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Volunteers at the Zero Waste Humboldt booth at the North Country Fair. Photo courtesy of Zero Waste Humboldt.

Zero Waste Humboldt is Working to Eliminate All the Garbage

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In this week’s episode, the Green Gang talks with Maggie Gainer of Zero Waste Humboldt to talk trash. http://lostcoastoutpost.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/podcast/econews-report/2748/econews_20191130.mp3 Thanks to Lost Coast Communications for making...

Here Comes the Electric Vehicle Parade!

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November 13, 2019 In this week’s episode, the Green Gang talks with Stephen Kullmann of the Blue Lake Rancheria and Nancy Stephenson of RCEA about...

‘We Cannot Move Fast Enough on This’ Pacific Forest Trust VP Paul Mason Interview

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November 16, 2019 Gang Green talks with Pacific Forest Trust VP Paul Mason, veteran of both our own Headwaters Forest fight and more than a...

Citing Danger to Birds, Three Conservation Groups Urge the County to Reject the Humboldt...

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Below is a joint press release from the American Bird Conservatory (ABC), the Environmental Protection Information Center (EPIC) and the Northcoast Environmental Center (NEC): The...

Is Your Pot Killing Northern Spotted Owls?

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November 9, 2019 On this week’s episode, the Green Gang talks with Jackee Riccio of the CROP Project about trespass cannabis grows —those rascals growing...

Living Through a Firestorm, with Jon Humboldt Gates

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November 2, 2019 On this week’s show, the Green Gang interviews author Jon Humboldt Gates about his new book “Firestorm,” the true life account of...

Where’s the Mercury in Humboldt Bay Coming From?

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October 26, 2019 On this week’s episode, the Green Gang investigates mercury in Humboldt Bay and the Eel River. (Could they be connected?) Need a...

Massive Bird Declines Foretell a Silent Spring

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October 19, 2019 A new study in the journal Science documents the staggering loss of bird populations in North America — a decline of approximately three billion...

Coalition Letter on TerraGen Wind Project

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The Northcoast Environmental Center, Environmental Protection Information Center, Humboldt 350, California Native Plant Society, Redwood Region Audubon, and Redwood Chapter of the Sierra Club,...
This digitally-edited image offers an idea of the visual impact the current hotel proposal would have on the viewshed of the Trinidad Bay shoreline. The photo of the Hyatt Hotel was provided in the Trinidad Rancheria’s Environmental Assessment (EA) of the project. Coast photo by Dave Hankin. Photo-illustration by Tim Sheppard.

California Coastal Commission Decisions Disappointing

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Two disappointing decisions by the California Coastal Commission this past week. Despite the strong case made by the public that CalTrans should plan for sea...