Three years after California state parks were discovered to have mismanaged millions of dollars, a task force issued recommendations for how to manage and fund the state park system.
Tag: green chemistry
New work shows that the simple mineral sphalerite has geochemical powers suitable for helping life to arise from precursors in the mineral kingdom.
Six years after voters passed the California Green Chemistry Initiative, the state lays out its plan to get toxic products off shelves.
California overturns a nearly 40-year-old law that made your sofa potentially menacing.
San Francisco cleans up a lot of graffiti every year. In the past, the city has used standard industrial solvents for this task, but now, workers will be cleaning up with non-toxic materials, in an effort to protect people and reduce toxic runoff.