Alameda City Hall installs LED holiday lights

The City of Alameda installs new LED holiday lights at City Hall Powered by 100 percent renewable energy from wind and solar sources…

Re-Create Art Exhibit in downtown Oakland

The “Re-Create” art exhibit, which opens at downtown Oakland, features artworks created from discarded materials by students…

The Southbay’s safe and clean water project

The voters of Santa Clara Valley overwhilmingly passed measure B, the clean, safe water and natual flood prevention program to help ensure the quality…

EPA honors 19 schools for food waste reduction

The US Environmental Protection Agency honors 19 schools from the west coast for pledge to reduce food waste…

Teen’s Save the Earth workshops at SF Public Library

San Francisco Public Library partners with media and arts organizations to offer free tools and workshops…

Taiwan institute wins green awards

Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research Institute wins 2012 R&D 100 Awards. ITRI’s three new award-winning green technologies can help consumers reduce energy…

How local wineries benefit from S.F. compost

San Francisco is doing a citywide campaign to increase composting. Where do those collected food scraps and plants go? What do these materials use for…

San Francisco’s citywide compost campaign

San Francisco has achieved an 80 percent landfill diversion rate. To help getting to zero waste by 2020, San Francisco is doing a citywide campaign to increase composting in the City…

Shen Huang brings sustainable development methods to China

American born Chinese Shen Huang just graduated from MIT and is an intern at Environmental Protection Agency right now. She says developing countries…

Chinese scientists tour Bay Area wetlands

A group of Chinese scientists is visiting the San Francisco Bay Area to learn wetland management and protection methods as part of a long-standing bilateral environmental agreement…