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New video shows the science of fracking

Why is fracking such a terrible idea for California? Learn more about the science behind the dirty drilling in this new video and take our action calling Gov. Brown to shut the door on fracking in our state for good. 

News Release | Environment California

Arcata Bans Single-Use Plastic Bags

Arcata—A unanimous Arcata City Council voted tonight to ban single-use plastic shopping bags. The ordinance, which applies to large grocery stores, pharmacies, convenience stores, and certain retailers, will take effect on February 1, 2014.

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News Release | Environment California

Mill Valley Bans Single-Use Plastic Bags

Mill Valley—The Mill Valley City Council unanimously voted tonight to ban single-use plastic shopping bags. The ordinance, which applies to large grocery stores, pharmacies, convenience stores, will take effect after a 60 day grace period.

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News Release | Environment California

Business Leaders, Environmentalists support bag-free San Diego

Elected officials, business and civic leaders, and environmentalists convened at SeaWorld San Diego to declare their support for eliminating single-use plastic bags in San Diego and statewide. 

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News Release | Environment California

Over 900,000 Americans Urge President Obama to Protect National Forests, National Parks from Fracking as California Legislature Considers Fracking Bill

Sacramento—Today, over 900,000 Americans called on President Obama to protect our national forests, our national parks and our drinking water. The public outcry comes as the comment period on the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) proposed rule for fracking on public lands draws to a close this Friday. Meanwhile, Environment California is calling on Governor Brown for a statewide ban on this dirty and dangerous form of drilling.  

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El Cerrito Bans Single-Use Plastic Bags and Styrofoam

El Cerrito—The El Cerrito City Council voted tonight to ban single-use plastic shopping bags and Styrofoam. The plastic bag ordinance applies to all stores except restaurants and certain charities, while the Styrofoam law affects restaurants and city vendors. Both bans take effect on January 1, 2014.

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