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SocialCurrentSee✅® newsletter in TriloGi - Issue #37

Michael & Dee Dee Foxworth ▶ TriloGi bloggers since 2011
Michael & Dee Dee Foxworth ▶ TriloGi bloggers since 2011
✅   The July 4 holiday weekend and probably every weekend for the remainder of the summer season is a beach and waterway migration time for millions of Americans, most definitely for Californians. And for those who make these recreational treks, a top-of-mind consideration is the safety of the water into which they intend to dive, swim, or wade.
🔥In its annual survey of more than 500 beaches, the environmental group Heal the Bay reported Tuesday, June 29, that 93% of California’s beaches logged good water-quality marks between April and October 2020. According to an LATimes story, “an encouraging assessment it is for a coastline that sees all manner of trash, pesticides, and bacteria (not to mention microplastics, automotive fluids, and tire particles) flushed into the ocean whenever it rains.
🔥“A severe drought has meant less-polluted beaches during the summer — particularly in Southern California, where Orange County had 10 of the state’s cleanest beaches. But even a dry year has led to troubling patterns during the winter and stubborn pockets of pollution along the coast.”

Heal the Bay Releases Annual Beach Report Card & River Report Card
SAFE TO FOLLOW UNMASKED
SAFE TO FOLLOW UNMASKED
SAFE, \ ˈsāf  \
  • adjective Free from danger or injury; undamaged or unhurt.
  • adjective Not exposed to the threat of danger or harm.
  • adjective Usable in specified conditions without being damaged. Often used in combination.
  • adjective Free from risk; not liable to be lost; sure.
🔥 “Safety is the state of being ‘safe’, the condition of being protected from harm or other non-desirable outcomes. Safety can also refer to the control of recognized hazards in order to achieve an acceptable level of risk.”
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