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Friends, if you're reading this, we're psyched. You waded through dozens of #GivingTuesday emails and blogs from countless worthy nonprofits and chose to read this one. But why should you go the extra nautical mile and support Heal the Bay? …
Heal the Bay's #GivingTuesday wish list on MyRegistry includes microscopes!
Friends, if you're reading this, we're psyched. You waded through dozens of #GivingTuesday emails and blogs from countless worthy nonprofits and chose to read this one. But why should you go the extra nautical mile and support Heal the Bay? …
Off the coast of California, mile-long drift gillnets are left dangling in the ocean for hours as a part of the commercial swordfish and thresher shark fisheries. Unfortunately, these nets also entangle other animals that swim in their path, includin…
Learn the truth about a scary proposal to drill for oil underneath the Hermosa Beach seafloor. Background:
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Staff scientist Dana Roeber Murray provides an update on proposed oil drilling under the Hermosa Beach seafloor. She’s read the 1,000-page EIR and there’s much to be concerned about.
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Since its adoption 40 years ago, the Clean Water Act has made incredible inroads in protecting and improving our nation’s water quality.  However, after a series of complex Supreme Court decisions in 2001 and 2006, regulatory confusion led to …
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Industrial facilities can be a major source of toxic stormwater pollution.  Runoff from over 10,000 industrial sites statewide – landfills, oil refineries, metal recycling facilities – can pollute our rivers and oceans, if left un-checked. …
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