There is more at stake in reducing artificial light than exploring the universe, important as that is.
You might have seen him peddling through the neighborhood: A handsome, silver-haired gent on a bicycle festooned with colorful streamers and flags, pulling a handmade wooden trailer.
Climate Central’s “Picturing Our Future” makes it clear that sea level rise will flood large areas of SF.
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 California Coastal Commission is proud to announce that the 37th Annual California Coastal Cleanup Day will return to in-person gatherings at sites around the state this Sept. 18.
We need to solve the climate emergency, not just put another bandage on it.
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?
On Sunday, March 21, more than 20 adults and six children showed up to help clean the streets. They were able to cover a lot of ground cleaning Pacheco, Ortega, and Noriega streets from Great Highway to 38th Avenue …
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.
Addressing climate change and conserving biodiversity go hand-in-hand. Our ability to mitigate and adapt to climate change while retaining important ecosystem services, such as pollination, will depend on our ability to protect biodiversity.
If you thought that our local City government was implementing only emergency measures during the pandemic, you would be wrong.
SF Plant Finder is a comprehensive and easy-to-use resource for gardeners, landscape designers, ecologists and community members interested in greening neighborhoods and enhancing our city’s biodiversity.
Create a window earth to inspire awareness of environmental issues.