What would you say about a new freeway project – paid for with your tax dollars – that blows-up California’s climate goals?
Californians – we love our redwoods.
Hundreds of thousands of acres are burning in Southern California — with a forecast of continued Santa Ana winds, fanning the flames.
On this #GivingTuesday, I’m asking you to kindly donate to Climate Resolve.
Two weeks ago, I spoke in Bonn, Germany, at the UN Climate Conference.
Today, the U.S. Climate Action Center opened on the grounds of the United Nation’s climate conference.
Conversations “just happen” at the Bonn climate conference — and it’s one of the joys of being here.
Let’s start at the end of the day.
Greetings from Bonn, Germany. I’m attending my first United Nations climate conference.
My teenage years growing up in Malibu were spent hiking in the mountains and lazing at the beach.
Our friends living north and east of San Francisco Bay are suffering through the worst wildfires in California history.
The first five events are quite recent.
I just sent a personal donation to the Houston Mayor’s Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund.
You’re on the eastbound 10 freeway at 5:30 after a long day at work.
The passage of AB 398 and AB 617 in the California legislature signifies a big win for California.
Summer is here and Southern California is in a week-long heat wave.
President Trump made a stupendously bad decision by withdrawing the United States of America from the Paris climate accord.