Archive for March, 2009

Cardiff

March 30th, 2009

Jeff Yeomans, native Californian, was raised in a family that encourage his passion for art. His artistic career spans several disciplines including murals and graphic design but also a decade in public television as an award-winning director. In… more »

Don’t let Ships of Fools sink the environment

March 30th, 2009

Asbury Park Press Op-Ed: By JOHN WEBERand MATT WALKER There is an additional day this April to act like a fool — depending on where you live in the U.S. For us, it is April 6, the day… more »

Cardiff

March 30th, 2009

Jeff Yeomans, native Californian, was raised in a family that encourage his passion for art. His artistic career spans several disciplines including murals and graphic design but also a decade in public television as an award-winning director. In… more »

Left Behind the Wall and Second Glance

March 28th, 2009

Another familiar face to the Surfrider Art Gala, artist Jay Alders returns this year with two fine art signed prints entitled “Left Behind the Wall” and “Second Glance”. “Sometimes, when I paint, I just see the image and… more »

Left Behind the Wall and Second Glance

March 28th, 2009

Another familiar face to the Surfrider Art Gala, artist Jay Alders returns this year with two fine art signed prints entitled “Left Behind the Wall” and “Second Glance”. “Sometimes, when I paint, I just see the image and… more »

Reducing Polluted Runoff Is a Much Better Strategy Than Accepting and Trying to Treat Ever Increasing Amounts of Runoff

March 26th, 2009

“Instead of engineering the stormwater system to deal with increasingly large amounts of stormwater, these low impact development approaches utilize technologies that aim to reduce the amount of stormwater that even enters the system. This is achieved through… more »

Cindy’s OFG

March 26th, 2009

“My Ocean Friendly Garden (aka OFG) is far from complete but is almost there. OFG has already solved the flooding problem and no more muddy water flowing down the driveway is better for the environment. It’s 90% planted… more »

Secretary Salazar wants you to RSVP for the MMS hearings

March 26th, 2009

US Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar, is holding 4 public meetings to talk about the federal government’s plans for new offshore drilling. He wants you to RSVP if you are going to attend. Click here to RSVP… more »

Moving Toward Energy Independence – The Right Way

March 25th, 2009

Mitchell Colgan is chairman of the College of Charleston’s (South Carolina) Geology and Environmental Geosciences Department and has worked for Shell Oil, the U.S. Geological Survey and on three oil reservoirs in Texas, New Mexico and Alaska. In… more »

Offshore oil drilling is just a slow-moving spill.

March 25th, 2009

Every year since 1993, U.S. offshore oil drilling has spilled an average of 47,800 barrels of oil into the water. At that rate, it takes about 5.5 years to spill as much as was spilled during the Exxon… more »