Category: Green Space

Wildfires underline need to diversify California’s water supply

Fast burning fires, aided by strong, east winds and low humidity, devastated the Butte County community of Paradise over the…

3 days ago

New S.F. study opens door to exploring gender differences in environmental policies

Some San Franciscans remember a life in the 1950s before our “throwaway culture” took hold. Home cooked meals were the…

1 week ago

S.F. needs a can – do attitude toward creating a public bank

Two years ago, unarmed protesters of the Dakota Access oil pipeline were hit with water cannons, tear gas and other…

2 weeks ago

Only thing scarier than climate change report is not acting on it

As Halloween approaches, San Franciscans welcome scary decorations, movies and haunted houses. But there was nothing fun about the recent…

3 weeks ago

Diversifying San Francisco’s water supply

Last week, students at Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary School celebrated a more sustainable future. As part of the Stormwater School…

1 month ago

Peskin talks trash at Surfrider meeting, promises new plastic ban

San Francisco Supervisor Aaron Peskin delivered a glimmer of hope last week when it comes to avoiding a future where…

1 month ago

Help for Ocean Beach may be near

While Bill McLaughlin and other San Francisco surfers always enjoy the powerful winter waves near Ocean Beach’s southern end, the…

2 months ago

Two workout pals work to save endangered ostrich species

Stephen Gold, a San Francisco contractor, and Henry Cundill, a recent business school graduate got to know each other while…

2 months ago