Scores of California farmworkers are dying in the heat in regions with chronically bad air, even in a state with one of the toughest heat standards in the nation.
Environment & Climate
A hidden threat lies beneath California's dry cleaners: Toxic chemical plumes endanger communities and their water supply.
Friends of the Urban Forest tries slowly to restore an urban canopy in a neighborhood with little greenery.
A new reporting project will look at how families have been impacted — physically, mentally and emotionally — by one of the largest public health emergencies in modern America.
Sometimes, the lack of data is the key piece of the story.
Legacy contamination from dry cleaners is jeopardizing California's groundwater, posing a multi-billion-dollar problem.
Uncover how natural disasters in Sonoma County, California, have amplified health disparities. Explore data-driven insights on the impact of climate, class, and health on vulnerable communities.
Extreme heat in Sonoma County reveals stark disparities in access to air conditioning, impacting low-income residents, outdoor workers, and the elderly during heatwaves.
Stellantis says new pollution control technology installed to address odors at its Mack plant is working as designed — despite more than a hundred complaints and eight air quality violations.
Brutal summer heat puts vulnerable communities at risk; Biden administration initiative meant to address environmental justice may inadvertently widen racial disparities in pollution exposure.