From diving for a shipwreck in shark-infested waters to working at the nexus of ocean science and policy, Dr. Amber Mace’s career has spanned 30 years and thousands of miles of coastal waters.
Inclusion and diversity are integral to the culture at S+B James Construction. The firm itself is a certified minority owned business (MBE) and is dedicated to conducting business both internally and externally with diversity and inclusion.
According to one watchdog agency, California is “falling short” in its ambitious organic waste recycling efforts and may need to hit the pause button until state agencies and local governments can sort themselves out.
California’s shrinking aquifers represent both an opportunity and a problem.
Unlike “The Big One” earthquake that is overdue along the San Andreas Fault, experts don’t have an ominous name for a flood of biblical proportions that is likely to inundate the Central Valley within the next 500 years.
Hustling to adapt, farmers around the state are experimenting with new, more sustainable crops and varieties bred to better tolerate drought, heat, humidity and other elements of the increasingly unruly climate.
Since 1978, the Western Placer Waste Management Authority (WPWMA) has been operating a sanitary landfill and materials recovery facility, a construction and demolition recycling facility, and composting facilities to prevent, dispose, reduce and reuse local waste.
Separating food waste from trash used to be the stuff of hippies. But, unlike cork sandals, it’s not a matter of taste — it’s state law.
Celebrating its 65th anniversary, Rico’s Window Coverings & Films has deep roots in the Sacramento region and today provides superior window covering products and services in the construction industry. Unsurpassed customer care, three generations of expertise and 65 years in the business set this company apart.