Taking BART to the same place every day for one month emits less CO2 than driving the same route just once, which translates into a car's carbon footprint being about 30 times larger compared to riding the rails, according to the agency. Read More
As part of its “Let’s Change This to That” public education campaign, Caltrans is sharing the top sources of stormwater pollution and ways to prevent them from contaminating California’s waterways.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District’s Executive Officer Jack Broadbent announced he will retire after more than 18 years as head of the agency. Read More
Money to restore San Francisco Bay and address impacts from climate change received a $24 million boost via the federal omnibus spending bill signed into law this week by President Biden.
Have you noticed the amazing winter sunsets? Those beautiful colors come from light bouncing off particles in the atmosphere, often caused by pollution from vehicles and fires. Read More
The Toronto Star just posted a story on the wonders of the San Francisco Bay Trail. Read More
The Bay Trail encompasses the San Francisco Bay, the west coast’s largest estuary and a vital stop for migratory birds along the Pacific Flyway. From overwintering waterfowl to rare raptors, enjoy the wonderful winter birdwatching along the trail. Read More
The Bold Italic had an interesting article on the recent tsunami and sea level rise in the Bay Area.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission has launched a new San Francisco Bay Trail section to its website at mtc.ca.gov/baytrail. Featuring refreshed content and the latest news about the Bay Trail, a planned 500-mile regional trail along the shoreline of 47 Bay Area cities, these web pages will replace the website formerly found at baytrail.org. Read More
The Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) has launched a redesigned website offering a cohesive and vast array of energy efficiency resources for residents, property and business owners, local government staff, real estate professionals, building contractors and more.