Caleigh Wells

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Online sales have skyrocketed during the pandemic, and so have the mountains of packaging that protect those orders in transit.

Wasted: Packaging design students grapple with the environmental impact of their work

Online sales have skyrocketed during the pandemic, and so have the mountains of packaging that protect those orders in transit.

from Greater LA

At a greenhouse in La Jolla, California, scientists are trying to harness the carbon-sucking power of plants to clean up the atmosphere.

Wasted: These plants are genetically modified to remove more carbon emissions from the air

At a greenhouse in La Jolla, California, scientists are trying to harness the carbon-sucking power of plants to clean up the atmosphere.

from Greater LA

Kedren Community Health Center primarily serves Black and Latino Angelenos who have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic.

South LA COVID vaccine standby line sparks racial equity debate

Kedren Community Health Center primarily serves Black and Latino Angelenos who have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic.

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