The Quarterly Luncheon is on Friday, July 24 from 12pm to 2pm in Long Beach at The Grand Long Beach Event Center. We have confirmed two special presentations for the event:
Environmentalists file suit after Huntington Beach repeals plastic-bag ban
06/09/2015 - 8:09 AM
Nowhere has the fight over banning single-use plastic bags taken more twists and turns than in Huntington Beach.
This is why we can't have nice things.
With California’s drought in full swing, the City of Glendale is finally ready to reconsider its four-year-old ban on artificial turf.
In a move that could hinder drought-fighting efforts across California, a state appeals court has ruled that tiered water rates in the City of San Juan Capistrano violate the state’s Constitution.<
The ordinance mandates that all new developments use drought-resistant landscaping instead of grass or natural turf.
If you’re reading this on your iPhone today, it may surprise you to know that your smartphone may soon make the endangered species list.
Sacramento is poised to pass a new ban on plastic bags that mirrors the state law signed by Gov. Jerry Brown last year.
ecoATM has reached a number of industry milestones over the last year.
The Pismo Beach City Council moved swiftly Tuesday to ban marijuana sales on-the-go. Mobile marijuana dispensaries will now be prohibited in the beachside city, following a unanimous vote.