Rescheduled from February 16. Agenda.
"Few cities are so identified with their environment as San Francisco—the hills, the bay, the fog and even the fault line shifting below. Yet most residents think of the city as separate from the natural environment on which it depends. Join environmental historian Philip J. Dreyfus to discuss his new book Our Better Nature: Environment […]
"In the midst of the national health care debate, Healthy San Francisco, San Francisco’s innovative near-universal health care program stands out. Two years in, we’ll find out what’s working, what isn’t and what’s in store for the future. What bearing, if any, would a national health care system have on our own? Join us for […]
"In the last few years, the San Francisco Planning Department has worked with communities to develop plans that rethink neighborhood parks, streets and plazas and how they are built and managed. These include the Better Neighborhoods Plans, the Mission Streetscape Plan, the Fisherman’s Wharf Public Realm Plan, Jefferson Street Redesign and the Showplace Square Open […]
"While climate change affects us all, it will have a more severe effect on people of color and the poor. Join us for a presentation by UC Berkeley’s Rachel Morello-Frosch, co-author of The Climate Gap (2009), followed by a panel discussion of what Bay Area businesses and organizations are doing to reduce the disproportionate impacts […]