Monthly Archives: February 2008

EarthRehab founder William found on Treehugger!!

The profile for William Djubin is ‘William’ on Treehugger.


-read some of his latest Ocean eco-activist remarks on various forums about the Environment , Water, Water Quality, Agriculture, Shortages and Sustainability.


A Declaration of Reef Rights

In celebration for the International Year of the Reef 2008

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Reef Check has drafted an International Declaration of Reef Rights.

View the Declaration

Easy to read and understand, please sign the document to make a Global Impact.Thank you.

A Short Going Green story with a great finish; HD

    A Short story, 2minutes and 30 seconds, with a great finish.

    2 min 30 sec – Oct 2, 2007
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    (4 ratings)
    Description: Roxanne Stein of WPTV NBC West Palm Florida did an interview with the founder of EarthRehab, regarding his Green License Plate Environmental Campaign.

Pollution cleanup scheduled for April 19, 2008

Kite Beach to Corners Cleanup 2008 FlyerAmerican Clean-up logo EarthRehab will host a beach cleanup from Kite Beach to Corners in Jupiter April 19, 2008 from 8am till Noon. Bring your Snorkel and Fins; receive a Hat and Green License Plate for your efforts.

My green license plate campaign to Expo in LA

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.My green license plate and EarthRehab will celebrate the International Year of the Reef at the Green Living Expo in LA.


Learn more about EarthRehab at

Richardson Bay and Audubon

Audubon San Francisco faces another catastrophe of Nature, a Sewage spill in Richardson Bay.

Still recovering from November 7th  when a cargo tanker collided with California’s Bay Bridge and released approximately 58,000 gallons of hazardous bunker fuel into the waters of the bay.

In a press release on February 2nd by the Emergency Operations Center in Marin County, an “accidental release” of 2.7 millions gallons of treated sewage and storm water was released in the bay.

Audubon California on the Effects from the Oil Spill

“This is really the worst time and the worst place for this accident to happen, given that millions of birds are stopping here for their winter migration and finding this oily water,” said Langham.

This series of events will upset the migratory bird/eelgrass eco-system for years to come.

Goto and support Audubon today

Super Tuesday early winner! the Oceans

Appropriations for the Ocean

NOAA fiscal year 2009 Budget by President Bush

The budget includes more than $49 million in new funding to implement the President’s Ocean Initiative. Specifically, the request in total will fund $78.3 million for ocean science and research, $31.7 million to protect and restore marine coastal areas and $48.9 million to ensure sustainable use of coastal resources.


Baby Super Tuesday Winner, the Oceans again!!

Marine Preserve from coastline to 90 ft. for SouthEast Florida proposal.
(credit to Sun Sentinel)
The federal government is now proposing to declare an extensive protected area for the two species from the coasts of Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties through the Florida Keys to the U.S. islands of the Caribbean.

Designation of the 4,931-square-mile area could affect plans for beach-widening, port expansions, sewage discharges, ship anchoring and other coastal activities. Although it is unlikely to halt them, it would add a layer of scrutiny that could force changes or relocations to avoid harming the corals, said Sarah Heberling, natural resource specialist for the National Marine Fisheries Service

Invitation to collaborate for this effort.
(credit to Ed Tichnor, Executive Director of Reef Rescue)

Critical Habitat designation Proposed to protect threatened Florida Corals
Under the Endangered Species Act the federal government has proposed designating almost 5,000 square miles of reef area off the coasts of Florida, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands as critical habitat for the protection of threatened Staghorn and Elkhorn corals. The area includes all coastal waters in Palm Beach County from the beach out to 90 feet deep.
Critical habitat is one of the most important safety nets for wildlife listed under the Endangered Species Act, said Miyoko Sakashita, attorney with the Center for Biological Diversity.

A public hearing will be held on the proposal Tuesday, March 4, 7-9 p.m. at the International Game Fish Association, 300 Gulf Stream Way, Dania Beach.

EarthRehab’s William will attend “said” meeting and keep this thread posted of the outfalls.