• Sustainable PG Presents their Fall Program

    Green Living Tour

    Sunday, September 28
 at 11:00am – 4:00pm

    SPG presents Pacific Grove’s first green living tour, featuring homes and gardens that illustrate sustainability practices in energy and water conservation, waste reduction, food production, and more. The staging station will be located in front of the Museum of Natural History, featuring its own attractive drought tolerant garden of native plants.

    White Water, Black Gold
    Wednesday, October 8
 at 7:00pm – 8:30pm

    Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History

    Heard a lot lately about the controversy of the Keystone XL pipeline project, which will facilitate exporting Canada’s dirty tar sands oil through the US? About the pressure on Obama to approve this ill-advised project?

    The documentary “White Water, Black Gold” is a sober look at the untold costs (to water and people) associated with developing the second largest deposit of “oil” in the world. To be mentioned too, exploiting the tar sands increases CO2 emissions to an untenable level, if we are to avoid catastrophic climate change.

    The documentary will be followed by a discussion, and a call to action to booster our politicians’ resolve to oppose the Keystone pipeline project. The reality of climate change demands action.

     

    Rebels with a Cause
    Wednesday, November 12
 at 7:00pm – 8:30pm
    Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History

    If you missed the recent showing of this film at the Osio, here is your chance to see it for free. “Rebels With a Cause”, is an unforgettable documentary about how the power of people can make a difference and effect change.

    Join us and get inspired, uplifted and motivated with all that is possible.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on August 19, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News, Green

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    This is the Heal the Bay Beach Report Card for Monterey Peninsula beaches, which reports water quality grades, or when relevant, weather advisories. An A to F grade is assigned based on the health risks of swimming or surfing at that location. Look at the "dry" grade for all days except those "wet" days during and within 3 days after a rainstorm. Click here for more information on the Beach Report Card. Click the name of the beach when it pops up for more details, or choose a beach below.

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