From paradise to landfill: beloved California beach covered in trash

From paradise to landfill: beloved California beach covered in trash


Long Beach, California. Photograph: © SAF — Coastal Care

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After a trio of winter storms dropped inches of rain on the area, the beach looked more like a landfill than a pristine paradise. That’s because Seal Beach lies at the mouth of the San Gabriel river, which drains runoff from more than 50 cities in the Los Angeles river basin…

Read Full Article; Guardian UK (02-08-2019)

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