Palos Verdes-South Bay Sierra Club

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“Mamma Mia!” at the Bowl, July 29

Join PV South Bay Sierra Club at the Hollywood Bowl, Saturday, July 29, for the annual staged musical “Mamma Mia!” featuring ABBA’s timeless songs. For $25 you get a bus ride from Wilson Park (Crenshaw between Sepulveda & Carson) and…

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Signs of Spring: Wildflowers

Wildflowers in the Palos Verdes Nature Preserve — California Natives and an Invader Purple Sage Close-up by Al Sattler, Group Chair,                                       …

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Signs of Spring: Swallows Return

Photos by Al Sattler, Group Chair

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Along the Path:  A Young Person’s Guide to Exploring Nature A New Way of “Seeing” By Susan Rothrock Deo We depend on our senses—sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch—to help us understand the natural world. We use our eyes most,…

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Links of Interest

Greener energy alternatives for Edison customers (Los Angeles Times) Climate change denial in schools (Vice) “Global Weirding: Climate, Politics, and Religion.” (Web series) Four climate change myths busted (Sydney Morning Herald)

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Mr. President: We’ve Seen This Act Before

By David Wiggins, Group Executive Committee Member A new president, elected without a majority of the popular vote, takes office wrongly assuming that he has a popular mandate to slash the budget for the Environmental Protection Agency, and gut the…

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EPA hosts Community Open House about Local Superfund Sites*

*(Unless the Trump administration cancels the meeting. Or the Republican-dominated Congress cancels the Superfund program, or ends the EPA) By Al Sattler, Group Chair The Environmental Protection Agency designates certain polluted locations as “Superfund sites,” meaning they require special funding…

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Trips! May: Yosemite Cabin/ July: Hike Mammoth-Yosemite-Bristlecone

May 26-29 Fri-Mon I: Memorial Day in Wawona (Yosemite) Cabin. Rideshare Fri to stay in a cabin in the Wawona area near Yosemite’s south entrance for moderately paced 8-12 mi, 1200′-3000′ gain hikes each day. Highlights include cascading Chilnualna Falls,…

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Are You in the Risk Zone?

Torrance Refinery Update  By Steve Dillow, Group Special Projects Chair Release of 50,000 lb. of MHF  (Google maps.Risk zones indicated by TRAA) The explosion that rocked the Torrance refinery, spewing smoke and ash in Feb. 2015 caused only minor injury…

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A Call to Action

By Paul Rosenberger      [A fettered EPA may speed global warming. Rosenberger, PV-SB Publicity Chair and frequently published letter-writer, offers tips on your first shout to a newspaper. – ed.]

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Where Passion Meets Patience

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Links of interest

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Angeles Chapter Annual Awards Banquet

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