Latest from Dispatches from the Home Front
October 04, 2012 by Glen Martin
You’ll likely smell them before you see them: A rich ammoniac scent engulfs our boat, and then they loom out ...
July 01, 2012 by Glen Martin
The looming bulk of Mount Hamilton is a familiar sight to anyone driving Highway 101 through the Santa Clara Valley. At 4,196 feet, it's the tallest peak visible from the shores of San Francisco Bay. This is the most expansive wild landscape in the Bay Area: roughly 700,000 acres of public parks, university and conservancy reserves, and private ranches. Now it's also become a living laboratory for studying the affects of climate change.
April 24, 2012 by Jacoba Charles
A project in West Marin shows how ranchers, and a whole lot of compost, can help mitigate climate change.
January 12, 2012 by Ariel Rubissow Okamoto
To launch our new series on climate change in the Bay Area, we follow a group of researchers as they scan the bottom, poke the mud, and gauge the tides at Marin's Corte Madera Marsh, in the first comprehensive, interdisciplinary effort to understand how the Bay Area's tidal wetlands will respond to rising sea levels.