Stories that help Californians shape a resilient future in our cities, parks and wild areas. Plus the latest in climate science and policy.

'Sometimes, We Have to Sacrifice': Indigenous Legend Teaches Kids Community Responsibility

Global Warming Could Stop Relatively Quickly If Emissions Go to Zero, Research Suggests

Mary Nichols, California's Great Environmental Warrior, Did Not Fight the Right Battles for Some

Only 2,000 Monarch Butterflies Remain in California. But They Still Don’t Have Protection

Biden Taps North Carolina Environmental Official to Run EPA

Kristina Hill at the underpass beneath 7th and E 8th streets in Oakland on Jan 11, 2020. The underpass flooded several inches due to King Tides, the highest high tides of the year. These instances offer a window into how and where flooding will happen as sea levels rise.

Groundwater Beneath Your Feet Is Rising With the Sea. It Could Bring Long-Buried Toxic Contamination With It

Newsom Appoints Longtime Regulator to Replace Nichols as Top Calif. Air Official

Here's What John Kerry Wants to Do as U.S. Climate Envoy

Bay Area Lawmaker Seeks to Ban Gas in New State Buildings and Schools