Tag: Coastal Cleanup

The Changing Tide: One Year In, California’s Single-Use Plastic Bag Ban is Working

According to data from the California Coastal Commission and Ocean Conservancy, the number of single-use plastic bags removed on the state’s annual Coastal Cleanup Days have decreased from 2014 to 2017, falling from 2.59% to 1.24% of all debris picked up. This is a sign that the statewide ban on single-use plastic bags, enacted in 2014, […]

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200 Volunteers Expected at Port of Oakland for Coastal Cleanup

P R E S S    R E L E A S E FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Coastal cleanup volunteers to pitch in at Port of Oakland shoreline 200 volunteers expected to tackle trash Oakland, Calif.– September 15, 2016: Over 60,000 Californians are expected to clean up beaches and waterways for the annual California Coastal Cleanup […]

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