Ed Joyce is a veteran journalist with experience in a variety of news positions across all media platforms, including radio, TV and web and print. Ed is a multimedia news reporter, writer, editor, and anchor, using all the tools available to tell stories, on all platforms, including digital, radi...
It turns out CO2 emissions aren't the only kind of pollution causing climate change. We'll speak with a San Diego climatologist whose research is being used by NASA and the United Nations to determine what can be done now to slow the effects of global warming.
Imagine a San Diego that is hotter, much hotter, and drier. A place where wildfires and drought make living a daily challenge. The scenario is not science fiction, but one of many possibilities resulting from global climate change. KPBS environmental reporter Ed Joyce examines the risks to California and San Diego from global warming.
With 2017 almost here, we take a look back at the top headlines this past year. Elections, crime, protests and cannabis dominated the news cycle, but the top story of the year was about an odd road sign in West Sacramento.