Hit the Beach on Saturday for Coastal Cleanup Day

This weekend, put down your folding chair and cooler and head to your local beach with gloves and garbage bags instead because Saturday is Coastal Cleanup Day, California’s largest annual… Read More…


California’s Untapped Climate Change Strategy

Scientists agree that climate change is the biggest global health and environment threat of the 21st century. Eighty-five percent of Californians live or work along coastal areas, where sea level… Read More…


Los Angeles Groups Press Legislators to Support Bills Protecting Area’s Water, Air and Workers from Federal Threats

Media Contacts: Bruce Reznik, Los Angeles Waterkeeper, 619-851-9997 Bill Magavern, Coalition for Clean Air, 916-527-8051 Mark! Lopez, East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice, 323-263-2113 (Los Angeles, CA)– A coalition of… Read More…


Recognizing Excellence in the California Waterkeeper Movement

There are roughly 75 scientists, lawyers, teachers, policy wonks, divers, communications specialists, and fundraisers working at Waterkeeper organizations throughout California. Our network comprises some of the best and the brightest… Read More…


Lawsuit Asserts Water Boards Failed to Protect Clean Water from Agricultural Pollution

Last week, a coalition of non-profit and trade organizations filed a lawsuit in Sacramento California Superior Court against the State Water Resources Control Board and the Central Coast Regional Water… Read More…


San Diego Coastkeeper Releases 2016 Water Quality Report

For the first time since 2013, San Diego Coastkeeper’s data show an overall improvement in San Diego’s water quality. “This is great news. Of course, a single year of overall… Read More…


Youth Exchange Celebrates Rivers and Culture

On July 29, youth from the Klamath Basin and Patagonia, Chile will celebrate the final day of a three-week journey on the Klamath River from its headwaters at Crater Lake… Read More…


Happy Swimmable California Day

California Coastkeeper Alliance works to protect our waters so that they are clean and safe for swimming, surfing, paddling, fishing, wading, and frolicking. Join us on July 25th – Swimmable… Read More…


Help Russian Riverkeeper Stop Pollution Trading

The North Coast Water Quality Control Board has proposed a draft Laguna Water Quality Credit Trading Program – which is really a pollution trading program. The Water Board’s draft pollution trading framework proposes… Read More…


OC Coastkeeper Stepping up For San Juan Creek

Orange County Coastkeeper is taking legal action to protect the public and marine life from harmful pollution flowing from Rancho Mission Viejo Riding Park, an equestrian riding park in San… Read More…


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