The trash left on beaches doesn’t just stay on the sand.
The positive changes in the environment could only be temporary unless long-term adjustments are made.
As oceanic wildlife continues to face issues such as climate change and population decreases, Earth Day makes its way to bring awareness.
The CSU’s ban is a step in the right direction, but to really make a difference we need to go further.
Climate change represents an existential threat for the planet. And while reducing your carbon footprint to help combat it is helpful, it is a drop in the bucket.
An army of plastic bag-toting volunteers wearing gloves filled the Los Angeles River basin in Long Beach on Saturday during the 28th annual cleanup of the environmentally troubled concrete channel. Some use a rope to descend a concrete channel to get to the lower part of the river, which is normally[Read More…]
The Port of Long Beach, known as “The Green Port” for its environment friendly policies, is facing serious criticism as it goes ahead with plans to export dangerous carbon material. Earthjustice, a non-profit public interest organization, has criticized the port’s recent decision to continue with two export agreements involving coal[Read More…]