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 […]

San Ramon Eco-Festival

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"The first annual San Ramon Eco-Festival is a free two-day event aiming to provide good green fun for everyone. Attendees will learn how to live a simple and cost-effective green lifestyle and become more environmentally-conscious in a fun and inspiring atmosphere. The Eco-Festival will provide no shortage of entertainment as the main stage and several […]

SPUR Talk: Market Street Prototyping Festival Debrief

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This afternoon, the San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR) hosted a panel discussion at its Mission Street location that was a debrief for the Market Street Prototyping Festival. From the festival statement: The Market Street Prototyping Festival builds upon the Better Market Street project, a five-year, multi-agency effort led by San Francisco Public […]

This Week: Walk and Roll to School This Wednesday

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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 […]