Oil Industry Spreads Deception on Key Climate Bill, SB 350, Going to Vote in Assembly Any Day

Oil Industry Spreads Deception on Key Climate Bill, SB 350, Going to Vote in Assembly Any Day
A mailing about the “California Gas Restriction Act of 2015″ from the “California Drivers Alliance” went out across California in recent weeks. There’s just a few problems – the California Gas Restriction Act of 2015 is not the name of the proposed law, and the California Drivers Alliance is actually a project of WSPA, the… Read more »

​Urgent Climate Action: Tell California Assemblymembers to vote YES for SB 350 & SB 32

​Urgent Climate Action: Tell California Assemblymembers to vote YES for SB 350 & SB 32
Right now, California’s leaders have a chance to move us forward on climate action for decades to come. There are two important bills, SB 32 and SB 350, that need to pass. 350 Bay Area has put together this call to action: California’s climate future hinges on a handful Assembly votes​. ​The California Senate passed… Read more »

Berkeley Community Gardening Collaborative Is Hiring for New Coordinator

Berkeley Community Gardening Collaborative Is Hiring for New Coordinator
The Berkeley Community Gardening Collaborative (BCGC) is a network of diverse community and school gardens in Berkeley who share a commitment to organic, urban agriculture, and access to healthy food for Berkeley residents. The beloved long-time leader of BCGC, Beebo Turman, is retiring, and hiring a replacement coordinator. The new Berkeley Community Gardening Coordinator will… Read more »

Honoring Chuck Teller, Ecology Center Board Treasurer

Honoring Chuck Teller, Ecology Center Board Treasurer
Dear Ecology Center Community, We are grieving the loss of our long-term Board Member and Treasurer Chuck Teller who passed suddenly Sunday morning. Chuck was an ardent leader and advocate for the Ecology Center, guiding us through numerous challenges with great humor, dignity, and openness. His financial and business savvy, his “start up” and “can… Read more »