Composting is Nature's recycling process that creates rich organic matter in the form of humus, which is the basis of healthy soil, where carbon is put to work. Kiss the Ground Foundation now tells The Compost Story. It is a powerful sequel to The Soil Story. Together, the dual accounts relate a good way to see Nature and … Continue reading The Compost Story Tells how We All can help Keep Carbon at Work in the Soil!
Sat, June, 3, 9 - 12, join us on the Santa Monica beach for "Shrinking Shores" in anticipation of World's Ocean Day. Explore climate change impacts and solutions on Santa Monica's beaches. The City of Santa Monica's Office of Sustainability and the Environment and Sustainable Works are working with the State Coastal Conservancy and coastal communities across California to educate … Continue reading Saturday June 3, Sea-Rise Means that We Rise!
The news is that the president intends to pull the U.S. out of our Paris Climate Agreement. We, the People, will not stand for it! We stand with those who are taking the lead, such as CA Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de León and CA Sen. Ben Allen and others, who are working today to advance CA SB … Continue reading CLIMATE ACTION HOT ALERT- Demand that the Feds. Listen: We the People, will Keep the Paris Climate Agreement!
The CASM Climate Corps 2017 members carry forth Climate Action Santa Monica's mission by engaging the community for people to understand the climate and the environmental impact of their everyday choices. The Climate Corps will learn how individuals, families and neighbors contribute to Santa Monica's sustainability and share resources that can assist everyone in reducing … Continue reading We are hiring environmentally savvy high school and college students! The CASM Climate Corps 2017 applications are live!
From Climate Action Santa Monica Advisor and SMMUSD Science Instructor Benjamin Kay: We are pushing for greater sustainability within SMMUSD. We need our schools and students to become more environmentally, economically, and socially aware and responsible. Thursday, May 18, 6:30pm to 8:30pm Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District 1651 16th Street Santa Monica, CA 90404 Our … Continue reading Local Climate Action Alert: Santa Monica-Malibu School District Stakeholders, Families, Neighbors, Friends, Sustainability Stakeholders, We Need You!
Thanks to our friends at Santa Monica SPOKE, we know that at the May 9th meeting the City Council will hear from staff and the public on the City's efforts on pedestrian and biking safety programs, infrastructure improvements and implementation on Vision Zero. Here is the Staff Report on Vision Zero, Bike Action Plan, and Pedestrian Action Plan Implementation. Will you … Continue reading Local Climate Action Alert: Today and Tu., May 9, Tell Santa Monica Council that We Need to be Safe as We Walk & Bike!
From the Santa Monica Office of Sustainability: The Los Amigos Park Stormwater Harvesting and Direct Use Demonstration Project, a collaboration with the Santa Monica-Malibu School District and the Metropolitan Water District, marks another first in infrastructure advancement and water self-sufficiency. Los Amigos is the first retrofit project to harvest offsite wet and dry weather runoff from an adjacent … Continue reading Los Amigos Park is getting a Water Saving Makeover!
In late March, California set its renewable energy record, exceeding 50% of its energy use based on clean renewables for a full day. A new report from the Union of Concerned Scientists, "Clean Energy Momentum," lauds California,"a stellar all-around performer, leads the way on clean energy momentum. The Golden State appears in eight top-10 lists. It is tops … Continue reading California Stands in First Place for Renewables
On Friday, April 21, Britain experienced its first day without coal since the Industrial Revolution, Year after year, month after month, now day after day, reliance on coal is falling. Fossil free days cannot come fast enough as the world's CO2 emissions top 410 ppm in the atmosphere, far beyond the 350 ppm that scientists have deemed acceptable for … Continue reading Britain’s Day without Coal! One Day will not be Enough.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) since 1880 has tracked Earth's temperatures. Last month marked the Earth's second hottest March in the 138-year record keeping. March 2016 was the hottest month. As the Earth temperature elevates, so can our consciousness.