Government limits are far too low on a chemical used in making non-stick cookware, a new study suggests. Continue reading →
The Guadalupe, which runs through San Jose, is the latest casualty of the state's water woes Continue reading →
Workers from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) accidentally triggered a massive release of toxic waste from an old gold mine that sent about 3 million gallons of polluted water into a Colorado river, turning it orange. Continue reading →
Only about a quarter of precipitation ends up in the oceans. Where does the rest go? Continue reading →
The state's residents are adapting to what might be the new normal.
Numbers don't lie, and the data underlying California's drought do not have anything good to say.
Listen to the sound a plant makes as it dies of thirst -- it's heartbreaking. Continue reading →
Drought has pushed major civilizations to their breaking point and beyond.
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