Month: October 2021

tacos in PFAS container

Sustainability Now in the Loop of California Legislation

As a California-based company, we’re accustomed to lauding our state for its environmental activism in the areas of air quality or coastal protection but have been equally disappointed to see it lag in eliminating single-use plastic or the forever chemicals known as PFAS. That began to change as the 2021 legislative session ended in September …

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Environmental response crews clean up oil that flowed near the Talbert Marsh and Santa Ana River mouth, creating a sheen on the water. Photograph: Patrick T Fallon/AFP/Getty Images

Yet Again

Yet again, our attention has focused on the devastating impacts of humanity’s oil addiction in the destruction of Southern California’s marine and coastal ecosystems. As of publication time, more than 150,000 gallons of heavy crude oil have leaked into the waters off Los Angeles and Orange Counties, spreading out in all directions to add to …

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