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.
We have to make decisions with our eyes open, the best available facts before us — and humility.
The Ocean Futures Society organizes A Day Without A Bag to promote alternatives.
Volunteers will hand out about 6,000 reusable bags in Santa Barbara County to promote A Day Without a Bag.
The root purpose for Mom's Tree Party was always noble, but this year, it has blossomed into something even more beautiful.
Noozhawk has teamed up with the Community Environmental Council on a poll about renewable energy, and we want to know what you think.
Don't let incandescent lights keep stringing you along; switch to LED to save money and the environment.
In building their home, owners Marlene and David Berry were committed to using green, fire-resistant features.
With ship traffic taking a heavy toll on sea life, we need to make a U-turn toward sustainability.
Living by a budget can help give you peace of mind and prevent crises from pushing goals out of reach.
Follow a few simple steps to help make your electricity bill a little less scary.
A now thriving population indicates the animals can now survive on their own on San Miguel, Santa Cruz and Santa Rosa islands.
Janice Cook Knight serves up a savory sampling of a movement whose time has come.
SB CAN and SB CORE invite the community to a sustainability-themed celebration on Sunday.
SB CAN invites the community to join it in a Fall Harvest Picnic at Gaviota to honor a few H.O.T. Heroes.
One theory holds that the spiders time their migration with meteor showers in late October; if so, this year’s migration will peak Tuesday.
Using technologies that already exist or are on the horizon, we can become "Fossil-free by '33."
Take these six simple steps to turn your everyday habits into green opportunities.
The university hopes to get students excited about its efforts, beginning with a keynote address on environmental issues by Jacques Cousteau.
The “ewww” factor notwithstanding, it is one of Earth's ecological treasures that's worth cherishing.
Take these eight simple steps to get your environment on better footing.
The city of Santa Maria, a textile recycling company and thrift stores are working to reduce waste.
Local experts will help explore options for lifestyle, food, money and community.
Santa Barbara's Kathi King hopes her reusable bags carry the next generation to a greener lifestyle.
At a Bren School assembly, the lawmaker hears ideas on how the federal government can help promote sustainability.
From recycling plastic bags to helping rid the beach of garbage, the adage think globally, act locally is true.
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