Written Word, Rap & Film: Storytelling Takes Stage at SF Urban Film Fest

by Rosabella Alvarez-Calderón

When asked to describe your city to a curious stranger, what stories would you tell? Nearly sixty years ago, Jane Jacobs wrote an extraordinary book called “The Death and Life of Great American...

Climate Action on the City Level: How Do Boston and L.A. Compare?

by Alyssa Curran

The new White House has left only three mentions of “climate” on its website, including two that have nothing to do with climate change and one that calls President Obama’s Climate Action Plan an ...

Reversing Climate Change: A Review of The Biochar Solution by Albert Bates

by Auditiyo Das Gupta

The Biochar Solution, by Albert Bates, is a book about a potential solution to climate change that can be achieved through the use of biochar. Biochar is a type of charcoal used for soil amendment...

Planning Portland, Oregon's World Naked Bike Ride

by Kevin Gooley

The combustion of fossil fuels by automobiles is a major contributor to accelerated climate change. This is not a new revelation, it’s a widely accepted fact by climate scientists, politicians (un...

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