Alameda County hopes to build wildlife crossings across I-580, I-680, and State Route 84.
A recent fire damaging Lake Merritt’s legendary educational institution is only the latest setback.
Scientists are predicting this year could see more rain than the last.
The law would forbid food vendors from providing single-use plastic items to guests dining in, and ban packaged water at city events and facilities.
From brown pelicans to bufflehead ducks, third-graders at St. Paul’s Episcopal School are tracking them all.
The city is looking for feedback on its plan to equitably plant and manage trees across the city.
The East Bay Regional Park District is turning excess and dead vegetation into ‘biochar’ that builds healthier soil.
The environmental restoration group invites the public to celebrate its resilience in the wake of vandalism that damaged thousands of plants earlier this year.
Oakland Unified is opposing a policy change before the California Public Utilities Commission, saying it could disincentivize green energy projects.
Local conservation biologist Tiffany Yap’s book, ‘Tales of the Urban Wild: A Puma’s Journey,’ explores the interface between humans and the wild.
Help clean up your favorite park. Learn more about cool critters. Hike a new trail.
Eagle Rock Aggregates will make changes to its operations to address air pollution and other concerns.
For years, locals have delighted in spotting ‘albino’ raccoons around the lake. This year, one mother is raising three leucistic kits.
In backyards and along sidewalk strips locals are tending plants that boost ecosystems, save water, and green communities.
The federal grant will allow the city and local nonprofits to green neighborhoods, clean air, combat heat, and build community.