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‘Recession resilient’ climate start-ups shine in tech downturn

Tech workers and investors are flocking to start-ups that aim to combat climate change.
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Battered central coast of California prepares for another deluge

Hundreds of homes in the Santa Cruz region were damaged by flooding and wind. Weary residents are steeling themselves for even worse conditions this week.
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Heavy rain in California causes flooding but offers respite from drought

Heavy rain and snow caused landslides and flooding in parts of California over the weekend, shutting down two major highways as another “atmospheric river” system pounded the West Coast, but also brought a measure of relief to the drought-plagued state.

How California’s bullet train went off the rails

How California’s bullet train went off the rails

America’s first experiment with high-speed rail has become a multi-billion-dollar nightmare. Political compromises created a project so expensive that almost no one knows how it can be built as originally envisioned.
What climate change could mean for fog in the San Francisco Bay Area

What climate change could mean for fog in the San Francisco Bay Area

Its ebb and flow has long defined life along the California coast. Now, some scientists fear climate change is causing an ethereal companion to fade away.
Toxic red tide kills 'uncountable' numbers of fish in the Bay Area

Toxic red tide kills 'uncountable' numbers of fish in the Bay Area

A harmful algal bloom in the San Francisco Bay is killing fish, sharks and stingrays. Some are washing ashore.
House hunters are leaving the city, and builders can't keep up
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House hunters are leaving the city, and builders can't keep up

For years, people most wanted to live in places where it was the hardest to build. Now, with a rise in remote work, exurban areas look more appealing.
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