The Environmental Argument Against Measure P

Department of Economics Lecturer Lanny Ebenstein wants readers to consider the environmental impact of Measure P, which he predicts will have detrimental consequences.

Environmentalist and Against Measure P

A student questions the real benefits of banning high-intensity gas and oil operations listed under Measure P, and finds too many costs.

SFG’s Projects Promise Plenty of Fish in the Sea

Marine ecologist and dean of the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management Steve Gaines teamed up with professor of environmental and resource economics Christopher Costello in 2006 to form the Sustainable Fisheries Group (SFG), a team that works with the Marine Science Institute and Bren School to aid conservation-minded organizations in implementing ways of fishing without damaging the fragile ecosystems of their fisheries.

Summit Discusses Habitat Issues on the Central Coast

UCSB will host the 3rd Annual Central Coast Sustainability Summit at Corwin Pavilion today from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., addressing environmental issues that affect the Central Coast region.

Music Event To Promote Coast

The Surfrider Foundation’s Isla Vista chapter will host its 12th annual Concert for the Coast at noon on Saturday in Anisq’ Oyo’ Park to advocate for the protection of the local coastline. The free event will feature discussions on environmental issues by several speakers and raffles to raise money for the organization. Oakland’s critically acclaimed hip hop group Zion I will […]

UCSB Maintains High Green Energy, Environmental Architecture Standards

UCSB continues to excel as a leader in sustainability through the collaborative efforts of students, staff and faculty to keep ahead of advances in green technology.

Coastal Plan Rejection Spurs Discussion

Environmentalists will meet at the “Protecting Our Coast” panel on campus tonight to discuss the county’s recent rejection of the California Coastal Commission’s coastal plan changes.

Environmental Legislation Leads to Higher Taxes, Not Lower Temperatures

After the DREAM Act was defeated, media pundits were caught whispering about backdoor methods of pushing the amnesty bill through the executive bureaucracy.

Consequences of Severe Climate Change Outweigh Partisan Agendas

Public health and safety is not a partisan issue. Ensuring the welfare of American citizens is arguably the most important job of the federal government.

SB Green Group Promotes Local Reuse Program

Santa Barbara Allied Waste Services is celebrating “America Recycles Day” throughout the county today by handing out free recyclable bags.