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Beyond Fossil Fuels

May 23, 2013 by Paul Epstein

Ever heard of California’s “Low Carbon Fuel Standard”? UC Berkeley prof Dan Kammen co-wrote it. What about the terms “cap

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Transition Albany

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Transition Albany is a group of concerned citizens dedicated to mobilizing the community of Albany, CA to create a sustainable and resilient future. Those involved in the Transition movement believe that the collective genius of the community can envision, design and promote a localized way of life that uses a lot less oil, coal and gas, produces zero waste, relies on renewable, local resources and fosters creativity, community building, and fun.

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HELiOS Project: Helping Schools Go Solar

June 27, 2012 by Daniel McGlynn

What better place than at school to get going on solar? The HELiOS project is making it happen for Bay Area schools.

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Big Solar Coming to East Bay?

October 01, 2011 by Aleta George

Alameda County is facing tough decisions that have until now been mostly debated in distant desert landscapes. The county is developing new regulations covering large-scale solar. Native plant advocates and farmers and ranchers aim to make sure the policies protect sensitive habitats and high-value ag lands.

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