What are the benefits of living in a house with a footprint no larger than a parking space? What would it take to make the tiny home movement – well, big? Join us for a film and discussion on Thursday, March 3rd at Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists’ Hall. A screening of “Tiny: A Story… Read more »
The final event in our “Soil in the City” series looks at how urban gardening intersects with social justice. Why are urban soils so toxic in communities that have the least access to healthy foods? Is a community garden in your neighborhood always good for the community and does it meet the needs of the… Read more »
Each year, thousands of school aged children in the US are taught “both sides of the climate change controversy,” with school boards in over a dozen states having passed policies categorizing climate change along with evolution and human cloning as “controversial science.” Join us for a panel discussion with leaders in the field of climate… Read more »
Inspiring and building a sustainable, healthy, and just future for the East Bay, California, and beyond.