Long Beach Climate Change
Sen. Ted Lieu
On Tuesday, Sen. Ted. W. Lieu of Torrance introduced a pro-environment bill to help ensure the California Coastal Conservancy can continue to work on addressing climate change – especially projects that maximize public benefits.
Solar panels on the roof of the Watershed Exhibit are just one of the reason the Aquarium of the Pacific was named a Green Business by the Office of Sustainability.
After a thorough application and auditing process, the City of Long Beach Office of Sustainability has named the Aquarium of the Pacific in its Green Business Recognition Program.
Climate and water play key roles in our economy, lifestyle, and infrastructure in Southern California, making large populations and robust agricultural production possible in this region. Currently about 65 percent of California’s water supply comes from the Sierra Nevada Mountains snow pack.
In a partnership with the California Department of Water Resources (DWR), the Aquarium of the Pacific will open an exhibit on October 24 that draws connections between climate change and California’s water management system.
Each year Californians celebrate the state’s coastal environments with Coastweeks, an annual three-week public education program of the California Coastal Commission celebrating our coastal and water resources.
Rescued in Brazil, these five penguins are settling in to their new Long Beach home at the Aquarium of the Pacific. Photo by Andrew Reitsma, courtesy of the Aquarium.
Late last week, the Aquarium of the Pacific welcomed five Magellanic penguins to Long Beach.
The historic landmark will celebrate conservation with lights-out, eco-friendly entertainment and organic cocktails for hotel guests and the community
Along with millions of people around world, the Queen Mary will go dark on March 26 from 8:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Aquarium gains valuable insight into their guests’ views on climate change and prepares to open two major exhibitions on this environmental issue
The majority of guests visiting the nonprofit Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California perceive global climate change to be a threat, according to the Global Warming’s Six Americas Survey.
Assemblymember Ted Lieu makes his candidacy for the District 28 Senate seat official.
“Today, the California League of Conservation Voters is proud to endorse the Ted Lieu for the 28th Senate District,” said CLCV CEO Warner Chabot.
State lawmakers will meet in Long Beach Friday to ask experts if California is ready to accommodate a growing fleet of plug-in electric vehicles already showing up on the state’s roads.
California has mandated that more than 1 out of 10 cars sold in the state be zero-emission vehicles by next year.