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Marine Reserve declared in the World's Aquarium

Feature story | November 28, 2006 at 10:14

A few days after our dive near Espíritu Santo - where we sent a message to the Mexican government: "Marine Reserves now!" - the decree was finally signed and the area will now be protected. This marks the end of a 2.5 year long process, and...

Earthquake, Drought and Wildfires Ravage California

Blog by Cassady Sharp | August 26, 2014

Reposted with permission from EcoWatch. Anastasia Pantsios, Eco Watch We probably can’t blame the earthquake that hit California’s Napa Valley this weekend onclimate change. But it’s one more thing that the beleaguered residents of the so-called...

San Francisco Bay residents organize healing walks to oil & chemical refineries

Blog by Cassady Sharp | July 9, 2014

The following is a guest post from Pennie Opal Plant, member of Gathering Tribes & organizer of the Refinery Corridor Healing Walks. Photo credit to Steve Nadel. Prior to organized healing walks in the San Francisco Bay area, many residents had...

Postcard from Fire Country, California

Video | February 9, 2015 at 13:26

Follow Fire Ecologist Gus Smith and Pine Mountain Lake resident Eric Henderson as they follow the path of the historic Rim Fire and talk about why this region will continue to be plagued by devastating fires. A film by Todd Dayton for the...

Chains for change

Blog by Karen Topakian | February 6, 2015

“I wear the chain I forged in life” My literary friends might recognize this phrase from the great Charles Dickens. Jacob Marley says it when Ebenezer Scrooge sees him in a vision and asks why he’s laden down with miles of heavy chain, causing...

California Blue Whales Recover From Whaling, Study Finds

Blog by Cassady Sharp | September 8, 2014

Originally posted to Huffington Post LOS ANGELES (AP) — A new analysis suggests there are as many blue whales living off the coast of California as there were before humans started hunting them to near extinction 110 years ago. The Los Angeles...

A Good Week for Solar

Blog by Kassie Rohrbach | March 2, 2015

We started last week with a huge win for people power when millions across the country successfully called for President’s Obama’s veto on Congress’s circus-style attempt to push forward the Keystone XL pipeline. But this wasn’t the only climate...

VIDEO: California utility wants to tax your solar power, and censor this video that...

Blog by David Pomerantz | August 30, 2013

The promise of making our own electricity from the sun, without producing pollution or writing a painful check to a utility every month, has been growing larger on the horizon for decades. Now, that promise is about to be fulfilled. … Continue...

With solar deal, Apple raises the bar yet again for corporate climate leadership

Blog by David Pomerantz | February 10, 2015

In the last three years, more and more companies have committed to power their operations with 100% renewable energy. Technology companies have led the way, helped along by a nudge from Greenpeace and its supporters, as companies like Apple, Box...

PHOTOS: Chicago Residents Deliver 25000 Letters to Edison International

Blog by Edyta Sitko | September 27, 2011 1 comment

Today, residents of Chicago's Pilsen and Little Village neighborhoods joined with Greenpeace International Executive Director Kumi Nadioo to deliver over 25000 letters to Edison International headquarters in Southern California .

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