When it comes to water, California politicians and residents are having a little trouble adjusting to the new normal.
Sarah Collins is combating hunger and empowering a generation of women around the world with a simple slow cooker. The device is filled with repurposed foam chips and covered in fabric designed by local fashion and textile designers.
Almond farmers have become drought scapegoats after reports that it takes one gallon of water to produce one almond. We talked to California's largest orchard removal service, about what it means for their business.
The California State Water Board accepted an offer from farmers in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta to voluntarily cut their water usage by 25%.
Chef José Andrés is on a mission to make clean burning cookstoves available to the 3 billion people who rely on burning solid fuels to feed their families.
An estimated 64 billion pounds of surplus food is dumped into landfills each year, valued at $165 billion, and disposed of at a cost of $750 million per year. A typical American family of four throws away $1,600 in food every year.