The plan would leave the sorting of trash from recycling to workers in nasty plants, mostly in black or Latino communities. Some of that trash would then be burned.
A court ruling opens the way for a method of financing solar installation that customers like -- and utilities fear.
After calls for voluntary conservation didn't work, the drought-stricken state is cracking down on profligate water use.
The moneybags tech mogul wants parking to be cheaper and the city to put drivers' needs ahead of everyone else's.
As California grapples with drought, the world's biggest food company gets away with carting off its water.
Those imperiled indigo snakes and bonneted bats are really just looking for fast food and cheap junk from China.
Before you ditch that impulse-buy Neymar jersey, peep this clip from the UCB comedy troupe.
This pup protects the sheep that do the groundskeeping at a Texas solar farm. What should they call him?
Budget cuts at federal agencies are helping companies get away with more than 99 percent of the environmental crimes the government knows about.
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