Who pays to move people away from rising seas? No answer yet
Determining who must move because of sea-level rise, where they'll go and who will foot the bill is among the most pressing questions of our era, experts said yesterday at Stanford University.
Methane leak bill passes, seeks renewables, storage, efficiency
Clean energy and power storage won boosts yesterday in a bill passed by California's Legislature, one triggered by the massive methane leak at the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage site.
With legislative clock ticking, energy bills hit snags
Bills to boost electric vehicles and rooftop solar systems cleared California's Legislature this week, but a green energy bill and another to link the state's electricity market with its neighbors hit roadblocks.
Bill passes to reopen beach closed by billionaire
Legislation aimed at reopening a beach closed by billionaire venture capitalist Vinod Khosla is headed to California Gov. Jerry Brown (D).
Heat wave kills 6, signaling a dangerous trend
The heat wave that baked California leading into Labor Day killed six people as it shattered temperature records throughout the state, officials said yesterday.