• 5 Environmental Social Media Accounts You Need to Follow Today

    Here are a few of the many social media accounts that are worth a follow if you want to keep up with sustainability, environmentalism, climate change, recycling, and nature. Full story…
    (Posted by TC Clark on Mar 28, 2019)
  • California Executive Fellow Ciaran Gallagher Assists with New Organics Recycling Law at CalRecycle

    California Executive Fellow Ciaran Gallagher is the fifth fellow in as many years at CalRecycle. The Capital Fellowship aims to foster the next generation of California public sector leaders. My peers and I learn the ropes of state government by conducting bill analyses, facilitating stakeholder conversations, and writing regulatory language. Full story…
    (Posted by Ciaran Gallagher on Mar 1, 2019)
  • Compost: Good for the Garden, Good for the Planet

    While you’re sketching out your backyard garden plans and scoping out the seed aisle at your local garden center, you might also consider starting a compost pile. Full story…
    (Posted by CalRecycle Staff on Feb 25, 2019)
  • California Ramps Up Green Waste Recycling

    California is gearing up to implement a new recycling program to combat climate change. Starting in 2022, cities and counties in California will be required to provide organics recycling collection services to all residents and businesses, which is a significant step toward combating the effects of climate change in California. Full story…
    (Posted by Christina Files on Feb 11, 2019)
  • Environmental Bucket List

    It’s inevitable—whenever the New Year comes around, we all start thinking about what we’d like to accomplish in the upcoming 12 months. This year I’m taking a different approach and rather than making resolutions I have to keep all year, I’m making a list of items I’d like to do (or have done very recently) that benefit me and the environment. Full story…
    (Posted by TC Clark on Jan 24, 2019)
  • Combating Climate Change in California

    California has made combatting climate change a top priority for our state, and for good reason. Our communities are already battling the negative effects of climate change that endanger public health and the environment. Fortunately, CalRecycle and other state departments are taking steps to reduce its effects. Full story…
    (Posted by Christina Files on Jan 21, 2019)