The state has an important role to play in helping local governments adapt to rising sea levels.
Congress is considering a bill that would have significant and long-lasting benefits for California at the state and local levels.
What this will mean for cities and counties remains unclear.
According to the researchers, Fresno residents could live a year longer than they do now. The average Angeleno would live 8 months longer. In Sacramento, life spans could be increased by a quarter of a year.
The video is available for anyone to educate the public about your local collection program.
First they came for the Styrofoam...
Could this become a problem?
One group wants to make it happen.
The program responsible for all those succulents and gravel on lawns across Los Angeles was awash in problems and mismanagement, according to a recent audit.
The situation is getting out of control in San Pedro too. And someone is shooting coyotes in Silver Lake.