Every Drop Counts

Last July, responding to the drought emergency, Governor Newsom asked Californians to cut their water usage by 15% (compared to 2020). Nevertheless,

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Greenwashing Watch

The labels eco, green, natural and the like are qualifiers used on packaging or in marketing campaigns to attract the environmentally-conscious consumer,

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Food to Power

Landfills are the third largest source of methane in California, a greenhouse gas responsible for climate change. Organic matter makes up almost

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Tar-Ball Beach

On February 7, 1990, the American Trader, an oil tanker spilled 416,598 gallons of crude oil off the coast of Huntington Beach.

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In Hot Water

Per a widely held fable, a frog dropped into a pot of gradually warming water doesn’t realize he is about to be

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