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Shallow salt beds cover a 1,436-acre former salt production site in Redwod City where agribusiness giant Cargill Inc. and Arizona-based DMB Associates want to build up to 12,000 housing units. More than 100 environmental and political leaders have singed a petition opposing the project.REDWOOD CITY – A proposal to construct the largest housing development on the shores of San Francisco Bay in m...
San Jose extended its commitment to renewable energy this week, with a ground breaking ceremony for a 3.7 MW solar project to be built at six school sites in the East Side Union High School District. The ceremony took place at Santa Teresa High School in San Jose, and was attended by district, government [...]
"San Francisco: Where the Power is Clean and Life is Good" Hey kids! Walk across the Golden Gate Bridge without a film of mercury!...
It is the third fire in as many years at ECS Refining, which specializes in recycling of plastics and metals and electronics scrap, such as circuit boards, computers, circuits and televisions.
Ernest Najar, 49, of Expresstech at 3475 Victor St., will be placed on probation for three years, monitored electronically for one year and pay fines of more than $36,500, according to the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office.
San Francisco had the audacity to label waste sludge as "organic" and give it away to home gardeners and even school gardens. The city's actions are outrageous, but they serve as a wake-up call.
The sea lions Sea Lions Caves in Oregon have disappeared as mysteriously as they appeared. And they are returning to San Francisco's Pier 39. Some people wonder if it's El Nino.
Critical Mass has been, for all intents and purposes, dead in Portland for a few years. Now, from San Francisco -- the birthplace of Critical Mass -- comes word that the end may be near thanks to complaints from residents and motorists who say their travels are disrupted, sometimes violently, by the cyclists.
Sea lions are returning to Pier 39 in San Francisco after an abrupt disappearance that left tourists disappointed and experts baffled.
Sea lions are returning to San Francisco's Pier 39 after an abrupt disappearance that left tourists disappointed and experts baffled.San Francisco - Sea lion - Pier 39 - Marine Mammal Center - United States