Monthly Archives: June 2011

James Fryer talk online

A coalition of groups invited environmental scientist, James Fryer, to visit Santa Cruz in May. Fryer, former manager of conservation programs for the Marin Municipal Water District, spoke on “Sustaining Our Water Future in Santa Cruz”. To view a half-hour … Continue reading

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(Green) Lipstick on a Hog

This photo of Arnold Schwartzenegger showing off his hydrogen-powered Hummer wasn’t his finest hour. I’ll explain why I think so in a minute. His finest hour, in my opinion, was his backing of AB 32, a commitment to greenhouse gas … Continue reading

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Desal’s No Savior for Fish

Until the April 5, 2011 City Council study session on the Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP), some City officials claimed that “The City has plenty of water to satisfy current and future water demand in normal rainfall years. Our problem is … Continue reading

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