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SeaWorld Now Caring For 15 Sea Lions, 6 Seals From Oil Spill

May 28
By City News Service
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The animals were soaked as up to 105,000 gallons of oil spilled near Refugio Beach.

California Assembly OKs Bill Barring HOA Bans On Fake Grass

May 28
By Associated Press
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California homeowner associations couldn't stop members from installing fake grass on lawns under a bill moving through the Legislature.

Nonprofits Linked To San Diego Attorney Cory Briggs Flout State, Federal Laws

May 28
By Brad Racino / inewsource and Brooke Williams / inewsource
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For years, the well-known environmental attorney has collected attorney fees and settlements on behalf of a network of charitable, nonprofit organizations he helped form. In many cases, the nonprofits repeatedly and persistently violated state and federal laws.

California PTA Calls Climate Change A Children's Issue

May 27
By Erik Anderson
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Climate change is a legacy that California's 9 million children will have to face, according to the state's Parent Teacher Association.

Environmentalists Lobby Against A Controversial Trade Deal

May 27
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The National Sierra Club is working to galvanize opposition in San Diego to a controversial Fast Track Trade bill being debated in Washington.

Seaworld Treating Sea Mammals Rescued From Oil Spill

May 26
By City News Service
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SeaWorld San Diego specialists are taking care of 10 sea lions and four elephant seals affected by the oil pipeline rupture last week near Santa Barbara.

Six Lessons For California From A Drought Halfway Around The World

May 26
By David Wagner
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A new study outlines how Melbourne, Australia, cut its water consumption in half during a recent drought. Here's what California could learn.

California Builds Emergency Barrier In Drought To Protect Water Supplies

May 26
By Amy Quinton / Capital Public Radio
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Constructing the 750-foot wide temporary rock barrier across a channel in the Delta will prevent salt water contamination, according to a state water official.

Tijuana Plans Protection For Rare River Habitat

May 25
By Jean Guerrero
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Arroyo Alamar is one of Tijuana's last surviving river habitats. It once ran for six miles through the city, but now it is less than half that size. Much of it has been filled with concrete to prevent flooding, but environmentalists want to save what is left of the river.

Strengthening El Niño Raises Hope For Bone-Dry San Diego

May 25
By Susan Murphy
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El Niño conditions in the tropical Pacific Ocean are gaining strength. The latest forecast signals a moderate to strong event come fall or winter.

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