Surprisingly, climate change happens to be a good thing for coastal redwoods and sequoias.
The family and fans of John Muir say the hills outside of his Martinez estate should be saved to preserve his legacy.
Bay Nature takes a trip on a training exercise where California officials show off the latest techniques in oil spill containment in the San Francisco Bay.
In the event of a major oil spill, federal officials can’t make the same mistake in California as they did during the Deepwater Horizon spill.
In the heart of San Jose, a family of beavers have set up a home. Their arrival marks the first time in 150 years that beavers have been seen in the area.
California deer are suffering from an infestation of non-native lice that’s causing baldness and other health problems.
Premier night (Thursday) at the SF Green Film Festival is a film about the people who saved Marin’s coastline from development. (Interview)
On its 40th anniversary, the Endangered Species Act has a 99 percent success rate.
The best time to watch harbor seals is the first week of May, and the biggest concentration is right in our backyard: Point Reyes National Seashore.
We’ve got the Earth Day events roundup for you.