Earth is the climate and sustainability journalism desk at Annenberg Media. We aim to take a multimedia approach to climate journalism and focus on the people at the center of the climate crisis.
The climate crisis affects every life on Earth, but solutions are stunted by the partisan nature of the debate.
Once the largest lake in California, the Salton Sea has been receding for decades and has now become an environmental disaster that is killing wildlife and threatening the health of local residents.
Californian farmers are becoming increasingly stressed about water in a parched state, but struggle with the balance between conserving water and feeding the nation.
Run by the Trojan Pride Committee, this clothing drive encourages USC community members to get rid of any UCLA-blue-colored clothes.
Arizona is a key battleground state this midterm election. If elected, Republican challenger Blake Masters will join hundreds of climate deniers in Congress who refuse to take action on environmental issues.
California's landmark plastics act aims to curb plastic pollution, but has significant loopholes that enable the fossil fuel industry to produce more plastic.
Some images from a Surfrider Foundation beach cleanup at Venice Beach on Jul. 16, 2022. Credit: Philip Salata.
Filmmakers and USC student directors will join together Friday evening to bring awareness to the climate crisis through short films.
The conversation around sustainable fashion can help more than the environment.
Climbers and locals came together to give the national park a makeover in the inaugural Joshua Tree Facelift event.
Leaders from big tech and venture capital firms gathered at a climate event by the New York Times to discuss their contributions to solving the climate crisis.
Disadvantaged communities in South Los Angeles combat the climate crisis through urban farming.
Some pictures of Jonathan Galindez and farmers at their farm at Carver Middle School Garden.
Some pictures from Ramiro Gonzalez's backyard, where he has his own urban farm.