William McDonough will present a free lecture, 'Cradle to Cradle Design,' at UCSB on May 20
SCEEP will pick up appliances for free Saturday
A cross-country "un-road trip" makes a stopover in Santa Barbara
The owners of Coastal Byproducts are on the road to success by transporting the substance from eateries to a biodiesel plant
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
Record crowd of 16,000 throngs two-block park for Santa Barbara's showcase environmental festival
Community Environmental Council's celebration grows in size and diversity ... and moves to a new home at Alameda Park on Sunday
Free event April 18 will be presented by Santa Barbara Coalition for Global Dialogue
Tea Fire survivors will receive a new home while the Community Environmental Council and Allen Associates demonstrate the benefits of going green
Local organization guides new inventors in their quest for creative endeavors that will help the environment
Project calls for converting discarded restaurant fats, oils and grease into fuel for El Estero Wastewater Treatment Plant
To date, solar power has mostly had a home run, but new incentives are providing commercial appeal
Session outlines how to use solar power, how to get it, and how to save energy, money and taxes
Whether you want to live off the grid or on, there is an increasing array of options to save money and energy
Goleta Valley Beautiful project includes trees, groundcover and anti-graffiti deterrents
Traffic Solutions program goes the incentives route to curb commutes
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
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
Three free lectures will address how a community can survive and thrive "after" oil
Reginald Golledge, geography professor, director of campus Research Unit on Spatial Cognition and Choice, named Faculty Research Lecturer for 2009
Unique arrangement with private provider aimed at giving city long-term energy savings, lower bills.
Competition is a collaboration with 2009 Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival.
While the ultimate conclusions are unclear, take these simple steps to energy-efficiency.
Best not to panic, and hang in there until the worst of this crisis has passed
Discussion outlines plan to develop natural, social and financial capital
Marine Life Protection Act's task force taking testimony Thursday on plan's scope and extent.
It was just a platter of time before social engineering and design skills cooked up a solution to a vexing problem in Ethiopia.
Art From Scrap's Green Schools program at the center gets a boost from UCSB's Coastal Fund.
Citing the ick factor, city officials ask a consulting firm to determine the level of community support for an upcoming commercial composting program.
The switch to digital television brings with it a huge environmental challenge.
Businesses can advance toward Green Business certification with help of comprehensive checklist and guide.
Three awards highlight construction company's commitment to sustainable living.
More investors are thinking deeply about their portfolio choices.
Saturday's free discussion will explore the challenges and opportunities facing Santa Barbara and Ventura counties.
While Bush is cleaning a clearer path for polluters, he's also cleaning up his image in his waning days.
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