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Will a Pair of Beloved Jewish Summer Camps Rise from the Ashes of the Woolsey Fire?

Camp Hess Kramer and Gindling Hilltop Camp have a temporary home but the fate of their former site in Malibu remains unclear

Environmental Groups Are Suing to Stop Fragile Grasslands from Becoming a Planned City

The lawsuit is just the latest chapter in a decades-long debate over the 6,700-acre Centennial development
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Sorry, Plant Ladies. Your Ferns and Philodendra Aren’t Purifying the Air

A UCLA environmental health expert clears the air on how to actually breathe easier indoors
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How the Ultra-Wealthy are Making Themselves Immune to Natural Disasters

In tony enclaves across the country, rich people are diverting disaster with their own private armies of first responders
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California Is Entering an Era of Endless Wildfires

Fire season is nearly here again—but it isn't really a "season" anymore
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One of the Largest Sharks in the World Has Been Spotted off the SoCal Coast

Basking sharks have returned to California for the first time in 30 years
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Can the Los Angeles We Know Survive the Death of Its Trees?

L.A.'s 6 million trees keep us healthy—and they are all in jeopardy
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Protesters Who Glued Themselves to the Universal Studios Globe Are Stuck with Felony Charges

The climate change activists are part of a global organization which staged large demonstrations on Earth Day