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News Release | Environment America

Statement: NOAA moves to protect California coast’s marine life, cultural heritage

"The sanctuary supports so much vibrant ocean life. A significant portion of the threatened southern sea otter population makes its home here. Whales and dolphins stop here along their migratory paths." 

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The proposed Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary deserves to thrive | Meghan Hurley

“We should not sustain where we’re at now… we should not sustain the huge losses . . . Sustaining it wasn’t good enough. We need to reverse it, to make it thrivable, so that animals and species come back and flourish.” - Violet Sage Walker

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News Release | Environment California Research and Policy Center

New electric vehicle toolkit for California’s local governments shows how to act locally on cleaning up transportation

Sacramento, CA -- As leaders from across the globe meet at the United Nations’ COP26 conference on climate change this week, Environment California Research & Policy Center, CalPIRG Education Fund and Frontier Group are releasing a new report that shows how local governments in California can pave the way for cleaner transportation through tools and policies that support the growing adoption of electric vehicles (EVs). With transportation being the number one source of global warming emissions in the United States and in California, transitioning to EVs must be a key part of any plan to reduce climate pollution and this toolkit offers a roadmap to reaching that goal. 

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Providing public comment from 3,000 miles away | Bronte Payne

Working to save California solar in the virtual world

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Hundreds of voices are speaking up for big blue | Elizabeth DiSanto

More than 250 community leaders joined the movement to protect our oceans by signing up to become “Voices for Our Oceans.”

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