Lauren Sommer is a science and environment reporter for KQED Public Radio in San Francisco, California.
Strong winds could damage power lines and spark deadly wildfires, so utility companies are shutting off power to millions of California residents.
Trump Administration officials have pulled out of talks with California over fuel economy standards for cars.
How states like California could put up their own barriers to proposed drilling rules.
What one frog’s fight against the deadly chytrid fungus could mean for the survival of imperiled amphibians around the globe.
Rethinking the rules of running reservoirs, and will climate change help wine makers?
Sea lions struggle to navigate after domoic acid exposure, and communities around the world try to innovate in the face of climate change.
KQED’s Lauren Sommer talks testing ocean DNA and other science news stories from this week.
This week’s news roundup takes us to San Francisco, where Ira is joined by KQED science and environment reporter Lauren Sommer.