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Victims: PG&E still has rickety power line near Paradise

Pacific Gas & Electric is still operating a rickety power line near the one that ignited a 2018 wildfire that wiped out the Northern California

Climate Change: Are we Really Paying Attention?

Last week in Davos, Switzerland, representatives of countries from all over the world congregated at the World Economic

As wildfires get worse, smoke spreads, stokes health worries

First came the flames, a raging firestorm propelled by 50 mph (80 kph) wind gusts that incinerated Kelsey Norton’s house and killed 85 people in her community.

As California thins forests to limit fire risk, some resist

Buzzing chainsaws are interrupted by the frequent crash of breaking branches as crews fell towering trees and clear tangled brush

Clean Power to San Jacinto

In October 2015, the State of California enacted bill SB 350, also known as The Clean Energy Act. The Act established new clean energy

Saving the environment

Let’s see if I have a grip on saving the environment. Due to plastic bags polluting the environment and causing damage to sea life, we Californians

Global carbon pollution continues to rise, but more slowly

The world continues to increase the amount of heat-trapping carbon dioxide it pumps into the air, but it’s not rising as fast as in the previous couple years.

Powerful storm disrupts nation’s busiest travel weekend

A powerful storm making its way east from California is causing major disruptions during the year’s busiest travel weekend, as forecasters warned

UN: ‘Quick wins’ needed to keep climate goals within reach

Countries need to begin making steep cuts to their greenhouse gas emissions immediately or risk missing the targets

Wildfire burning in California mountains grows

A wildfire burning Tuesday on Southern California mountains north of Santa Barbara forced as many as 6,300 people from their homes, but an approaching