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Our World Now: This just in…

drawing in grey white and red questioning if global warming is bad
Contributor April 10, 2018

Political Cartoon by Alexis Jansen, a Science major and senior. The head of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Scott Pruitt, recently expressed his doubts, in contradiction to the EPA's own...

Watering down California’s drought crisis

A park ranger stands amidst a dry bay at Lake Cachuma in January 2014. This area was filled with water in 2013. / Courtesy of MTC.
Kyle Hufnagel September 24, 2014

This world is going to hell. Each generation’s elders, aged to perfection, have claimed this as their swan song, presumably since the dawn of time -- each believing their predecessors have defiled...

Award-winning environmental documentary to be screened on campus

Tushita Vidhale January 29, 2014

Gasland Part II, an HBO documentary directed by Josh Fox will be screened on campus tomorrow. This is a free event on campus funded by the Institute for Sustainability and a non-profit organization called...

Los Angeles plastic bag ban hits small CSUN stores July 1

Los Angeles plastic bag ban hits small CSUN stores July 1
Steven Maiken January 22, 2014

For now, CSUN has avoided the recent single-use plastic bag ban which went into effect on Jan. 1 in Los Angeles, which affects large grocery, pharmacy, retail and convenience stores that have $2 million...

From an A to an F, beaches get graded too

Rocio Romero June 23, 2011

An annual beach report released in May by a non-profit environmental group revealed that high levels of poor water quality exist in Los Angeles County beaches. According to Heal the Bay, four of the...

You failed Climate 101 and the environment

Aimee Lastrella October 21, 2010

You’re stupid, I’m stupid and apparently we are all stupid. Recently, Yale released a their study that found out the average American doesn’t know crap about climate change or global warming....

Art professor Joy von Wolffersdorff uses her art to express environmental concerns

Art professor Joy von Wolffersdorff uses her art to express environmental concerns
Leonie Jones September 15, 2010

Joy von Wolffersdorff, artist and CSUN art professor, is determined to bring attention to the climate change crisis, a topic she is passionate about, through her art. “I hope that when people view...

Green documentaries to look out for

Roxanne Estrada April 21, 2010

In celebration of Earth Day, step out of the box and get the 411 on some issues that you might not be aware of.  But instead of reading boring documents about how we’re polluting our planet, invite...

MEChA Project Youth Green

Susan Murray February 25, 2010

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