Lights Out SF Promotes Energy Conservation

What better a time to brush up on our energy conservation skills than when we are heading fast into winter. In the spirit of conservation, Light's Out SF is inviting everyone in San Francisco to turn out all their lights...


Worldchanging Party Friday Night!

Come to the West Coast Green party in honor of Worldchanging this Friday night! The Details: Friday, September 21 7-11pm Hotel Whitcomb-1231 Market St, San Francisco One block from West Coast Green Hope to see you there!

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Gabe Dominguez's Quest for Sustainable Rock & Roll

I walked up to the corner house on Florida St. and Ceser Chavez in San Francisco’s Mission District, opened the wooden gate as instructed, and yelled “Hello, Gabe Dominguez” as loudly as I could toward the blue tent on the...

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San Francisco Makes Grist List of 15 Green Cities

Last week, Grist released a list of 15 green cities, and San Francisco came in at number eight, just behind London. Up against cities like Reykjavik, Iceland (number one on the list), Portland, Oregon (number two), Malmo, Sweden (number four...

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Film: Manufactured Landscapes Debuts in Bay Area

This upcoming weekend marks the Bay Area debut of the award winning film Manufactured Landscapes, documenting the work of artist, and Worldchanging supporter, Edward Burtynsky (full disclosure: Burtynsky serves on the Worldchanging board). Burtynsky is known throughout the world for...

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Green Coworking: Interview with Chris Messina and Ivan Storck of Citizen Space

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, almost half (49 percent) of the nation’s businesses are operated from home. Working from home provides amazing freedom, but with that freedom can come isolation. Community and opportunities for collaboration can be lost when...

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Ten Minute Activist: SF Locals Present New Book at Modern Times

The Ten Minute Activist is a project by The Mission Collective, a group of San Francisco-based writers and activists who wanted to show others that it's not difficult to make small changes that can make a cumulative difference in one's...


Youth Insight and a Digital Earth

Youth Insight? Emerging from inspiration, imagination, and reality, solutions are youthful in their nature. Born from the assistance of mentorship and our world’s environments, solutions are part of humanity’s quest in problem solving and its collective passion and desire for...


Brower Center Breaks Ground in Berkeley

After seven long years, the David Brower/Oxford Plaza complex finally broke ground in downtown Berkeley, California. This Center will be a place from which our sustainable future is planned and implemented. A good sign that the project is already on...

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Greenopia: The Urban Dweller's Guide to Green Living

Would you live a greener life if you knew which coffee shops served fair trade coffee, or where to find environmentally sustainable office supplies, or what farmers' markets and CSAs were in the Bay Area? You've probably spent some time...