• Climate skeptics like Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) dispute the notion that 97% of climate scientists believe global warming is human-caused. Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore, FlickrCC.

    What exactly is the “Myth of the Climate Change 97%”

    Roddy Scheer & Doug Moss EarthTalk The so-called “Myth of the Climate Change 97%” refers to the argument made by climate skeptics who dispute the notion that 97% of climate scientists have achieved consensus that global warming is occurring and is caused by human activities. Oklahoma Republican Senator James...
  • Photo Credit: Subaru of America

    Celebrate 100 years of majesty with a visit to a national park

    Insider tips for a weekend at a national park site BPT It has been 100 years since an important American institution was born. On August 25, 1916, the National Park Service was signed into law by President Woodrow Wilson and was established as a new federal bureau to oversee...
  • Photo Courtesy: State Point

    Black History Month Crossword (Answers)

    ...
  • Photo Credit: lovegtr35 - Fotolia.com

    Morning Tips to Prepare for the Day

    StatePoint Are most of your mornings spent running out the door with breakfast in-hand, and applying your makeup on-the-go? It’s easy to snooze, and rush all the way to work – but building a routine that gives you a calm and efficient morning can make you feel more prepared...
  • Photo Credit: Pixabay

    PG&E Anuncia el Reembolso de $500 para Conductores de Vehículos Eléctricos

    SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.— Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) anunció el lanzamiento del Reembolso por el Uso de Combustibles Limpios para clientes del servicio eléctrico residencial que sean conductores de vehículos eléctricos (EV, por sus siglas en inglés). El nuevo Reembolso de Combustible Limpio es parte de la iniciativa...
  • A view of Panther Beach, part of the Cotoni-Coast Dairies in Santa Cruz County and one of six sites designated by President Obama as part of the California Coastal National Monument. Photo Credit: Wiki Commons

    Obama Expands CA Coastal Monument

    Peter Schurmann New America Media In one of his final moves prior to leaving office, now former-President Barack Obama announced a 6,230-acre expansion of the California Coastal National Monument. The expansion puts the spotlight on the state’s coast just when rising seas and growing pressures to develop and drill...
  • Photo Source: PG&E

    Un mensaje a nuestros clientes

    Una Conversación Sobre El Futuro Energético de California Por Geisha Williams, Presidenta de Operaciones Eléctricas, Pacific Gas Y Electric Company A medida que una nueva administración se prepara para asumir el cargo en Washington D.C., el futuro de la política federal sobre energía limpia y temas climáticos están llenas...
  • Outdoor Afro seeks to make the outdoors more accessible to everyone, especially people of color. Photo Credit: Outdoor Afro

    First-Ever Call for Diversity in National Parks

    Logan Pollard California News Service OAKLAND, Calif. — Martin Luther King Jr. Day has deep significance for many Americans this year with the fulfillment of what some thought an impossible dream: a black president serving two terms in office. And the Obama administration’s last days have been marked by...
  • The view on a walk below the Trinidad Head, an area now protected and more accessible to the public. Photo Credit: Julie Fulkerson

    More Calif. Acres Granted Protections as National Monuments

    Logan Pollard California News Service SANTA CRUZ, Calif. – President Barack Obama on Thursday January 12th announced the expansion of two national monuments in California – California Coastal National Monument and Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument at the Oregon border. Much more than recognition of the unique history or geography of...