Empty wine and liquor bottles will become eligible for refunds as California expands its recycling program.
The polluted leftovers of Florida’s phosphate fertilizer mining industry are at risk for leaks or other contamination when Hurricane Ian comes ashore, environmental groups say.
The Amah Mutsun Tribal Band is calling on Santa Clara County to stop a project they say will destroy hundreds of acres of sacred land.
There are an estimated 20 quadrillion ants on the planet. That’s more than the number of birds and mammals, including humans, on Earth -- combined.
Developers had planned to begin offering the floating, eco-friendly homes for sale next year.
During the 2022 General Assembly, the U.N. chief warned nations are “gridlocked in colossal global dysfunction” and aren’t ready or willing to tackle the challenges that threaten humanity's future.
The seeds for the GMO purple tomato could be available in the U.S. as soon as spring 2023.
President Biden wants to make offshore wind generation a huge contributor to coastal regional energy grids where most Americans live.
A video of an 8-foot alligator carrying its new hatchlings to water was recently shared on Facebook.
California’s air board is proposing a ban on the sale of big rig, or diesel trucks after 2040. The plan is expected to help meet the state’s climate and clean air goals.
Founder Yvon Chouinard said he will put 100% of the company’s voting stock into a trust.
Gov. Newsom is doubling down on his opposition of Proposition 30, a tax on the wealthy to fund climate projects. In a newly released political ad, Newsom takes aim at the prop and its major backer, ride-share company Lyft.
Wildfire smoke has drifted into the Bay Area and has prompted an air quality advisory through Saturday.
"It was pretty ironic… to be plugged into a coal mine."
The 43-year-old actor said he’s tired of plastic bottles, bags and packaging ending up as pollution.
Swiss retailer Migros said its “coffee balls” are fully compostable, unlike the plastic and aluminum containers popularized by its rival Nestle under the brand Nespresso.
Scientists identified the foot-biting bug at a water-line isopod.
The red algae bloom in the San Francisco Bay killing hundreds, if not thousands, of fish since last week likely won't end for at least a couple weeks, as the warm weather gets hotter going into Labor Day weekend, according to experts.
Zombie or doomed ice is ice that is still attached to thicker areas of ice, but is no longer getting fed by those larger glaciers.
Dead fish are being found around parts of the Bay Area and experts point to a deadly algal bloom as the cause.