Paul Rogers, Santa Cruz Sentinel

Paul Rogers

Santa Cruz Sentinel

San Francisco Bay Area, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • East Bay Times
  • Vacaville Reporter
  • ChicoER
  • Monterey Herald
  • LakeCountyRecordBee
Past:
  • The Daily Democrat
  • Marin IJ
  • Whittier Daily News
  • Times-Standard
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • The Denver Post
  • Marc Morano
  • Oakland Tribune
  • L.A. Daily News

Recent articles by Paul:

YMCA tried to log the redwoods at a beloved children’s camp, now will earn $9 million by preserving them

Los Altos land trust to buy timber and development rights to Camp Jones Gulch near La Honda. → Read More

YMCA tried to log the redwoods at a beloved children’s camp, now will earn $9 million by preserving them

Los Altos land trust to buy timber and development rights to Camp Jones Gulch near La Honda. → Read More

California flush with cash amid unprecedented $97.5 billion surplus, Newsom says

The overflowing budget is buoyed by tax revenue from California’s wealthiest residents. → Read More

California to open first new state park in 13 years

2,100-acre ranch between San Jose and Modesto is “like the bayou” when the water rises. → Read More

California drought: State ignores Gavin Newsom’s conservation goal, increases water use

March water use increased 18.9% compared to March 2022; Newsom asked for 15% conservation. → Read More

California drought: State ignores Gavin Newsom’s conservation goal, increases water use

March water use increased 18.9% compared to March 2022; Newsom asked for 15% conservation → Read More

“Water cops” likely this summer as Santa Clara County misses drought goal by large margin

Warm January, February and March led residents to increase water use 30% as drought worsened. → Read More

“Water cops” likely this summer as Santa Clara County misses drought goal by large margin

Warm January, February and March led residents to increase water use 30% as drought worsened. → Read More

John Doerr gives $1.1 billion to Stanford for new climate school; largest gift in Stanford history

Gift is one of largest donations in history to a U.S. university. → Read More

John Doerr gives $1.1 billion to Stanford for new climate school; largest gift in Stanford history

Gift is one of largest donations in history to a U.S. university. → Read More

San Francisco 49ers license plate unveiled to benefit state park programs

Team needs 7,500 motorists to pre-pay for plates before DMV will print them → Read More

San Francisco 49ers license plate unveiled to benefit state park programs

Team needs 7,500 motorists to pre-pay for plates before DMV will print them → Read More

San Francisco 49ers license plate unveiled to benefit state park programs

Team needs 7,500 motorists to pre-pay for plates before DMV will print them → Read More

Desalination project should be approved by California Coastal Commission, Gov. Gavin Newsom says

Final vote on $1.4 billion Orange County plant could influence other desalination projects statewide. → Read More

Newsom: Desalination project should be approved — “We need more damn tools in the toolkit”

Final vote on $1.4 billion Orange County plant could influence other desalination projects statewide. → Read More

California attorney general subpoenas ExxonMobil, opens major investigation into plastic pollution

Up to 13 million metric tons of plastic ends up in the world’s oceans each year — the equivalent of a garbage truck-full being dumped into the sea every minute. → Read More

California drought: New water restrictions coming to 1.4 million East Bay residents

Limits on lawn watering, drought surcharges, restaurant rules expected to be approved. → Read More

How recent rains affected California’s drought and wildfire season

Some good news on fire risk, but reservoirs didn’t see much new water → Read More

How recent rains affected California’s drought and wildfire season

Some good news on fire risk, but reservoirs didn’t see much new water → Read More

How recent rains affected California’s drought and wildfire season

Some good news on fire risk, but reservoirs didn’t see much new water → Read More