Robyn Purchia

Historic march against Wells Fargo planned for this week

Last weekend, reports of unethical business practices at Wells Fargo surfaced again.…

Gas cars may soon become as obsolete as horse-drawn buggies

Years ago, horse-drawn carriages shuttled San Franciscans up and down our hilly…

San Francisco Giants ahead of the game in leaving fossil fuels behind

The San Francisco Giants are in the lead; at least, when it…

There’s nothing natural about natural gas

Two weeks ago, contractors working at the corner of Geary Boulevard and…

Finding high-tech solutions to the Arctic ice meltdown

Despite cold temperatures and even snow in the Bay Area, climate change…

Breaking out of the single-family house mold

In 1964, a group of Bay Area architects decided to reject the…

It’s too early to ban environmentally-damaging shotgun shell components

On Baker Beach last week, Anna Kauffman picked up 23 pieces of…

A couple’s lifetime of possessions find new homes

Refusing plastic straws and carrying a reusable water bottle is good for…

It’s time for Pelosi to endorse the Green New Deal

On a sunny, but wet morning, activists gathered recently in San Francisco’s…

Why electric cars make sense for Uber, Lyft drivers in San Francisco

On a recent cold, San Francisco day, Marcel Espia picked me up…

‘Twas the day after Christmas and oh, what a mess

‘Twas the day after Christmas, when all through the flat Not a…

Will native Americans finally get a cultural center in San Francisco?

Last week, the sound of beating drums echoed within City Hall as…

Presidio habitat restoration effort plants seeds of hope

El Polin Spring was bubbling last Saturday with 133 volunteers ready to…

The news is not all good when it comes to this year’s Dungeness crab season

Joy to the world! San Francisco’s markets and menus are stocked with…

Consider the environment when you buy gifts this holiday season

Many San Francisco parents were grateful for the rain last week and…

Struggling with the responsibility to reduce our ‘foodprint’

Tomorrow is a chance for San Franciscans to express gratitude, not only…

Wildfires underline need to diversify California’s water supply

Fast burning fires, aided by strong, east winds and low humidity, devastated…

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…

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

Two years ago, unarmed protesters of the Dakota Access oil pipeline were…

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

As Halloween approaches, San Franciscans welcome scary decorations, movies and haunted houses.…