Between wildfire warnings, electricity shutoffs and the recent magnitude 4.5 earthquake in the East Bay, are you feeling less than secure about being prepared? That’s exactly how KQED reporter ...
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Soaring emissions from vehicles are a big factor in limiting the state's greenhouse gas reductions, according to a new report. At the current pace, California is 31 years behind hitting its 2030 ...
A new study from UC Davis finds high-intensity fires leave fewer trees and less diverse plants behind.
The melting of glaciers and loss of snow has a cascading effect for ecosystems, agriculture and billions of people downstream.
As part of KQED Science’s ongoing coverage of the health impacts of extreme heat, Molly Peterson checks in with 'Brandon,' an Inland Empire warehouse employee who frequently works in 90-degree ...
The university, which is as big as a city, has slashed its carbon emissions since 2004. That effort is now paying for itself in lower energy costs. Could actual cities do the same?
Over the past century, 39 species of birds in the Mojave Desert have suffered major population declines. A new study links the disappearance of desert birds to heat stress from climate change.
Stanford researchers say they have found a wildfire solution — a non-toxic, environmentally benign retardant that can persist throughout a fire season.
Scientists are searching for pockets of ecological resistance in the face of climate change, places that seem to be warming less quickly than others due to unique natural conditions.
The protesters want the company to move off of fossil fuels.
State lawmakers wanted to spend millions preparing homes for wildfires, but the funding never came through.
Wielding banners and paintbrushes, activists from around the Bay Area shut down four blocks in San Francisco's Financial District today during protests over climate change.
Natural gas appliances are a big target in the fight against global warming. Buildings, through heating and cooking, use almost a third of the natural gas consumed in the U.S.