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Environment

Drought Persists And So Does Water Conservation In Sacramento

July 21, 2016 | Ed Joyce

Mandatory statewide water conservation rules have ended in California. But Sacramento-area users conserved 22 percent in June, compared to June 2013.

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Environment

Pigeon 'Whisperers' Use Birds To Track Lead Pollution

July 20, 2016 | Ed Joyce

A UC Davis researcher has used pigeons to track lead pollution in New York City and plans to do the same in California cities and agricultural areas.

Nevada Settles EPA Stormwater Complaint

July 13, 2016 | Steve Milne

The state of Nevada will pay $120,000 to settle a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency complaint about storm water runoff pollution in Reno.

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Environment

Low Or No Water Conservation Targets 'Shortsighted'

July 7, 2016 | Ed Joyce

California is in the fifth consecutive year of drought, but state water managers ended mandatory conservation rules. Local water suppliers now determine conservation rates, and some have low or no targets. A water expert says that's 'shortsighted.'

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Environment

Water Supply A 'Concern' This Summer In California

June 16, 2016 | Ed Joyce

A lack of rain in May and June has wiped out that "drought-free" area of northwestern California and water supply could become a 'concern' later this summer.

Caltrans: One In Five Motorists Intentionally Litter

June 16, 2016 | Steve Milne

A new survey reveals some surprising driver behaviors about pollution.

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CalRecycle Helps Cities, Counties Fight Tire Dumping

May 3, 2016 | Steve Milne

The fight against illegal tire dumping in California will get a little more muscle. CalRecycle, the state's recycling agency, announced today that it's awarding $5.7 million to 36 local jurisdictions for managing used tires and waste.

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Environment

Tumbleweed Connection: New Species Spreads In California

April 12, 2016 | Ed Joyce

A new invasive species of tumbleweed is rapidly spreading across California. And yes, tumbling is one of the reasons.

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