The Great California Shakeout is Thursday and gives people a chance to get prepared for the Bay Area's next big earthquake. There’s a 72 percent probability a magnitude 6.7 or larger earthquake will
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The Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) is hosting a series of free informational sessions and virtual fairs for all Bay Area residents to learn about how energy bills are changing and what
The San Francisco Estuary Partnership’s State of the Estuary Conference will take place as a free, one-day, online Summit this Friday.
The San Francisco Bay Trail will come into focus next month as Save The Bay invites the public to be part of the sixth annual Bay Day.
As state water supplies face challenges, the Sebastopol City Council voted this week to adopt the BayREN Water Upgrades $ave program, making it the first Bay Area city to enroll. With this program in
The Protect and Restore America’s Estuaries Act, a bill reauthorizing and expanding the National Estuary Program (NEP) was signed into law this week. The bill, which passed Congress with bipartisan
The Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) is looking at milestones achieved during 2020. During 2020, BayREN shifted to virtual trainings and workshops, and was able to provide more educational
Welcome to the Plan Bay Area 2050 newsletter! Here’s what is coming up this month... Happy New Year! Long-Range Planning Continues We would like to wish everyone across the Bay Area a Happy New Year
The San Francisco Estuary Partnership is taking stock of milestones achieved during 2020. Despite the challenges imposed by the pandemic, partnerships throughout the region brought results that serve
The Bay Area will get a preview of California’s future this weekend as “king tides” roll in. The gravitational tug of the moon and sun, not climate change, is responsible for the extreme tides. But