U.S. Forest Service’s Quest to Beat Future Fires

As most of you Californians know, our state has been ravaged by fires for the past few years. Some are accidentally started by people, and some are naturally occurring. The U.S. Forest Service is taking no days off in their fight to understand, predict and prevent wildfires. Greece, Sweden and Siberia have also been ‘hotspots’Continue reading “U.S. Forest Service’s Quest to Beat Future Fires”

PUTTING A STOP TO COW FARTS ‘N BURPS

A Massachusetts-based aquaculture company, Australis Aquaculture, is setting out to reduce methane emissions from cow burps and farts. Yes, this is a serious environmental business endeavor. Researchers at the University of California at Davis say that the methane from cows’ burps makes up 25 percent of methane emissions in the U.S. SO what is theContinue reading “PUTTING A STOP TO COW FARTS ‘N BURPS”

e3 at the “Rise 4 Climate” march

DOWNTOWN SAN DIEGO:              (Sara, Gabe and Hannah of e3) Members of our organization participated in the Rise 4 Climate march that started at Civic Center Plaza and ended at Embarcadero Marina Park South, September 8, 2018. Thousands of people from diverse backgrounds gathered in downtown San Diego to protestContinue reading “e3 at the “Rise 4 Climate” march”

Blog Post: Rise 4 Climate March Preview SD

As residents of the one of the largest and most ecologically diverse states in the country, it is important to be mindful of our environment. Consider the environments within our borders: High and low deserts Mediterranean ecoregions (Monterey Bay and San Francisco Bay) Forested Mountains Coastal Forests This march comes four days before the GlobalContinue reading “Blog Post: Rise 4 Climate March Preview SD”