The US Chemical Safety Board released its report on the 2012 Chevron fire today, calling for massive overhaul and reform.
The week’s news in photos from around the Bay Area.
State’s auction of permits to power plants, factories and businesses limits greenhouse gas emissions.
On its West Coast tour, the ship will offer public tours, an art exhibit and a film screening.
On KQED’s “Forum,” the governor said fracking is only one small part of climate change.
The Berkeley chef and dozens of other food experts ask for a California moratorium on fracking.
Under fire for failing to enforce pipeline safety laws, the PUC issues new guidelines and fines.
The county and city will no longer be at risk of having to pay more tax refunds for the years 2004-9.
Fracking, raising the minimum wage, and driver’s licenses for immigrants top the list.