A new report urges the Bay Area’s communities to work together against sea level rise.
Climate change is dramatically altering the San Francisco Bay Area's ecosystems and raising profound questions among conservationists about how to help species best adapt to new conditions.
So far no policy has been created to protect carbon storage in the ocean, which is Earth’s largest carbon sink and a central element of our planet’s climate cycle.
Rob Badger’s collection goes by the title “Beauty and the Beast”
Sea level rise has a gotcha-from-
behind twin: rising groundwater. It’s already here. And some experts
maintain, we’re not ready for it.
Many birds now arrive early — but some, like Wilson’s warblers in the Bay Area, arrive later than they once did.
There’s deep joy in articulating reality, the poems in this new collection make clear—the simple reward of seeing the world as it is.
Faith Kearns writes that new Governor Gavin Newsom should focus on adapting to the climate changes we are already seeing – as well as those scientists predict are coming – without giving up outgoing governor Jerry Brown’s mission to stem further changes by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
We’re living the climate change, and what’s coming is more of the same, just worse.
It is crucial to understand the role winds play in California fires.
Some people are more affected by wildfires than others