Bike the Shoreline

"Join Global Day of Climate Action as one of 350 bicyclists. Ride a 3.5 mile route that will trace SF’s predicted future post climate-changed tide line. Join a Mass Convergence and Human Billboard after the ride and encourage the US to develop a domestic policy that promises meaningful emissions reductions over the next decade."

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Climate Ride Team EBBC Meet & Greet

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From EBBC: Come join Renee Rivera, EBBC’s Executive Director and Blake Holiday from Climate Ride to learn more about the California Climate Ride and Team EBBC. We’re recruiting team members for the first-ever Team EBBC on this year’s Climate Ride California. This October 2-6, you can be part of the fun and support EBBC at […]

Climate Ride Happy Hour

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From Greenbelt Alliance: Please RSVP here by March 6 Good times at Climate Ride 2012 Greenbelt Alliance Climate Riders past, present, and future are invited to come celebrate our team being the biggest, baddest team on last year’s ride and gear up for Climate Ride 2013 with (responsible amounts of) booze! Join us for happy […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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This week, get up to date on the city’s neighborhood plans, hear about the latest transit information for your cell phone, and find a Valentine who shares your love of bikes and chocolate. Here are the week’s highlights: Monday: SFBC Phone Banking. Volunteer to phone bank with the SFBC: no cold calling, just simple reminders […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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This week, celebrate brand new smooth pavement and join the fight for a more open government. Plus, more highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: Celebrate Smooth Pavement on JFK Drive. The SFBC’s Good Roads Campaign worked with the city to prioritize this and other pavement improvements on the city’s busiest bike routes. Join the crew […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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This week holds sobering discussion of climate change and sea level rise, a green festival, and more weekend bike rides than you can shake a stick at. Here are the highlights. Tuesday: SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Planning for the San Francisco Bay. Will Travis, executive director of the Bay Conservation and Development Commission, will discuss opportunities […]