Coastal Angels Prevents Pollution and The Desecration of Nature

By Jacqueline Winberg

Plastic is plaguing our beaches despite the new plastic bag ban. Since we started hosting beach cleanups in March 2015, the most commonly found items are bottle caps and cigarette butts

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Great Pacific Garbage...Soup?

By Meghan Rice

Much to my surprise, what has been coined as ‘The Great Pacific Garbage Patch’ may actually be a myth, experts say.  According to an article for The Telegraph, Oregon State University’s Associate Professor Dr Angelicque White has said: “The use of the phrase ‘garbage patch’ is misleading .

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Southern California Groundwater: More Than Meets the Eye

By Artun Ereren
 

When driving on the freeway, I occasionally look over to my left or right to a sight of a dried up Santa Ana River.  Before I started my Water education, I always thought the Santa Ana River was a remnant of the past- an empty reminder that Orange County had once had much more abundant water supply.

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ORANGE COUNTY CA PUBLIC NEEDS TO HELP CLEAN UP

By Jacque Winberg

For nearly two years, Coastal Angels has hosted beach cleanups on the Orange County, California coastline - and it hasn't been pretty. In fact, it's hideous! The public in this county needs to help clean up and crack down on plastic pollution.

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A message from Coastal Angels President, Jacque Winberg

I created Coastal Angels in March of 2015. I became aware of plastic pollution on Southern California's beaches and was also inspired by a documentary titled, Plastic Paradise: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch. I began thinking of how I could help make a difference in the environment and decided that hosting beach cleanups with my friends and family would be a good foundation.

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