Brooke Staggs, Daily Bulletin

Brooke Staggs

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Corona, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Daily Bulletin
  • O.C. Register
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • Monterey Herald
  • Whittier Daily News
  • Pasadena Star News
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • Redlands Daily Facts
  • L.A. Daily News
  • The Sun
Past:
  • ChicoER
  • Daily Breeze
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • SGV Tribune
  • The Daily Democrat
  • The Cannabist
  • Times-Standard
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • The Cannifornian
  • Mercury-Register

Recent articles by Brooke:

As methane rules loom, some Southern California dairies flee while others see potential

California’s dairies are nearly halfway to an ambitious 2030 goal for methane reduction. But that’s in part thanks to cows, and their methane, “leaking” into other states. → Read More

Renters are largely left out of the eco-home movement, but solutions exist

Renters have largely been left out of the equation when it comes to programs aimed at making homes more climate friendly, sparking environmental justice concerns. Here’s a look at what renter… → Read More

UC Riverside program aims to boost Latino leadership in environmental research

As Daniel Gonzalez grew up in the high desert, the idea of making a career out of studying the environment wasn’t on his radar. After a brief stint at Cal State Fullerton, he headed to commun… → Read More

What happens to wildlife after wildfires? Cal State project aims to find out

Using footage from trail cameras that were, for better or worse, directly in the path of recent wildfires, scientists hope to figure out ways to help bring wildlife back to burned areas. → Read More

What happens to wildlife after wildfires? Cal State project aims to find out

Using footage from trail cameras that were, for better or worse, directly in the path of recent wildfires, scientists hope to figure out ways to help bring wildlife back to burned areas. → Read More

Pipeline repair, drought will force some Southern California cities to ban outdoor watering for two weeks

Residents and businesses in some Southern California cities could be forced to let their lawns go brown in September, as emergency pipeline repairs cut off water supplies from the vital Colorado Ri… → Read More

Survey: Most Californians support taxing wealth, other big moves to fight climate change

While a new statewide survey shows growing concern over environmental issues, it also shows growing divides along party lines when it comes to solutions aimed at battling climate change. → Read More

Survey: Most Californians support taxing wealth, other big moves to fight climate change

While a new statewide survey shows growing concern over environmental issues, it also shows growing divides along party lines when it comes to solutions aimed at battling climate change. → Read More

California aims to put EV chargers where drivers need them most

California is applying for $384 million in federal funds to help add thousands of fast EV charging stations along key corridors. → Read More

Drought: How one Orange County water district drilled down to become self-sustaining

They call it “redwood tea.” More than 100,000 years ago, a forest of redwood trees grew along Southern California’s then unspoiled coast. Today, on a wedge-shaped strip of land al… → Read More

Climate plans are ‘bonus’ for Southern California candidates in 2022 elections – Press Enterprise

While environmental issues still aren’t key for most voters, research suggests candidates who have solid climate platforms do see a bump in California. → Read More

Crash course in climate change: 7 documentaries to stream right now

Whether you prefer the familiar drawl of Woody Harrelson or the soothing sounds of David Attenborough, there’s like a climate change documentary now streaming that fits the bill. → Read More

Report: Pilot ‘mobile recycling’ programs aren’t fix for California’s crumbling system – Orange County Register

Experts say big fixes are needed to address problems with California’s 35-year-old recycling system, which has seen a drop in recycling rates in recent years. → Read More

Here are answers to 8 common questions about recycling food scraps at home

Should I be saving food scraps now? Won’t it smell? What about composting at home? We talked with experts about common questions. → Read More

How do heat waves impact health in your Southern California neighborhood?

A new online tool from UCLA shows health risks from excessive heat don’t play out equally from city to city. → Read More

Successes, challenges mount as California launches organic waste recycling program

State is making progress six months in. But pricey, complex work remains to take methane reduction from aspirational to achievable goals. → Read More

Successes, challenges mount as California launches organic waste recycling program

State is making progress six months in. But pricey, complex work remains to take methane reduction from aspirational to achievable goals. → Read More

Body hit multiple times on California freeway

No information was available Monday morning on the victim, how the person ended up on the freeway or how they died. → Read More

Irvine man arrested following standoff, roommate found dead

A SWAT team helped two more roommates from a second-story balcony, with the dramatic rescue caught on drone footage. → Read More

Body hit multiple times on 110 freeway, shutting southbound lanes for hours

No information was available Monday morning on the victim, how the person ended up on the freeway or how they died. → Read More