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September 11, 2018 Climate & Energy

Village Well Webcast: Tune In to Protect our Planet

By: Ariane Sims

The biggest global climate action gathering since Paris lands on the shores of San Francisco this week.  Its mission is to celebrate the transformational achievements of local governments, businesses, investors,...

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August 31, 2018 Environment

Endangered Species Soup

By: Michael Buckley

Schooling Hammerheads, Cocos Island, Costa Rica   Shark-fin soup, promoted by Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in the Chinese diaspora, is driving shark species to the edge...

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August 29, 2018 Environment

Teaming up with Heal the Bay to Clean our Beaches

By: Julia Jaye Posin

On Saturday, August 18th, 40 students from Pacific Palisades Charter High School joined Heal the Bay and Pacific Palisades Democratic Club (PPDC) to clean up Will Rogers State Beach. Donning...

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July 24, 2018 Climate & Energy

Cyclist attempts to break his own world record in a bid to mitigate climate change

By: Denise Adaoyibo Onwumere

Award winning Austrian cyclist Michael Strasser is currently the first to join the UN Environment's Mountain Heroes Campaign. He recently expresses his interest in taking part in the ice2ice expedition...

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July 22, 2018 Environment

And the "Winner" Is...the Mediterranean Sea

By: Roman Lehner

The Mediterranean Basin -- a side sea of the Atlantic Ocean and surrounded by Africa, Europe and Asia -- is the cradle of world civilization. It is a symbol of...

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July 9, 2018 Environment

Starbucks Gives Up Straws, But Plastic Adult Sippy Cups Still Suck

By: Lisa Kaas Boyle

In the face of mounting pressure from environmental groups and legislation, some businesses are making the switch from single use plastics to sustainable alternatives — think straws made of stainless...

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July 3, 2018 Environment

What are Abalone and Here's How We Get Them Back!

By: The Bay Foundation

http://www.lamag.com/abalone-research-laboratory/

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June 22, 2018 Environment

Time's Up for Plastic

By: Belinda Waymouth

The proliferating plastic trash crisis calls for drastic measures— 'out’ the worst offenders, demand brand accountability, then bust the myth about biodegradable plastics being the fix. Plastic keeps making headlines....

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June 15, 2018 Environment

Seeking Refuge from the Storm: ten things I learned from kayaking in Bangladesh

By: Michael Buckley

Photos by MONTY. World Refugee Day is celebrated every June 20: this UN initiative was set up to raise awareness about the situation of refugees worldwide. The media tends to...

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