San Francisco Green Festival

"The San Francisco Green Festival is a joint project of Global Exchange and Green America.  As a fledgling in 2002, San Francisco started with only 50 speakers and a handful of special events. In 2008, the San Francisco Green Festival boasted 3 days filled with the best in green, and continues to expand in size and scope! With more than 150 renowned speakers and 400 green businesses, this event was an amazing success!

Find out how Bay Area neighbors, community nonprofits and city departments are working together to make their cities healthier places to live."

SFBC will have free valet bicycle parking at the event, ride your bike and get discounted admission!

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San Francisco Green Festival

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"The San Francisco Green Festival is a joint project of Global Exchange and Green America.  As a fledgling in 2002, San Francisco started with only 50 speakers and a handful of special events. In 2008, the San Francisco Green Festival boasted 3 days filled with the best in green, and continues to expand in size […]

San Francisco Green Festival

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"The San Francisco Green Festival is a joint project of Global Exchange and Green America.  As a fledgling in 2002, San Francisco started with only 50 speakers and a handful of special events. In 2008, the San Francisco Green Festival boasted 3 days filled with the best in green, and continues to expand in size […]

Dreaming of Pedestrian Heaven on San Francisco’s Oldest Street

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Enjoying a car-free Grant Avenue at Noodle Fest. Photo: Michael Rhodes Could San Francisco’s first and oldest thoroughfare become the city’s first true pedestrianized street? Since the day in 1835 when William Richardson drew the first map of Yerba Buena that included just one street, called "Calle de la fundacion" — Foundation Street, which ran […]
Josie Ahrens, Neighborhood Organizer for Walk SF, stops to admire some tactical urbanism on Page Street. All photos Roger Rudick/Streetsblog SF

A Hopeful but Somber Walk to Work Day

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Walk to Work day started badly this morning–very badly. A volunteer–the name withheld for privacy–was hit by a car somewhere on the way to the event, which started at Market and Duboce. “This is insane,” said Cathy Deluca, incoming acting director of Walk San Francisco. “People should be able to walk the streets of San […]