Kids of all ages took to the streets in Berkeley and San Francisco to demand action on climate change.
A proposal before the School Board this week could bring more climate-change lessons and compost bins into schools.
Investigative reporter and UC Berkeley journalism school lecturer Mark Schapiro explains why efforts to reclaim the global seed supply is more important than ever.
The backyard shed is made out of a cheap, earthen material similar to adobe and not recognized in the building code.
The new Heyday book, by Berkeley native Oliver James, is part field guide, part coffee-table topper and part political call to action.
Traffic may be rough come school season, but the construction project closing Allston Way outside Berkeley High School is significant: the city’s first major permeable pavement installation.
In response to the severe drought conditions that plague most of the state, Cal and the city of Berkeley have ramped up efforts to curb water use.
Berkeley Asphalt plans to invest in a new manufacturing process designed to reduce emissions and odors in its West Berkeley neighborhood starting in January, officials announced recently.
A small group of West Berkeley homeowners gathered at City Hall on Monday this week to submit a Public Record Act request, claiming the Berkeley Asphalt & Ready Mix plant on Virginia Street has been violating its use permit by emitting excessive odors and noise.
By Julia Hannafin
Berkeley is making progress but still has a long way to go to meet its goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the coming decades, according to a report set to be presented Tuesday night at 5:30 to the City Council. (A live stream of the meeting will be available here.)