Environmental refugees are now more prevalent than political refugees. This week, news outlets reported a landmark ruling by New Zealand, which granted residency to a family from Tuvalu, for reasons connected to climate change. Sea level rise, along with floods, droughts, desertification, famine, and other climate change impacts are forcing people across the globe to… Read more »
Join the film makers of Lunch Love Community and a special panel of guests for documentary short stories and lively interactive discussion about Berkeley leading the nation with food reform and food justice in our schools and neighborhoods. We’re proud that two current and former Farm Fresh Choice staff will be participating on the panel. … Read more »
Come see an exciting new documentary on urban farming, and connect with community members around this “growing” movement, Thursday, 5/1/14 at BFUU’s Fellowship Hall, 1924 Cedar Street, Berkeley. Meet, greet, and share locally grown snacks at 6:30. The film “Growing Cities” will screen at 7:00 followed by a series of brief presentations on ways to… Read more »
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 »
Join the Berkeley Climate Action Coalition for an evening of fun, entertainment, and conversation. We’ll watch the critically acclaimed film, Gasland
, and enjoy dinner together. This is a chance to connect with Coalition members and learn something about the destructive technology capturing the interest of the energy industry: fracking.
This free event is open… Read more »