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Caltrans released an assessment detailing the vulnerability of the Bay Area's highway and transportation infrastructure to the hazards of climate change.
A panel of federal appeals court judges in San Francisco seemed inclined Monday to allow a wide-ranging climate-change lawsuit to continue in pretrial proceedings.
Longtime California Sen. Dianne Feinstein has made it official: She'll run for a sixth term in 2018.
Public research on climate change that was deleted by President Trump's administration was saved and is available on the City of San Francisco's website.
Governor Jerry Brown met with Germany's federal minister for the environment in San Francisco Friday, and the two vowed to work to curb greenhouse gas emissions, the governor's office announced.
The San Francisco Bay Area ranks among the top 10 most polluted regions in the country, according to a report issued Wednesday.
Gov. Jerry Brown issued an executive order Monday mandating long-term water conservation across California.
Berkeley officials released an ambitious plan aimed at tackling issues like natural disasters and climate change.
San Francisco city agencies are developing a plan to deal with rising sea levels, which are expected to pose a threat by the year 2100.
As many as 200 Marin County teenagers will get to work on a climate change project after the county secured an educational grant.
A warmer Arctic and shifting polar jet stream could result in longer, colder winters.
President Barack Obama proposed a $1 billion fund to mitigate climate change in the U.S.
Despite their age, big, old trees do more than small, young ones for our atmosphere.
Researchers predict a radically different climate on earth in about three decades at current emissions rates.
A new Field Poll indicates 64 percent of Golden State residents support legal action to save the planet.
Thousands of people gathered on the waterfront Sunday demanding the Obama administration confront climate change.
President Barack Obama vowed to make climate change a priority as he was sworn in Monday on the steps of the Capitol.
President Obama's renewed promises to protect the Earth's climate are up against some frozen-solid political positions.
A new study predicts a alarming nine-degree rise in global temperatures by 2100.
Research shows Chinese air pollution is linked to the snow Californians normally get in the Sierras this time of year.