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Redondo Beach City Council Votes for Green Power

RUHS students, including Rylee Goldfarb (l) and Madison Wilmes (r), helped turn the tide.

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Want restored wetlands and a park to replace the Redondo Beach Power Plant?

Testify before the Water Board on Oct. 17.

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Two South Bay Students Plant Their Roots of Commitment to Lifelong Environmental Activism

Samantha Torres and Rylee Goldfarb

Two South Bay high school students have been environmentalists since they were kids.

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State allows power plants to continue harmful cooling method

By Melanie Cohen, Environmental Co-Chair In 2010, after decades of complaints from environmentalists, California water regulators ordered 19 coastal power plants to phase out a cooling process that is blamed for killing billions of marine organisms every year. In “once-through…

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A Breakthrough for the Future of the Redondo Beach Power Plant Site

By Dave Wiggins, Conservation Co-Chair For over 20 years, Sierra Club members in and around Redondo Beach have fought hard to ensure that the eventual closure of the city’s seaside power plant would lead to the restoration of the historic…

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CenterCal ‘Shopping Mall by the Sea’ Stymied in Court

  By David Wiggins, Conservation Co-chair On May 11, 2018, the Los Angeles Superior Court issued a 103-page proposed decision ordering the City of Redondo Beach to revise and re-issue the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the massive shopping center…

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Greening Redondo: Living Plants May Replace Obsolete Power Plant

By Rebecca James, Secretary South Bay Parkland Conservancy Many Redondo Beach residents have spent much of the 21st century successfully fighting off dense residential development proposals for the AES power plant site in favor of plans for a future park….

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