UC Berkeley zero waste goal by 2020

今天的「環保專題」我們要為大家介紹柏克萊加大一位華裔,如何幫助學生改變習慣,減少校園垃圾…

SF FOG ordinance after one year

舊金山從去年四月一日起,強制實施食用油(FOG)控制法令,要求所有餐館安裝食用油清除設備,以協助減少食用油堵塞下水道問題。法令強制實施一年來…

Donations for Mission vandalized businesses

本週一晚間,在Valencia街與17街一帶發生騷亂事件,有示威者破壞商店。舊金山地檢官George Gascon表示,將籌款協助有需要的商戶重修店鋪…

Chinese yam chicken soup

Chinese yam chicken soup only needs five ingredients. The recipe is simple and easy. The soup is not only healthy and nutritious but also improving your immune system…

National Science Bowl winners

The 2012 National Science Bowl champion team from William Hopkins Junior High in Fremont returned to the Bay Area last night. The team members include 2 eighth-grade and 3 seventh-grade students…

New catalyst for fuel cells

UC Berkeley associate professor of chemistry Christopher Chang and his research team have created a new catalyst MoS2 (molybdenum and sulfur) that not only improves the efficiency of fuel cells but also reduces carbon emission and its cost…

Black rice porridge

Black rice porridge is a popular and healthy dessert in Asia. The recipe is simple and easy…

California Traumatology Bill

California senate Leland Yee proposed traumatology bill SB 1488 is passed at Senate Business and Professions Committee…

Algae can be used to produce biofuels

NASA uses treated wastewater to grow algae which can be used to produce biofuels…

Free citizenship workshop

There’s a free workshop tomorrow to assist Bay Area residents on path to citizenship…

Vietnamese beef noodle soup

Vietnamese beef noodle soup is the most popular Vietnamese food. Just like as Taiwan beef noodle soup, the serect is the broth…

Environmental concerns in China

The Founder and Direcotr of the oldest environmental organization, Friends of Nature, Li Bo is in San Francisco to share and exchange information on environmental protection…

Goldman Prize winner Ma Jun

The 2012 Goldman Environmental Prize ceremony took place tonight in San Francisco. China winner Ma Jun is one of six recipients…

Middle Class Scholarship Act

New Acts proposed by California Assembly Speaker John Perez helps students whose family income is under $150,000 but who are not eligible for financial aid…

Voters to go green

With recent changes to state and municipal laws, voters now are allowed to go green by opting out of receiving Voter Information Pamphlets and Sample Ballots by mail, and accessing it online instead…

Turning waste into craft boxes

Do you know how to turn used milk cartons or tissue boxes into beautiful and useful craft boexes? Today’s “Green Feature” tells you how to do it yourself…

Prediction on gas prices

Professor and Director of Energy Institute at the UC Berkeley, Severin Borenstein, predicts gas prices most likely won’t go up to $5 a gallon…

SF: New charging stations

San Francisco announced the installation of 26 new electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in City owned parking facilities…

The Documentary “Waking the Green Tiger”

“Waking the Green Tiger” is a feature documentary about a group of journalists, activists and farmers who launch a campaign…

Hetch Hetchy Cmmunity Benefits

What other resources are available besides water supply…

Hetch Hetchy Water System Improvement Projects

What authorities do to make the aging water system reliable and seismically safe…

Quality control of Hetch Hetchy water

How authorities maintain the high quality of clean and safe drinking water…

Controversy over Hetch Hetchy water system

Surrounded by mountains and 3,800 feet above sea level, the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir collects its water from Sierra snowmelt. Covering an area of 460 square miles…

Reuseable grocery bag cleaning methods

How to clean and wash reuseable grocery bags…

Overview of the Hetch Hetchy Water System

What is the water source that provides drinking water to 2.5 million Bay Area residents?

SmartMeter customers pay out to opt out

The CPUC approved the opt-out plan of SmartMeters that allows PG&E’s customers to choose either a new SmartMeter or a traditional analog meter. But the opt-out customers have to pay fees…

San Jose cell tower controversy

Verizon Wireless is proposing to set up a 60-foot tall cell tower next to a San Jose elementary school but the plan is opposed by many parents and neighbors…

Chef Hou’s Taiwan beef noodle soup recipe

Taiwan beef noodle soup chef Hou visited the Bay Area last week and shared his serect recipe with local people…

SF workers recover lost wages

Several organizations and state and city agencies announced the over $316,000 settlement of a major wage theft case in San Francisco…

San Jose unveils free CPR app

The San Jose Fire Department partnered with El Camino Hospital to provide a free, lifesaving PulsePoint CPR mobile phone app for San Jose …..