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Can Angelenos and Coyotes Coexist?

Whether you see them as nuisances or neighbors, coyotes aren’t going anywhere

These Interactive Maps Track Every Wildfire Burning in Southern California and Beyond

Hot, dry conditions mean a small spark could quickly become a dangerous blaze

U.S. Ponies Up $1B to Keep California’s Last Nuclear Plant Humming

The Diablo Canyon Power Plant was scheduled to close in 2025, but federal backing will now inevitably prolong its lifespan
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In the Wake of the Wildfires, Mountain Lions Have Found Themselves in a Transformed World

Recent blazes have decimated the Santa Monica Mountains—and the habitat of L.A.’s big cats
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California Authorities Say Nestlé Is Illegally Gulping Up Public Water

Environmentalists have accused the company of continuing to pump on expired permits and violating state law
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If You Care About Sustainability, Never Eat These 5 Fish

Here are the species to skip next time you’re shopping for seafood
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This Tiny, Blue Butterfly Is in Trouble. Local Conservationists Are Fighting to Change That

The El Segundo Blue Butterfly has been on the federal list of endangered species since the 1970s—will habitat restoration save the day?
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Inside the Effort to Make L.A.’s Low-Income Communities Greener

How the Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust brings parks to life
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A Beach Cleanup Crew Is Tracking Which Brands Are Plastic Pollution’s Worst Offenders

The goal is to reduce trash before it ever ends up on our coastlines

How the Salton Sea, Once a Leisure Destination, Became an Ecological Time Bomb

Filmmaker Greg Bassenian explores an environmental disaster decades in the making in a fascinating new documentary