Month: April 2014

TechSF for Youth

TechSF for Youth is a government-funded program that offers free certificate, career counseling, paid internship and job assistance services for WIA-eligible Read More

Man Arrested at Large Hadron Collider, Claims He is from the Future

I am sorry — ha,ha — have to post this — to help me keep from laughing. Eloi Cole, who Read More

Where Does Our E-Waste Go?

According to the Basel Action Network, 80% of the electronic  waste harvested in the U.S., does not get processed at Read More

Novato Clean & Green Day 2014

The 19th annual Clean & Green Day in Novato will occur on April 26, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Everyone is welcome to Read More

Harvard Faculty Asks School to Divest of Fossil Fuels

From The Harvard Crimson http://bit.ly/QaBStJ Nearly one hundred members of Harvard University faculty members published an letter to University President Read More

Youth Leadership Photography Show at Art Works Downtown

The Youth Leadership Institute and the Marin County Youth Commission, a group of young people the Marin Board of Supervisors has Read More

EPA Catches E-Waste Polluters

Two companies, one based in Toronto, Canada, and the other in Minnesota, are being charged with penalties of $31,600 by Read More

A Message from the California Public Utilities Commission: Climate Credit

Look for a Climate Credit from the State of California on Your April Utility Bill This month your electricity bill Read More

Agbogbloshie, Ghana: The largest e-waste dumping site in the world

http://www.news.com.au/technology/environment/agbogbloshie-the-largest-ewaste-dumping-site-in-the-world/story-e6frflp0-1226873455884 from news.com.au. Story by Jenni Ryall. When you throw out your television, you expect it to be recycled properly. Read More

Earth Day Marin Coming Up This Sunday

The Earth Day Marin 2014 Festival and Day of Action on Sustainability Solutions will be a fun, free, family-friendly event Read More

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