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California Appears to Be Falling Short on Wildfire Prevention

A new report indicates that certain measures were publicly inflated and that the pandemic complicated everything
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Maps Illustrate Just How Bad the Drought Really Is

Scientists are tracking drought conditions that are worse than they've been in at least 20 years
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Want to Eat Less Meat Without Going Cold Turkey? There’s an App for That

The local nonprofit Habits of Waste is helping people adopt a more environmentally friendly diet, one meal at a time
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Much of L.A., Neighboring Counties Now in ‘Extreme Drought’ Conditions

According to a new report, much the region is experiencing ’extreme’–in some cases ’exceptional’–drought
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Tesla Accused of Environmental Violations in U.S. and Europe

German authorities have fined Tesla more than $14 million for a failure to properly handle used batteries
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Sen. Feinstein Calls for DOJ Probe Into the Massive DDT Dumping Site

Scientists have discovered a toxic dumping site off Southern California waters larger than the city of San Francisco
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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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Can an NFT from Warren Buffett’s Granddaughter Save the Dolphins?

Proceeds from a sale of an NFT of Nicole Buffett’s artwork will be used to support Open Earth Foundation's work with dolphins near Costa Rica
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Stores Across L.A. Boarded Up Their Windows. A Local Group Has a Plan for All That Plywood

The California Wildlife Center is helping businesses turn a symbol of anxiety into something positive
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Outmoded Tech Is Making Mountains of Waste. Is There Any Stopping ‘Upgrade Culture’?

Artist Julia Christensen takes a closer look at our e-waste and what drives us to keep producing more and more