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News Release | Environment California

At Public Forum, Californians Will Tell EPA: Protect Us From Deadly Pollution

Socorro Hernandez's three children are all avid athletes. But when the air quality in Fresno, CA is bad—as it often is—her 10-year-old twins, both soccer lovers with asthma, and her 16-year-old football player are forced indoors even though they'd rather be at practice.

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Blog Post

Santa Cruz Sentinel has it right | Dan Jacobson

Today's Santa Cruz Sentinel has a great editorial about the need for a statewide ban on single use plastic bags. check it out here

 

 

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News Release | Environment California

SANTA CRUZ BANS SINGLE USE PLASTIC BAGS

Sacramento, CA.- Santa Cruz became the 50th city to implement a single use plastic bag ban last night when the city council voted to ban plastic bags and put a fee on paper bags.

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Bill to ban plastic bags advances in Sacramento

With only 53 days left to ban single use plastic bags, Mike Lee of the San Diego Union Tribune has writen a very good story on the issue.

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News Release | Environment California

STATE PARKS TO STAY OPEN FOR THE SUMMER

70 State Parks that were slated to close on July 1st 2012 have been “rescued” from the budget chopping block. At this point only one park is slated to be closed due to budget shortfalls. The lone park scheduled for closure is Providence Mountains State Recreation Area (http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=615)

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