An unidentified substance has killed or injured hundreds of birds so far.
Shara Tonn is a Master’s student at Stanford University in Earth Systems, an interdisciplinary environmental science degree. Her focus is science communication and education. She is a part of the environmental radio group on campus, GreenGrid Radio and also enjoys performing improv with the Stanford Improvisers (SIMPs). Born and raised in Tennessee, Shara loves to travel and has lived overseas in Italy, Japan and Australia.
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The polluted beaches that made the 'Beach Bummers' list suffer from problems like poor circulation and outdated sewage systems.
For more than two decades, environmental groups and numerous agencies have worked to restore the wetlands at the former Hamilton Army Airfield. On Friday, the project achieved a significant milestone.
A new study finds that investing in forest management could shrink the size of wildfires and save California hundreds of millions of dollars.
It'll be a great view in the Bay Area late on the night of April 14, as long as clouds don't cover up the moon.
Some sea lions suffer from a form of epilepsy that bears a striking resemblance to epilepsy in humans. That insight could help scientists develop treatments and eventually find a cure for temporal lobe epilepsy, one of the most common forms that people get.