L.A. City Council considers a city-wide ban on the bags, while an anonymous critic bashes shopping cart safeguards.
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Mark Gold opposes a provision that would allow for so-called sustainable shark fins to be sold.
However, the penalty for those who don't bring their own is just a mere ten cents per forest-shredding paper bag.
The activist even claims to have once physically threatened his brother for eying the shark fin at a Chinese restaurant.
"We either stop eating it because we choose to preserve the species, or we stop eating it because soon there will be none left to eat."
Heal the Bay releases a clever mockumentary to support its proposed legislature for a ban on single-use plastic bags.
The Pulitzer prize winner claims to have done a "f--k of a lot" of reading on the creatures.
Members get a 20% discount and all proceeds go to gala Back to the Beach Dinner.
A Santa Monica sushi restaurant is ready to pay a fine for selling whale meat while a protest looms.
Mark Gold runs Heal the Bay and wants The Hump closed after selling whale meat.