Berkeley on the Path to Zero Waste Dining!

Berkeley on the Path to Zero Waste Dining!

Last month, Berkeley City Council unanimously passed the Disposable-Free Dining Ordinance, a groundbreaking and expansive plan for phasing out single-use plastic foodware from Berkeley restaurants… Read more »
2018 Farm Bill Supports Sustainable Farming and Local Food Access

2018 Farm Bill Supports Sustainable Farming and Local Food Access

After a long deliberation between the Conference Committee leadership, the Farm Bill passed in both chambers of Congress this week and awaits the President’s signature.… Read more »
Riled Up About Climate Change? Take Action Locally

Riled Up About Climate Change? Take Action Locally

On September 8th, over 250,000 people on all 7 continents stepped up to demand tangible, real action on climate change from their elected officials. Hundreds… Read more »
Breathing Safely in Smoky Times

Breathing Safely in Smoky Times

Climate change is here, in the form of wildfires ravaging around the state and hazardous air quality where the smoke drifts. To locate where fires… Read more »

Berkeley on the Path to Zero Waste Dining!

Berkeley on the Path to Zero Waste Dining!
Last month, Berkeley City Council unanimously passed the Disposable-Free Dining Ordinance, a groundbreaking and expansive plan for phasing out single-use plastic foodware from Berkeley restaurants and businesses. The ordinance, the first of its kind in the U.S. to comprehensively address single-use plastics, has been met with an outpouring of support from the community including students,… Read more »

2018 Farm Bill Supports Sustainable Farming and Local Food Access

2018 Farm Bill Supports Sustainable Farming and Local Food Access
After a long deliberation between the Conference Committee leadership, the Farm Bill passed in both chambers of Congress this week and awaits the President’s signature. In a historic vote, the House broke the record for the most number of “yes” votes on a Farm Bill, ever. It seems as though the sweeping wins for Democrats… Read more »