Environment & Climate News
Navajo Nation Sees Farming Renaissance During Coronavirus Pandemic
on July 28, 2020
Since COVID-19 has much of the Navajo Nation stuck at home, farmer Tyrone Thompson says it's the perfect time for them to return to their agricultural roots.; Credit: Tommy Greyeyes /Courtesy Hundred Storms Creative Laurel Morales | NPRHistorically […]
This L.A. hunter killed an elephant. Now he's a PETA target in bid to end trophy hunting
on August 3, 2020
California may soon pass a law to ban the import of "trophy" animal parts from Africa. Activists are targeting an L.A. hunter whose hunt was captured on video.
Manhattan Beach was once home to Black beachgoers, but the city ran them out. Now it faces a reckoning
on August 2, 2020
Before Manhattan Beach shut it down, Bruce's Beach was a famous Black-owned beach resort. Now, some want the city to atone for its actions.
Poseidon desalination proposal for Huntington Beach may face new requirements
on August 1, 2020
Permitting agency is concerned with mitigation for the plant's environmental damage.
Trout disease in hatcheries leads to lack of the fish in area lakes
on July 29, 2020
It will likely be two years until the trout population in the region returns to normal.
Poseidon’s desalination plant faces day of reckoning
on July 27, 2020
After more than 20 years of developing plans for a Huntington Beach desalination plant and winding its way through a seemingly endless bureaucratic approval process, Poseidon Water comes to a key juncture as the Regional Water Quality Control Board votes on whether to grant a permit after hearings this week. The battle before the regional