Water and drought
Homelessness, climate change and health care are clearly intertwined with each other
Most of California’s unsafe water systems are in the Central Valley. This year’s extreme weather has only worsened the problem.
Californians with spiritual and cultural connections to water find themselves called to action, a valuable mindset amid the drought. Matthew […]
JCal empowers California students to tell the stories of their communities by immersing them in the state’s news ecosystem through an all-inclusive, free summer program.
This year’s theme was Water and Drought.
Officials look to new sustainable systems but grapple with questions around regulations, costs and more.
“It's a long history of disinvestment in communities of color.”
After twenty years of protest and opposition, many of the Klamath dams near the California-Oregon border are finally coming down. […]
The beginning of 2023 started with heavy rainfall in the Bay Area and Notre Dame Belmont High School’s basement flooded. […]
Industry journalists from California’s major news sites, public radio and broadcast stations directly mentored JCal reporters for a five day camp at CalMatters’ Sacramento newsroom.Meet the People of JCal
Nearly 17 percent of Irvine area water users are considered “inefficient” or “wasteful.”
Science communicators have been using their platform for decades to combat misinformation and denialism. But to some, it’s no longer worth the fight.
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