Archive for February, 2009

Fuel Review

February 26th, 2009

Angela Howe, Ryan Johnson and I recently saw the documentary Fuel. This is Angela’s review. The documentary “Fuel” was directed and narrated by Josh Tickell, the bio-fuel champion who drove his flower-clad biodiesel van around the nation for… more »

SurfriderSD February 2009 Chapter Meeting – Border Pollution Issues

February 25th, 2009 more »

Selective Seep Truth

February 24th, 2009

There’s an organization in Santa Barbara, California called SOS California, which stands for Stop Oil Seeps. This group, which has received oil industry funding, started out years ago as Bring Oil Back, in response to Get Oil Out…. more »

Go see FUEL the Film

February 23rd, 2009

Go see this film at a theatre near you. more »

Recent Surfrider Chapter Meeting Discusses Border Sewage Problem

February 23rd, 2009

Surfrider Foundation San Diego Chapter meeting recently addressed border sewage issues.  To get involved with the Border Sewage Campaign contact Dan Murphy, more »

Free Car Wash!

February 23rd, 2009

I got a free car wash last week. No, not with a coupon from the local wash-n-dry but, a gift from mother nature in the form of rain. I used to avoid washing my truck because I was… more »

The Need.

February 20th, 2009

We wash our hands, wash our dishes, take long hot showers, wash our whites and colors separately, boil water for pasta, water our lawns, make slip n’ slides……. When the world is running short on water. “Today, one-third… more »

Poseidon’s interpretation

February 19th, 2009

Poseidon received a unanimous vote to postpone the final permit of their project in Carlsbad until they can produce an acceptable mitigation project for the damages their plant will cause. Here is an example of how they view… more »

Oil Industry Mis-Information

February 19th, 2009

One of the statements you frequently hear from the oil industry is that offshore oil drilling is safe and that even Hurricanes Katrina and Rita caused no significant oil spills. These kinds of statements are then picked up… more »

New Desalination Company Claims Better Methods

February 19th, 2009

Oasys Water, a Massachusetts based desalination start-up company, has recently received $10 million in funding. By using what they called “Engineered Osmosis”, rather than reverse osmosis, their method of desalination claims to reduce electricity and fuel costs by… more »