Calif. in 'bull's-eye' as ice melts faster
Melting ice sheets in Antarctica will wallop California with greater sea-level rise than the world average, threatening the state's iconic beaches and important infrastructure, according to a report issued yesterday.
Study finds climate link to large share of extreme events
When extreme weather strikes, people want to know: Was it climate change? Now they have some answers.
Desalination plant firm hires Boxer, former assemblyman
Retired California Sen. Barbara Boxer yesterday joined the ranks of a company working to open a large water desalination plant in Orange County.
Groups push state AG to join or confirm Exxon investigation
A coalition of more than 30 nonprofit organizations yesterday pushed California Attorney General Xavier Becerra (D) to join the investigation into what Exxon Mobil Corp. knew and didn't disclose about climate change.
Drought declared over, so why does water future look grim?
California's historic drought is over, Gov. Jerry Brown (D) said Friday, while simultaneously launching a bid to enshrine water conservation. It's a move that's needed, climate and water experts said, as the Golden State faces a future of weather extremes.