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Lindsi Seegmiller, NRDC alum, Santa Monica, CA

Lindsi Seegmiller

Recent Posts

Prop 21 Protects California's State Parks

Posted October 27, 2010 by Lindsi Seegmiller

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My favorite thing about New York was its parks. It’s funny if you think about it, because New York is far from being known for its parks – but they really were my favorite parts of the city and surrounding...continued

Awaiting the decision on Hawaii's resident whale

Posted October 15, 2010 by Lindsi Seegmiller

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As we sit and wait to hear the government’s decision about whether to list Hawaii’s insular false killer whale as an endangered population, I begin to wonder – just what will this distinction do? Securing endangered or threatened species status...continued

Three days late, but just as important: TRANSPORTATION

Posted November 20, 2009 by Lindsi Seegmiller

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I like what Michelle, of the No Impact Man duo for those of you who don't know, said about alternative transportation: it's ‘net net net positive gain' and that it is. You can help the environment, save money, do something...continued

Why are you putting your [insert produce here] into a plastic bag?

Posted November 17, 2009 by Lindsi Seegmiller

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One of the last environmental courses I took in college was called ‘Sustainable Cities' and it rocked. Talk about being relevant for an urban environmentalist living and work in New York City. Anyway, one class we got onto the discussion...continued

Warm compost spurs excitement about No Impact Week

Posted November 16, 2009 by Lindsi Seegmiller

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A Sunday Afternoon post: Friday at 11:45 am my outlook calendar popped up to remind me to bring the 10th floor compost bag down to the 8th floor so that the week's 'compost stars' would have an easier time bringing...continued


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