Renewable-energy update for East Bay
Community Choice Energy moving forward in Oakland, Berkeley, Emeryville.
Strawberry Canyon - a cultural landscape at a crossroads
Berkeley's Strawberry Canyon is a strange and wonderful place.
Public speaks out for Tuolumne River
In September hundreds of people turned out at public hearings to support protecting the Tuolumne River.
Help gather signatures for Moraga Open Space Initiative
Conservation-minded Moraga residents have written a powerful ballot measure to preserve the town's remaining ridgelines,
hillsides, and wildlife habitat from harmful development.
Drakes Bay Oyster Company quits negotiations, rejects permit conditions
Firm operating in Estero designated for wilderness says, `My tide or the high tide'.
How high San Francisco? Treasure Island tower raises important questions
How high is too high?
The parking of Lot 337
A controversy is developing about Lot 337, the 14 acres of shoreline just south of the Giant's ball field.
San Francisco nature news
Natural Areas Plan moves forward; Urban Forest Plan.
Keeping CalPERS honest about its investment policy
Sonoma County project is not environmentally responsible.
Don't sign nuclear power initiative
Circulators are gathering signatures for an initiative that seeks to enable construction of more nuclear power plants.
A's ball-park `village' would bring sprawl, traffic to Fremont
The Oakland Athletics' plan to move to Fremont would be damaging to the city and to the adjacent Don Edwards San
Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge.
Trucking terminals threaten Arrowhead Marsh and Martin Luther King Jr Shoreline
The Golden Gate Audubon Society has filed suit to stop a 24-hour trucking terminal from being built next to the sensitive
wildlife habitat of the Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline and its Arrowhead Marsh.
Future of Site 300 is in our hands
Community members have an opportunity to help shape the future of Livermore Lab's Site 300, the Department of Energy's
(DOE) high-explosive testing range and Superfund site in the Tracy Hills.
San Francisco Sierra Club Yodeler