“You’ll meet leaders and entrepreneurs who are making a difference in areas such as waste management, saving the oceans, and renewable energy. They’re passionate and engaged, and the biggest message from most of them is that every little bit helps.”
Sign language interpreter Juti Seshie of Anaheim considers translating COVID-19 news
on live TV to be her most crucial assignment yet.
Sustaining Orange County: UC Irvine Professor On Parallels Between the COVID-19 Pandemic and Climate Change
“The good news is, you certainly don’t have to crash the economy to fix our air quality.”
From avoiding single-use plastic items to eating more plant-based food, here are ways to help.
From “zero waste” to “sustainable,” find out the meaning behind these commonly used words.
“We like to build bridges and be collaborative. That’s the only way we are going to get any progress.”
Mike Carey, sustainability coordinator at Orange Coast College Recycling Center, offers his advice.
These brands are thinking green.
Her position was created due to a growing need.
We talked with Mark Christy, the managing partner of The Ranch at Laguna Beach, one of six U.S. hotels on National Geographic’s Unique Lodges of the World list.
A movement in O.C. towards investing in renewable energy.
From restoring natural habitats to beach cleanups, here are ways to lend a hand in O.C.
“I realized we needed to create a bit of a community around sustainable practices and help people in our community learn alternatives to single-use waste, teach people different ways of consuming.”
For 10 consecutive years, Sierra magazine has named UC Irvine a top-10 “Cool School” for the strength of its sustainability curriculum, research, student and public engagement, and campus operations.
“I study how human activities impact the natural world and how changes in the climate or air quality affect people, food production, water quality, and so forth.”
“Sea-level rise can have consequences beyond flooding homes and businesses because it will also affect all land uses along the shoreline.”
From liquor stores to restaurants to neighborhood theaters, Orange County is abuzz in retro illuminated displays evoking a simpler time.
A boat ride around Balboa Island with his kids prompts a father to reflect on his role and how it changes.