Showing posts from 2010

Proposition 26 Poses Serious Threat to Bay Area Transportation Funding

New Berkeley Recyling Carts Will Boost Participation, But Will They Stop Poachers?

More Election Coverage: Prop 21

Election Coverage: Prop 23

Chevron's Richmond Refinery a Water-Use Role Model

Berkeley Gets Creative with Energy-Efficiency Rebates

SF Chron: Legislature Votes Down Plastic Bag Ban

Berkeley's Burrowing Owls in Decline; Public Art Commission to the Rescue?

Beehive Market Is Berkeley's New Buzz

An Open Letter to the Fog

My First Barefoot Run ... And, I'm Hooked

Calling All (and I Mean ALL!) Contractors: EPA Demands Lead-Safe Practices

"Henry Coe"

The End of the Wilderness Exchange

Piedmont Gardening Goes Green ... Sort of

The City Streets Project: Where Cars Are Not King

Oakland's Increased Flat-Rate Sewer Fees Disproportionally Harm Water Savers

Berkeley Brings Rainwater Inside

A Craft Paint So Green You Can Eat It

From the Chron: Statewide Single-Use Bag Ban Likely?

East Bay Cities Lag Behind on Plastic Bag Bans

Why Are East Bay Runners Taking off Their Shoes?

At Long Last, Cal Frats Start Recycling

Will Environmental Watchdogs Adopt Underfunded CA State Parks?


From the Chron: First Salmon Season in Three Years Opens

From the Chron: Measure WW Funds Help Preserve Prominent Lafayette Hilltop

Cal Academy and Exploratrium Be Damned; These Field Trips Go Straight to the Source

Hot Tip for Businesses: Waste Reduction and Financial Savings in One

Going Carless

From the Mercury News: Oakland Solar Firm Scores Huge Federal Loan

From the Chron: Fishing Ban on Alameda Creek to Save Steelhead Trout

Chevron Won't Meet Environmental Groups in the Middle

Unlikely High-School Students Spend a Summer with Biofuels

A Good Sign for Salmon in the San Joaquin

From Indybay: Steelhead Slowly Returning to the Mokelumne

From the Chronicle: Raw Sewage in the Bay

More Bike Lanes Bound for Downtown Oakland

East Bay Events Spotlight Sustainable Seafood

Oakland Nonprofit Trains Recent Vets in Solar Panel Installation

$500 Million for East Bay Parks: How Is It Being Spent?