• 5 Reusable Items I Actually Use (and a Few I’d Like to Try)

    Going zero-waste is ideal, but let’s not pretend I’m Lauren Singer. I’m not even close, but I do try. When I shop, packaging waste is something I consider, riding my bike is my daily form of transportation, and I recycle like most people in California. Full story…
    (Posted by TC Clark on Aug 28, 2017)
  • Survey Says: Californians Support State’s Climate Fight

    Californians overwhelmingly believe global warming is a serious threat and support the state’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, according to a report by the Public Policy Institute of California. The report survey shows widespread agreement when it comes to acknowledging the threat of climate change and support for state actions to fight the global temperature rise. Full story…
    (Posted by Lance Klug on Aug 24, 2017)
  • More Jobs, Less Pollution: CalRecycle Awards $24 Million in Grants to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

    (Posted by Lance Klug on Aug 17, 2017)
  • My May-Forever Romance

    I began researching bikes, bike accessories, bike safety, and bike maintenance. I wanted to make sure I knew as much as I could in order to make a smart purchase and ride safely without looking like a complete rookie. Full story…
    (Posted by TC Clark on Aug 10, 2017)
  • Sustainability, Fashion Merge on Designer Runway

    Upcycled art is a new genre growing in popularity among designers and makers. Rather than sourcing raw materials to create masterpieces, artists source discarded textiles in hopes that upcycled art can contribute to a more sustainable mindset in our economy and daily lives. Full story…
    (Posted by Christina Files on Aug 7, 2017)
  • Back-to-School Tools from CalRecycle

    According to the latest Commercial Waste Characterization Study, California schools dispose of roughly 562,442 tons of waste each year. CalRecycle is working to help decrease those disposal numbers with free back-to-school tools that students, parents, and districts can use to save money and protect our natural resources. Full story…
    (Posted by Lance Klug on Jul 31, 2017)