Last week, the No on D Campaign reported a contribution from the American Beverage Association of $500,000, bringing a total of $800,000 that the industry has spent to defeat Measure D in Berkeley. We’re sharing the open letter that the campaign has written in response to this news, and the ambush of ads, canvassers, and… Read more »
We’ve posted in the past about the potent videos from the Bigger Picture Project, and tomorrow we’re excited to share some of these videos on a bigger screen. Come to the Westbrae Biergarten for a relaxed event featuring films related to soda and their role in our lives. The venue has a big play area… Read more »
A crowd gathered this morning to send over 100 Bay Area climate activists off on the People’s Climate Train. They’ll travel cross country by train, with workshops on board, and whistlestop rallies at cities along the route. By Sunday, they’ll be in New York, joining the largest climate mobilization in history.
On board is Ecology… Read more »
A year ago, Mexico was the first in the world to pass a national soda tax, to combat the world’s highest obesity rate. Early results show that the tax has effectively reduced sales of soda by 10%. What can we learn from our neighbor about protecting our kids’ health? Is Mexico’s effort to curb excess… Read more »
Two festive events are coming to our Farmers’ Markets next week.
First up, celebrate the launch of two food-centric children’s books with Readers-to-Eaters at our Thursday North Berkeley Farmers’ Market. Author Katherine Pryor will read her book Sylvia’s Spinach, followed by author Jacqueline Briggs Martin sharing her all new book Alice Waters and the Trip… Read more »