Find Nature in the City with Downtown Berkeley Earth Days Events

Find Nature in the City with Downtown Berkeley Earth Days Events

If you participated in the first Sunday Streets Berkeley event last October, you saw first hand how one event can make downtown a very different place. Closing the street to traffic is just one way to transform our city. A fresh perspective can do just as much – and these upcoming Earth Day events will… Read more »

How to Take Action for Our Environment this Earth Day

How to Take Action for Our Environment this Earth Day

Get back to the roots of Earth Day by taking action! Accessible open space and healthy waterways are the result of hard earned victories by past environmental leaders. Tending them together is a great way to honor their work and commitment. A class or clean up can shed new light on sustainable living strategies, and… Read more »

Berkeley Earth Days: Cultivating an Environmentally Just Future

Berkeley Earth Days: Cultivating an Environmentally Just Future

What kinds of ecological connections inspire you? Some people seek refuge from cities in remote, rural places, while others flourish when they connect to nature alongside other people. Earth Day is a celebration that affirms our ties to plant and animal communities, but also to one another. By keeping social and environmental justice a central… Read more »

Berkeley Earth Days 2013: Educate • Inspire • Act, 4/13 – 4/22/13

Berkeley Earth Days 2013: Educate • Inspire • Act, 4/13 - 4/22/13

Berkeley Earth Days will be a city-wide celebration happening April 13 – 22 with a focus on community, fun, learning, and action. A rich bounty of Earth Day events are being planned by a wide array of organizations throughout the city, all tied to the theme “Educate • Inspire • Act.” Read on for more… Read more »

Ten Reasons Why We Shouldn’t Frack California

Ten Reasons Why We Shouldn't Frack California

A recent piece on Grist gives an excellent overview of the background of oil extraction in our state and new fracking technology, but with the appropriate grains of salt. Check out their big reasons why the math doesn’t add up here. If you feel compelled to dig a little deeper, we’re hosting a panel, “The… Read more »