The 3rd Month Forum is a public event series to explore climate action efforts in the Los Angeles region. LARC’s first forum will address coastal impacts and sea level rise in Los Angeles with interactive panels and discussion.
World Water Day, held annually on March 22 every year, is a United Nations day to draw attention to something which most of us take for granted – clean water. Each year, World Water Day highlights a specific aspect of freshwater.
Worldwide seafood consumption is higher than ever, riding a wave of research and popular press showing relative health benefits of fish compared to beef, pork and poultry. Estimates indicate that total United States fish consumption is second only to China's. Yet, the U.S. seafood trade deficit is over $11 billion. Seafood production occurs primarily in developing countries with minimal environmental and social regulations, while capture fisheries are facing pressure.
February 15, 2014 - 12:30pm - February 16, 2014 - 5:00pm
Celebrate the Annual Migration of the Gray Whale
Whale of a Weekend highlights the annual migration of the Pacific gray whale, which completes one of the longest migrations of any species, traveling 10,000 to 14,000 miles round trip between the arctic seas and the warm lagoons of Baja California, Mexico. This migration takes the whales past the Santa Monica Pier - sometimes within viewing distance from the west end observation deck.
Come out to the Stoked on the Coast Youth Summit, open to middle and high school students, to learn more about the Stoked on the Coast Film Contest and to participate in a filmmaking and storytelling training led by working professionals.
Intended to inspire awareness and appreciation for our planet's natural environment, Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated worldwide on April 22. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network,and celebrated in more than 192 countries each year.
For November's FREE eco movie night, Transition Mar Vista/Venice screens Thea Mercouffer's acclaimed documentary Rock the Boat. The audacious feat of George Wolfe and his fellow paddlers is now inspiring urban river restoration and revitilization. With Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti just back from Washington D.C. to garner support for L.A.