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Tonight, 10 Women will hold one of its semi-annual events honoringâ€”you guessed itâ€”10 Bay Area women for their extraordinary community contributions. One of the women in the lineup is sustainability visionary Karen Heisler, who co-founded Pie Ranch in Pescadero and co-owns Mission Pie...
A firm that converts raw sewage into biodegradable plastic and another that turns recycled PET plastic into roof tiles are among the six early stage startups that have won the California competition of the Cleantech Open.
WASHINGTON â€“ Californians are lobbying hard amid steep competition for billions of dollars in federal high-speed rail funding.
Two World War II cargo ships moored among Benicia's fabled "ghost fleet" since the late 1940s will be towed out of Suisun Bay next month, scrubbed clean in dry dock and ultimately sent to Texas to be broken up and sold for scrap.
A state worker who was set to receive a cash award for uncovering large-scale ink waste from Hewlett Packard printers has asked officials to re-evaluate the bonus, saying the amount of the waste he discovered is substantially larger than what was used to calculate his award.
A state blue-ribbon panel failed to reach agreement Thursday on proposed fishing restrictions for the 250-mile Southern California coastline after a marathon hearing that had environmentalists sparring with fishing interests over control of slivers of beach and ocean habitat.
After hearing heated debate from conservationists, fishermen and businesses, the blue-ribbon panel will vote in mid-November on fishing rules for the 250-mile coastline from Santa Barbara to Mexico.A state blue-ribbon panel failed to reach agreement Thursday on proposed fishing restrictions for the 250-mile Southern California coastline after a marathon hearing that had environmentalists sparri...
State legislative leaders say a bill to make sweeping changes to the way California produces water could be introduced as soon as Friday. Whether it will pass is another issue
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) released their third annual state energy efficiency scorecard yesterday and the most energy efficient state was, no surprise, California, while Wyoming was ranked dead last.The organization judged all 50 states plus D.C. on six criteria:Â utility-sector and public benefit programs and policies; transportation policies; building energ...
California regional finalists for the Cleantech Open were announced Wednesday.(Credit:Cleantech Open)