Environment

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The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) is seeking assistance from landowners, Registered Professional Foresters (RPFs), and natural resource professionals with its annual cone crop survey and cone collection efforts, including locating developing cone crops on native California Conifers. These efforts support the CAL FIRE Seed Bank …continue reading

featured graphic for Save Our Beach during COVID-19

You’re invited to the Beach Cleanup in Seal Beach on SATURDAY, June 19, 2021 from 9am-12pm at 1st St. Parking Lot (15 First Street), Seal Beach, CA 90740 Pre-registration please! We will provide: garden gloves, pickers, bags, and free parking (please ask!) SaveOurBeach t-shirts and caps ($15) and sweatshirts ($30) …continue reading

featured graphic for Ship and shore environmental

While North America, East Asia, and most global regions are making a gradual recovery from the economic impacts of COVID-19, enforcement of air quality rules and regulations are back in effect. This presents the industrial world with a double challenge: committing to pollution abatement and environmental protection as a part …continue reading

featured graphic for the re-election campaign of Cottie Petrie-Norris for California Assembly District 74 during COVID-19

In celebration of Earth Day, Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris held a virtual press conference with leading scientists and advocates to highlight the risks threatening California’s coastal communities. The Assemblywoman highlighted legislative efforts to cut green tape and expand coastal protection. “On Earth Day we renew our focus on protecting and restoring …continue reading

Featured graphic for the Orange County Transportation Authority

The Orange County Transportation Authority has launched a new webpage that outlines the agency’s ongoing commitment to a balanced, equitable and sustainable transportation network. While the launch coincides with Earth Day on April 22, OCTA’s commitment to a culture of sustainability and safeguarding Orange County’s air, land and water is …continue reading

featured graphic for Congressman Alan Lowenthal

Congressman Alan Lowenthal (CA-47) joined with Congresswoman Katherine Clark (MA-05) and Oregon’s U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley today to introduce the bicameral Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act — the most comprehensive plan ever introduced in Congress to address the plastic pollution crisis that is poisoning our air, water, and land, …continue reading