UPS officials say eQuads are part of a larger plan to achieve the company's goal of carbon neutrality by 2050.
A total of 51 beaches around the state landed on Heal the Bay’s Honor Roll, indicating top-rate water quality grades recorded year-round.
The Department of Interior set a goal to eliminate single-use plastic products on public land by 2023.
Friday's meeting comes as Biden has been focused on boosting fossil fuel production to reduce high gas prices.
California officials are weighing whether to list the iconic western Joshua tree as a threatened species, a designation that would make it harder to remove the trees for housing, solar or other development projects.
PFAS, called "forever chemicals" because they last so long in the environment, are used in thousands of everyday household items.
Leaders of 20 nations attending the Summit of the Americas Friday signed the "Los Angeles Declaration on Migration and Protection," described as a pact to pursue a "comprehensive" approach to addressing the crisis.
Gov. Gavin Newsom met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles Thursday to enter into a partnership aimed at advancing climate action.
Wednesday, June 8 is World Oceans Day. A special beach cleanup is happening today in Santa Monica as volunteers with Surf Rider Foundation and Hum Nutrition participate.
The warnings were issued due to bacterial levels exceeding health standards when last tested.
The warning applies to Mother's Beach and the beaches around Santa Monica Pier.
Several Western states are dealing with droughts.
The Appellate Court ruled a lower court 'erred when it reached a contrary conclusion.'
The agreement will focus on ways to shift California and New Zealand from gas-powered vehicles to electric ones, among other things.
The Mona Lisa cake attack left a conspicuous white creamy smear on the glass but the famous work by Leonardo da Vinci wasn't damaged.
Bob DeCastro talks with guests about the drought plaguing California, what might be done about it and more.
Red flag warnings of critical fire conditions were issued by the National Weather Service in eight states.
Researchers found that between 34,000-38,000 deaths could have been reduced if “greenness” increased in U.S. metropolitan areas.
The cotton aprons are treated with a solution that allows the clothing to capture CO2 from the air and then release it as nutrition for plants.
By the year 2099, hotter “suboptimal temperatures” may reduce sleep by 50 to 58 hours per person each year, according to a new study of adults from around the world.