Home » Archives by category » Life » Environment/Nature/Outdoors

Fossil Fuels vs. Renewables: ALL Forms of Energy are “Intermittent”

Fossil Fuels vs. Renewables: ALL Forms of Energy are “Intermittent”

COLUMN by Thomas L. Knapp On May 8, my wife and I pulled into a local gas station and filled the family car’s tank. It wasn’t intended as a smart move, nor did it result from a premonition. It was just dumb luck. Within 24 hours, we were driving past gas stations with yellow plastic […]

May events, Evening Strolls, Celebrating AAPI Month at The Huntington

May events, Evening Strolls, Celebrating AAPI Month at The Huntington

The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens Tickets     Donate Upcoming Virtual Events Labor and Laborers at The Huntington: A Work in Progress Discussion with Professor Natalia Molina Wed., May 12, noon–1 p.m. Natalia Molina, Distinguished Professor of American Studies and Ethnicity at USC, joins William Deverell, director of the Huntington–USC Institute on California and […]

Hiking for Fitness Starts Wednesday!

Hiking for Fitness Starts Wednesday!

Conejo Valley Adult Education Hiking for Fitness Starts Wednesday! Register now  at www.ConejoAdultEd.org The weather’s nice. Get out and hike! Hiking for Fitness (On Campus) Starts Wed, May 12 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM Olin, Liane Read more 100s of brand new courses coming soon. Register today. Real classes with live teachers. Register now at www.ConejoAdultEd.org.   And be sure […]

Materials Acquisition for Global Industrial Change (MAGIC)

Materials Acquisition for Global Industrial Change (MAGIC)

COLUMN By Paul Driessen Biden relies on adherence to climate crisis creed and belief in MAGIC to transform USA, world      Via executive orders, regulatory edicts and partisan Green New Deal legislation, President Biden intends to slash US carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions by 50% below their 2005 peak by 2030, and […]

Dümmen Orange Calibrachoa Rainbow Series Ready for Review at CAST 2021

Dümmen Orange Calibrachoa Rainbow Series Ready for Review at CAST 2021

Dümmen Orange          Dümmen Orange will unveil its new Calibrachoa Rainbow series at the California Summer Trials (CAST) 2021 set for June 23 through June 27, 2021.  The Rainbow series is the newest and one of the most colorful lineups to the Dümmen Orange Calibrachoa collection. These varieties have a unique attribute which based on daylength, temperature […]

Agromin and Plantel Nurseries Give Away Potting Soil & Vegetable Seedlings To SEEAG’s “Let’s Grow A Garden” Students & Families

Agromin and Plantel Nurseries Give Away Potting Soil & Vegetable Seedlings To SEEAG’s “Let’s Grow A Garden” Students & Families

Kids and their families participating in SEEAG’s “Let’s Grow A Garden” home garden program picked up donated potting soil from Agromin and vegetable seedling from Plantel Nurseries last week. More than 1,000 4-quart bags of potting soil and over 3,000 seedlings were distributed at Agromin’s Oxnard headquarters and at Ventura County elementary schools. “Our busiest […]

Africans Reject Demands to End Fossil Fuel Use

Africans Reject Demands to End Fossil Fuel Use

COLUMN By Duggan Flanakin Africans need strategies that support economic development, jobs, access to energy    As the merger of climate change and COVID panic materializes before us, “global leaders” have found developing world voices to join the crusade to “save the planet” from carbon (dioxide) “pollution.” But like their Chinese and Indian counterparts, many Africans, from heads of state to […]

Our Guide for an Unforgettable Summer Vacation

Our Guide for an Unforgettable Summer Vacation

  Make This Summer One to Remember Summer Made Unforgettable The “school’s out for summer” days may be well behind you, but we can all tap into the joy we felt as kids, wrapping up the year and running breathlessly into the carefree days of summer. Planning a summer vacation can bring us that same […]

Santa Barbara Earth Day and Partners Announce Community Mural Artists

Santa Barbara Earth Day and Partners Announce Community Mural Artists

Santa Barbara-based artists Adriana Arriaga and Claudia Borfiga selected to paint community mural inspired by climate leadership  The Community Environmental Council (CEC), The Arts Fund, Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara, Paseo Nuevo, and Santa Barbara BCycle are delighted to announce is proud to announce that artists Adriana Arriaga and Claudia Borfiga have been selected […]

India Ignores Media Preaching on ‘Net Zero Carbon’

India Ignores Media Preaching on ‘Net Zero Carbon’

COLUMN  By Duggan Flanakin First-world ‘experts’ have no business chiding nations that prefer prosperity over poverty     India is just one of an increasing number of “developing” nation which have recognized that the mad rush toward a “net zero carbon” economy does not serve the interests of their ordinary citizens. These countries are also […]

Page 1 of 21123Next ›Last »