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This note is from Anastasia Glikshtern, an officer of San Francisco Forest Alliance and a long-time San Franciscan.
in the City’s green bins for composting, but Chris Krupa says there is a better way to compost.
Amelia Fortgang, a 16-year-old who lives on Frederick Street in the Sunset District, won third place in the 15- to 16-year-old category for her project, Bay Area Youth Climate Summit.
The richest habitat site in the Corridor is a large stairway garden at 15th Avenue and Quintara Street, which neighbors and NTC have cared for since 2008.
Parents and their children should know: How many schools have tire crumb playing fields and how long have they been there?
“I would encourage The Richmond Review to bring the noise pollution in and around Golden Gate Park to the attention of your readers.”
Scientists know that rising temperatures and changing weather patterns create the conditions for everything from catastrophic wildfires to devastating flooding. We must divest from fossil fuels, and ultimately nationalize fossil fuel industries to keep fossil fuels in the ground.
Create a window earth to inspire awareness of environmental issues.
We are encouraging people to make earths out of recycled material they find in their homes to put in their windows.
Our third Run for Zero Waste 5K Fun Run/1 mile walk, beach clean-up and festival will take place at Ocean Beach on Saturday, March 21, 8 a.m.-noon with a zero-waste festival at Park Chalet following the race.
A panel of biodiversity experts gathered on Tuesday, May 28, at the Presidio Officers’ Club to discuss the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services’ (IPBES), a worldwide assessment on biodiversity, in front of an audience of approximately 150 people.
Presidio Trust and French Consulate in San Francisco to Host High-Level Expert Panels on Biodiversity Conservation in Partnership:
A new “storm-water schoolyard” has begun operation at Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary School.
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) will enlist 25,000 commercial electricity customers citywide into the program starting in June.