How housing is built and who it is built for are not only equity questions, but also climate mitigation questions. When people can afford to live near their jobs, their emissions from commuting go down.
San Francisco is increasingly seen as a “green” city but its track record doesn’t hold up under scrutiny.
More than 800 climate adaptation professionals went to the national forum in October. KneeDeep asked attendees from the Bay Area for their takeaways.
The ironies pressed in on me: Here I am on a plane, helping to destroy the planet for a vacation, while reading Naomi Klein’s latest climate crisis book ON FIRE.
San Francisco activist Sharif Zakout shares his Cop 26 experience and vision as part of the “It Takes Roots” delegation of 60 US community groups.