CALIFORNIA — California is one of the most environmentally-friendly states in the U.S. Here are some stories about how the Golden State is going green:
This year's environmental effort looks a little different for 2020 due to COVID-19, but opportunities to pitch in still abound.
Redwoods are "incredibly resilient," including old-growth trees in Big Basin Redwood State Park. Learn how to donate to recovery efforts.
Justin Sather of Los Angeles raised over $22,000 to help his favorite animal. And that's just the beginning of his eco-accomplishments.
Every Saturday in September, it's your chance to love the place you live. Coastal Cleanup Day is happening all month long in Dana Point, and across Orange County.
AB 1080 and SB 54 present bold and ambitious solutions that would address plastic pollution.
Bee-breeders Pope Canyon Queens, key in CA agriculture, was wiped out when Hennessey Fire ravaged the area. "It will take years to recover."
UCLA created the UCLA Center for Healthy Climate Change Solutions to help fight the climate change disaster.
These eco-friendly kitchen remodels will make your space more appealing and more energy efficient.
The federal Environmental Protection Agency approves a Superfund site project to clean up groundwater in Fullerton, Anaheim, and Placentia.
Amid COVID-19, litter is worsening along roadways that run through Temecula, Murrieta, Wildomar, Lake Elsinore, Menifee and Corona.
Ships and trucks will be required to cut thousands of tons of air pollution in communities near ports, freeways, and warehouses.
Public comments on the Scoping Document for a revised LEAPS project are due Aug. 17.
A 40-foot, solar-powered refrigerated food storage container will hold prepackaged, ready to heat and eat meals for Orange County's needy.
"Our clean energy hopes rest squarely on expanded use of solar energy. We cannot allow COVID-19 to kill the industry."
The pandemic has demonstrated to some officials that working from home could be the future for a number of county employees.