Save the Tuolumne River
And get trained in effective skills for defending the environment.
Compromise reached for "Healthy Saturdays" in Golden Gate Park
Through all-night negotiations, champions (including the Sierra Club) and opponents of "Healthy Saturdays"
have reached a compromise.
Tuolumne River threatened by inflated water demand
Based on inflated projections of water needs, San Francisco wants to divert an additional 25 million gallons per day
from the federally designated wild-and-scenic Tuolumne River.
Great news for Community Choice energy in San Francisco!
Announcing the introduction of the long-awaited plan to build the largest alternative-energy network in the world.
Marina Harbor news
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has certified the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for renovation of the San
Threatened frogs, golf, and dollars face off at Sharp Park
If the controversy currently swirling around the San Francisco public golf courses seems irrelevant to you, the case of
Sharp Park should convince you otherwise.
Federal jury upholds Alameda County Urban Growth Boundary
A federal jury has upheld Alameda County's Urban Growth Boundary.
David Brower Center saved
The referendum against the David Brower Center/Oxford Plaza did not receive
the required signatures to be put on the ballot.
San Francisco Group to focus on watersheds
Support for watershed-based planning and resource management is still very much alive.
LNG terminal defeated!
The State Lands Commission voted 2 - 1 to deny BHP Billiton's dirty and dangerous floating Liquefied Natural Gas terminal.
Marin progresses on Countywide Plan
The Marin County Planning Commission is in the midst of a series of intensive public hearings.
In Berkeley or in Albany, where will the ferries land?
The Water Transit Authority (WTA) is studying possible sites for a ferry terminal in Berkeley or Albany.
Victory in Concord is first step to protecting open space
Concord residents will get to direct the planning process for redevelopment of the Concord Naval Weapons Station (CNWS).
Richmond Council considers shoreline options
Will new General Plan protect shore - or sacrifice it to development?
Club sues to stop Faria development in San Ramon
The East Bay Regional Parks District has also filed suit challenging the project.
Can there be light for people without cars at the end of the Caldecott Tunnel fourth bore?
What are we getting - and what could we still hope to get - for our money?
Solid-waste and recycling news in Alameda County
Garbage isn't going away on its own.
Pittsburg's hills are still in jeopardy
Pittsburg's draft Hillside Development Performance Standards are still a blank check for developers.
San Francisco Sierra Club Yodeler