Healthy Cities for the Bay Area
What is a healthy city?
National Club election coming this spring
In March, all Club members should receive in the mail ballots for the annual election of the Sierra Club's Board of Directors.
Putting the "health" in "healthy" cities
The connection between health and the built environment.
San Francisco expands healthy growth in South Of Market Area
San Francisco's South Of Market Area (SOMA) is turning into a model of how to turn a declining light industrial area into a prosperous,
convenient, higher-density, and more livable neighborhood.
An ideal neighborhood for San Francisco
Market-Octavia plan a model of healthy urban design.
Silicon Valley tech workers want `a life'
North San Jose responds and may help the wider environment, too.
Siting affordable housing on the Bay Chapter's agenda
Affordable housing is essential to sustainable communities.
"Better Building: A Guide to America's Best New Development Projects"
Sierra Club report highlights ways to build healthy, livable communities.
Lessons for the Gulf Coast
Restoring the communities devastated by Hurricane Katrina will require the largest rebuilding effort in our nation's history.
Planning for San Francisco's natural areas
San Francisco manages hundreds of acres of its land (around 1.5% of the total) as natural areas.
San Francisco's Recreation and Parks Department is rising to a difficult challenge.
The good, the bad, and the messy
The poultrygeist of People's Park and other fluffy-bird stories.
Coyote finds nature in San Francisco; humans found "Nature in the City"
New organization for people who value urban wildness.
Transportation Plan for Treasure and Yerba Buena Islands - moving in the right
direction, but a long way to go
The long-awaited Draft Transportation Plan for Treasure and Yerba Buena Islands was released in January.
San Francisco Sierra Club Yodeler