The Morning Report
Get the news and information you need to take on the day.
MacKenzie Elmer’s environmental news roundup for the San Diego region (every other Monday)
San Diego researchers are trying to change how we measure sewage contamination and bacteria in water that flows to the ocean in real time.Keep reading
Volcanoes on Hawaii’s Big Island are sending signals they could erupt and threaten iconic scientific instruments tracking a key climate change record maintained by San Diego-based scientists. Mauna Loa, the largest active volcano on the planet, has been rumbling a lot lately – experiencing more earthquake activity than normal and…Keep reading
What to expect from the upcoming battle ground that is the Colorado River and San Diego’s stake in it.Keep reading
San Diegans are paying attention to their energy bills right now because chances are they’re a lot higher than they were in the Spring.Keep reading
Two sewage line breaks on the Tijuana side of the U.S.-Mexico border sent contaminated water toward the Tijuana River beginning Sunday morning.Keep reading
Today we’ll unpack the science behind a brand-new technology to measure water quality. San Diego is first in the world to use it, and it’s already sparked controversy. The more sensitive test shows there’s more poo plaguing San Diego’s southernmost beaches than we could ever tell before — especially in…Keep reading
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