Former Santa Barbara Mayor and City Councilmember Harriet Miller has joined the Board of Directors of the Environmental Defense Center (EDC). Ms. Miller served as the Executive Director of the AARP in Washington D.C. and as the elected State Superintendent of Education in Montana before moving to Santa Barbara in 1981.
The Environmental Defense Center (EDC) announced today that it has hired long-time community activist, businessman and attorney David J. Landecker as its new Executive Director. Landecker is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center and has been active in environmental law and policy for more than thirty years, including six years on EDC’s Board of Directors in the 1990s.
The Environmental Defense Center (EDC) announced today that its Executive Director, Cameron Benson, will be leaving to assume a new role as the City of Santa Barbara’s Creeks Restoration and Water Quality Manager.
California Coastal Protection Network Applauds Governor’s Decision to TERMINATE BHP Billiton’s LNG Terminal Proposal Offshore CaliforniaMay 18, 2007
The California Coastal Protection Network (CCPN) and its legal counsel, the Environmental Defense Center (EDC), today praised Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s decision to veto BHP Billiton’s controversial proposal to build a massive floating Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) storage and regasification terminal off the Oxnard-Malibu coast.
The nonprofit Environmental Defense Center (EDC) and City of Santa
Barbara’s Creeks Restoration and Water Quality Improvement Division have received significant grants to fund the next phase of the Mission Creek Steelhead Recovery Project.
No Legal Analysis to Justify EPA Reversal Exists; Agency Stonewalls Request to Turn Over Key Documents
Santa Barbara Supervisor Brooks Firestone acknowledged today that he has a disqualifying financial conflict of interest regarding the County’s proposed changes to the “Uniform Rules.”