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Caltrans Solar Projects to Save the State $52.5 Million

Solar energy systems will be installed at 70 facilities throughout California

Published on 06.11.2009 2:21 p.m.


Free Motor Oil Recycling Program Available Countywide

More than 50 collection centers are set up for disposal

Published on 06.09.2009 3:17 p.m.


Save Water and Get a Rebate of Up to $1,000

Santa Barbara and GWD will reimburse residents for installing efficient irrigation equipment and water-wise plants

Published on 06.03.2009 3:11 p.m.


EDC to Honor Environmental Heroes at Benefit Auction

Tickets can be purchased now the June 14 Environmental Defense Center event in Goleta

Published on 06.02.2009 12:24 p.m.


Green Shorts Contest Cues Up Videos for Screening, Awards

A Viewers Choice Award will be voted on by the audience at the event

Published on 06.01.2009 9:59 p.m.


Four Dolphins Found Dead after Stranding on Santa Rosa Island

Necropsies to be performed on three of the animals at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

Published on 05.23.2009 7:59 p.m.


Summit Plugs the Power of Technology in Reaching Peak Energy Efficiency

A UCSB conference brings in speakers from Google, Intel and Cisco to discuss the wave of the future

Published on 05.20.2009 5:29 p.m.


Preschoolers Get Hands-On Lesson in Gardening

Daniel Wilson, owner of Home Food Forest, teaches students and parents about growing food and flowers

Published on 05.19.2009 8:26 p.m.


It’s Time to Gear Up for Bike to Work Day

Commute with pedal power on Wednesday and wheel on in to a morning event downtown

Published on 05.19.2009 3:54 p.m.


Get the ‘Dirt’ On Composting at Free Workshop

Learn what it is, how it happens and materials can be used on June 6

Published on 05.18.2009 7:19 p.m.


An Evening with ECOFaith

Discussion will center on how the faith community can respond to climate change

Published on 05.18.2009 2:34 p.m.


Permaculture Network to Honor Architectural Visionary

'Eco-Film Night' May 28 will celebrate the designs of the late Nader Khalili

Published on 05.15.2009 9:24 p.m.


Santa Maria Embarks On Tree-Planting Campaign

'Tree of Life' runs June through August and offers environmental awards and prizes

Published on 05.15.2009 4:48 p.m.


Local Author Co-Publishes Book on Ecotherapy

'Ecotherapy: Healing With Nature In Mind,' by Linda Buzzell and Craig Chalquist, is available now in local bookstores

Published on 05.14.2009 4:18 p.m.


Conservation Flourishes In Carpinteria Salt Marsh

The marsh receives the Coastal America Award, an environmental honor from the White House

Published on 05.13.2009 10:54 a.m.


Biologist to Offer Insights Into Region’s Whales

Blue and humpback whales subject of researcher's 'From Shore to Sea' lecture May 12 at Maritime Museum

Published on 05.06.2009 4:35 p.m.


County Agencies Mark Water Awareness Month

Published on 05.01.2009 8:48 p.m.


Architect to Share His Blueprint for Ecofriendly Future

William McDonough will present a free lecture, 'Cradle to Cradle Design,' at UCSB on May 20

Published on 04.30.2009 10:11 a.m.


Get Paid to Recycle Your Old, Working Refrigerator

SCEEP will pick up appliances for free Saturday

Published on 04.28.2009 4:27 p.m.


Boaz Frankel Takes a Road That Really Is Less Traveled

A cross-country "un-road trip" makes a stopover in Santa Barbara

Published on 04.26.2009 9:20 p.m.


Used Restaurant Grease Fuels Local Recycling Business

The owners of Coastal Byproducts are on the road to success by transporting the substance from eateries to a biodiesel plant

Published on 04.24.2009 8:20 p.m.


Island Fox Recovery Growing Where It Counts

Channel Islands biologists log a rapid rise in fox population, thanks to a captive breeding program and the removal of golden eagles from the archipelago

Published on 04.20.2009 1:05 a.m.


Alameda Park Gives Earth Day 2009 a New World Order

Record crowd of 16,000 throngs two-block park for Santa Barbara's showcase environmental festival

Published on 04.19.2009 9:12 p.m.


Earth Day Festival Has Everything Under the Sun

Community Environmental Council's celebration grows in size and diversity ... and moves to a new home at Alameda Park on Sunday

Published on 04.15.2009 8:18 p.m.


Global Water Safety Subject of SBCC Seminar

Free event April 18 will be presented by Santa Barbara Coalition for Global Dialogue

Published on 04.12.2009 2:30 p.m.


In a Charred Landscape, a Green Idea Gets a Fire-Resistant Opportunity

Tea Fire survivors will receive a new home while the Community Environmental Council and Allen Associates demonstrate the benefits of going green

Published on 04.09.2009 6:09 p.m.


Inventors Workshop International Helps Turn Green Ideas Into Practice

Local organization guides new inventors in their quest for creative endeavors that will help the environment

Published on 04.07.2009 8:14 p.m.


Santa Barbara Aims to Grease the Path to Energy Savings

Project calls for converting discarded restaurant fats, oils and grease into fuel for El Estero Wastewater Treatment Plant

Published on 04.02.2009 1:20 p.m.


Megan Birney: Businesses Reach for the Sun — Above and Beyond Solar for Homes

To date, solar power has mostly had a home run, but new incentives are providing commercial appeal

Published on 04.02.2009 2:30 a.m.


SCEEP Maps Out Road to Solar Power for Curious Residents

Session outlines how to use solar power, how to get it, and how to save energy, money and taxes

Published on 03.31.2009 2:28 a.m.


Solar Companies, Tax Credits Make It Easier to Reach for the Sun

Whether you want to live off the grid or on, there is an increasing array of options to save money and energy

Published on 03.29.2009 5:21 p.m.


Citrix Helps Green Up Hollister Avenue Parkway Section

Goleta Valley Beautiful project includes trees, groundcover and anti-graffiti deterrents

Published on 03.29.2009 4:58 p.m.


2009 Commuter Challenge Fueled by Prizes and Pride

Traffic Solutions program goes the incentives route to curb commutes

Published on 03.26.2009 3:54 p.m.


Garden Guys Share Their Wisdom On Firescaping Your Landscape

City TV 18 duo Owen Dell and Billy Goodnick dig in on the hot topic of fire-resistant plants, which can help protect homes and save water

Published on 03.25.2009 8:52 p.m.


Michael Chiacos: Charging Up for a Better Transportation Future

New vehicles are taking advantage of high-tech, low-energy advancements — and you can see a number of them at Santa Barbara's Earth Day festival

Published on 03.21.2009 1:34 p.m.


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