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Latest Blog Posts for Green SoCal

  • A Bright Idea: Light Emitting Diodes
    on Jun 11, 2010
    Switching light bulbs might be the easiest step people can take to conserve energy and save money on electricity bills. The technology for energy efficient LED lighting just keeps getting better and... Read the full story at Green SoCal.
  • Truck Kills Pedestrian in Miracle Mile
    on Jun 10, 2010
    I have sad news to report -- a woman crossing the street in the 600 block of Hauser Boulevard at Wilshire Boulevard was struck and killed by a Ralphs grocery store delivery truck making a turn at... Read the full story at Green SoCal.
  • The Apathy of Los Angeles
    on Jun 9, 2010
    Do Angelenos care about the environment? Sometimes it seems the residents of this city are as stuck in their old ways as the mammoths at the La Brea Tar Pits. Yesterday I walked over to a Gulf... Read the full story at Green SoCal.
  • Politics: Important Day for Clean Energy
    on Jun 8, 2010
    Sen. Lisa Murkowski and an oil-soaked bird. Tuesday is election day in California and there is a big vote in Washington as well. Both results will have ramifications on whether we transition to... Read the full story at Green SoCal.
  • Change of View on Environment California
    on Jun 8, 2010
    I recently posted a story about environmental canvassing that could be defined as "constructive criticism." To sum it up I didn't like the hard sell method of street canvassing and advocated for a... Read the full story at Green SoCal.
  • L.A. Restoring Environmental Treasure
    on Jun 8, 2010
    On the other side of Washington Boulevard from the Venice Canal lies the Ballona Wetlands' Grand Canal Lagoon -- one of L.A.'s most precious environmental resources. Hundreds of birds and plant... Read the full story at Green SoCal.
  • SoRo Goes Green
    on Jun 7, 2010
    Today I biked from my apartment in the Miracle Mile to my cousin's home in the South Robertson neighborhood of Los Angeles, otherwise known as SoRo. I wasn't aware that the 13th annual South... Read the full story at Green SoCal.
  • My Green Trip to San Diego
    on Jun 5, 2010
    This past Memorial Day Weekend I took a carbon-free trip from Los Angeles to San Diego. It was a pleasure. No stops at the gas station. No traffic-clogged freeways. No stress from driving. And most... Read the full story at Green SoCal.
  • Car-Free in California
    on Jun 4, 2010
    What's the best way to do your part to end our catastrophic addiction to oil? Ditch your car. That is what I'm doing. Today I placed a sales ad on AutoTrader.com for my 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier.... Read the full story at Green SoCal.
  • The Big Dumb Phone Book
    on Jun 4, 2010
    How many trees were cut down to make the big dumb phone book that was delivered recently to my front door? Well I found the answer via the Internet. For those who work at Yellow Pages I'll explain... Read the full story at Green SoCal.
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