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Photo credit: Jaymi HeimbuchThe fifth annual PARK(ing) Day was last Friday, and promised to be the biggest and best one yet, but we wanted to get out and see for ourselves. TreeHugger previously looked at how previous years stacked up, so to speak, but how would this year's compare?Intrepid TreeHuggers in San Francisco, where it all started, and New York City, set out to have a look and see how...
Thanks to All Those Who Took Part in PARK(ing) Day 2009!If you don't know what PARK(ing) Day the videos (above and below) by our friends at StreetFilms are a good intro. It shows just how much fun the event can be, and h...Read the full story on TreeHugger
Santa Clara police are investigating the death of a 4-month-old fetus at a home last week.Police are tight-lipped about the case, saying they can't reveal much because of privacy laws, and the Santa Clara County Coroner's Office said the cause of death is pending.
Investigators find two fuel cans on ground near blaze's suspected origin
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For a quarter century, hundreds of students, young and old, have huddled in the Sunnyvale garage of Jayashree Varadarajan, waiting for their music lessons to begin.Â Â Â Video: Carnatic singing
Keep your eyes open today for impromptu public parks popping up in parking spots around the world as hundreds of peeps take part in PARK(ing) Day! Wow, that was a tongue-twister if we ever heard one. This annual event, started by San Francisco art collective REBAR, is meant to encourage creativity, civic engagement, and interaction [...]
The Climate Passport program takes off today at San Francisco International Airport with special kiosks that allow travelers to calculate the greenhouse gas emissions associated with their flights and buy carbon offsets to address the impacts.
Starting today, eco-conscious travelers through San Franciscoâ€™s International Airport (airport code: SFO) will be able to purchase carbon offsets for their flight right on the way to their gate! The Climate Passport program is making it super simple for even the most busy passengers to reduce the impact of their flights by conveniently placing carbon [...]
photo: Pawel Loj via flickr.Whether carbon offsets are more buying indulgences for your eco-sins or a viable way of addressing environmental impact of flying is a perennial hot-button topic, and this next bit of news is likely to just to stir the discussion: Over at