that could be overcome with a secure home.
The behemoth blues are back – and they’ve brought some babies as they hang out along the coast.
Malibu’s Short-Term Rental Unit Hosted Ordinance, which was passed by the city on Nov. 23, 2020, requires an onsite host during short-term rentals (STRs), among a list of other items.
In 2008, Richard James escaped from Silicon Valley to get closer to nature, moving to Inverness, an unincorporated town on the shoreline near Point Reyes Station. “I moved up here because it's beautiful, and I love it,” James said. “And I think a lot of people come out here because it's beautiful. So, it's really ironic that when people come out to such a beautiful place, and then defile it, and tarnish it.”
Newport Beach is drifting closer to operating a solar-powered, trash-snaring vessel known as a water wheel to clean up its bay, following recent approval from the California Coastal Commission.