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Trump says EPA will cite San Francisco for pollution stemming from homelessness issues

Trump says EPA will cite San Francisco for pollution stemming from homelessness issues

BY BRETT SAMUELS   ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE — President Trump on Wednesday said he expects the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to slap San Francisco with a violation notice in the coming days related to pollution associated with the city’s homeless population. Speaking to reporters aboard Air Force One, Trump again took aim at Los Angeles and San Francisco over the […]

Plastic Pollution Coalition To Lead Conservation Education Efforts At The Scuba Show

Plastic Pollution Coalition To Lead Conservation Education Efforts At The Scuba Show

  The Nation’s Largest Consumer Scuba Expo Returns to Long Beach on May 4-5;Plastic Pollution Coalition and other Nonprofits Teach Attendees How to Protect the Globe’s Endangered Oceans and Marine Life in Seminars and More   (Long Beach, CA) – As the largest consumer scuba expo of its kind in the United States, attendees to the […]

The latest on the Channel Islands Harbor vote – TOMORROW 11/13!

The latest on the Channel Islands Harbor vote – TOMORROW 11/13!

PLEASE READ: The latest on the Channel Islands Harbor vote – TOMORROW 11/13 at City Council Meeting!   Greetings from the Channel Islands Neighborhood Council (C.I.N.C.), If you live on the harbor in the communities of Mandalay Bay, Harbour Island, Seabridge or Westport (Channel Islands Neighborhood Council) you are about to be taxed for the […]

California’s Bay Area is Choking on Pollution from Fires

California’s Bay Area is Choking on Pollution from Fires

Tim Pearce | Energy Reporter Smoke from the Camp Fire north of Sacramento has drifted over California’s Bay Area, filling the air with ash and shutting down dozens of schools in the area. The Camp Fire had consumed more than 70,000 acres by Friday morning. The fire sped through and nearly destroyed the town of Paradise, forcing its 27,000 […]

Commentary | Year 2030 – The Ocean Food Chain Breaks

Commentary | Year 2030 – The Ocean Food Chain Breaks

    By Naomi Fisher Sea birds and fish are dying by the thousands because of getting wrapped up in plastic and suffocating, or their stomachs are so full of plastic their digestive system is blocked and they die of starvation. It has been proven that the whales washing up dying or dead on shore […]

Multi-Agency public/private task force raids Oxnard toxic superfund site homeless encampment

Multi-Agency public/private task force raids Oxnard toxic superfund site homeless encampment

By George Miller Years ago, the Oxnard Halaco site at 6200 Perkins Road was used for recycling toxic metals. It is a designated superfund site and a blight on Oxnard’s long seacoast of sundrenched, wildlife-packed beaches. There is even talk of someday making this area part of a regional park which would also include the […]

Auto parts store heavily fined for hazardous waste pollution/improper disposal/transportation

Auto parts store heavily fined for hazardous waste pollution/improper disposal/transportation

California Is Epicenter Of US Air Pollution

California Is Epicenter Of US Air Pollution

While the number of unhealthy, polluted days has dropped in the past year, more than half of the U.S. population lives in areas with potentially dangerous air pollution, according to the American Lung Association’s “State of the Air.” The dangers to U.S. residents are increasing at a time when Republicans have posed legislative challenges to […]

EPA draws ire of Navajo Nation after water arrives in dirty oil tanks

EPA draws ire of Navajo Nation after water arrives in dirty oil tanks

DENVER – The EPA spill that contaminated rivers in Colorado and New Mexico was bad enough, but now Navajo Nation officials are fuming after a delivery of water for livestock and crops arrived in dirty oil tanks. Navajo Nation president Russell Begaye’s finger came up brown and oily after he ran it inside the spigot […]

Mine’s owner says he tried to keep out EPA but was threatened with fines

Mine’s owner says he tried to keep out EPA but was threatened with fines

DENVER – The owner of the Colorado’s Gold King Mine says he tried to stop the Environmental Protection Agency from gaining access to his property, but that he relented after the agency threatened to pound him with ruinous fines if he refused. Mine owner Todd Hennis said that he had little choice four years ago […]

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