Monthly Archives: August 2012

Chumash Journey of Prophecy

This incredible video tells the story of the Chumash Tribes efforts to reclaim a maritime heritage.  As some of the first inhabitants of North America, their legends tell of traversing the  “Rainbow Bridge,” assisted by dolphins, to cross the ocean … Continue reading

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Laird and Brown continue Schwarzenegger’s tired, old environmental policies

by Dan Bacher California Natural Resources Secretary John Laird claims “Delta realities cry out for action and a new direction” in an opinion piece he wrote for the San Jose Mercury News on August 23 (http://www.mercurynews.com/opinion/ci_21384111/john-laird-delta-realities-cry-out-action-and). However, Laird and Governor … Continue reading

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Sacramento County opposes plan to build peripheral tunnels

The Delta by Dan Bacher Sacramento County has joined other Delta region cities and counties, family farmers, fishermen, Indian Tribes, environmentalists and Southern California ratepayers in the battle to stop the Governor’s plan to build peripheral tunnels to divert more … Continue reading

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Sign the petition to the Coastal Commission!

California Coastal Commission: Protect Whales~ Stop Seismic Testing off the Coast of Central California! Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) is poised to conduct seismic testing in a grid pattern over a large area off the Central Coast of California, from … Continue reading

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Whales Intervene In Nuclear Plant’s Seismic Testing

Humpback whale (Photo: Marya Figueroa) Endangered humpback and blue whales have converged on the Central Coast of California, just as the operators of Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant (P.G.&E.) prepare to do “seismic testing” for 20-year relicensing of the controversial … Continue reading

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Governor Moonbeam declares ‘Space Day’

Photo: Mars? No, this is allegedly a secret model, leaked by confidential sources in the Department of Water Resources, of Jerry Brown’s plan to “save” the Delta. That little trickle of water is what’s left of the Sacramento and San … Continue reading

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Seismic Protest

In a strange concurrence of events, during the same week that the California State Lands Commission approved a “seismic testing” plan by Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E)  that will kill and maim whales, dolphins and porpoises, these same creatures have … Continue reading

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California nuclear power plants threaten millions

By Ed Oberweiser Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) and Southern California Edison (SCE) have placed millions of California citizens in danger of a nuclear catastrophe on a par with Fukushima. They’ve built nuclear power plants near earthquake faults capable … Continue reading

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State Lands Commission Public Hearings Charade

The California State Lands Commission met at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Sacramento,  August 20, 2012 By David Gurney On Aug. 20th the California State Lands Commission held a special meeting to hear additional testimony and public comment, regarding a … Continue reading

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