Development is imminent for the new 22-acre Jean Sweeney Open Space Park.
Alameda’s very existence depends on embracing climate-friendly modes of transportation.
After local and state governments banned indoor smoking two decades ago, the Bay Area’s waterways became choked with cigarette butts.
The move by FEMA comes on the eve of the 25th anniversary of the worst firestorm in East Bay history.
The dynamic Oaklander and nature lover shares her love of the outdoors through her vibrant nonprofit Outdoor Afro.
UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland and the East Bay Regional Park District team up to treat kids and families with a dose of the outdoors.
To survive, both depend on river water from Northern California, but one is thriving, while the other is threatened. Is that fair?
Richmond Mayor Tom Butt and a developer want a large-scale development at the former Navy site, while opponents push for open space and low density.
A battle is brewing over whether cutting down trees will increase California's water supply.
For two decades, the U.S. government has failed to deliver enough water to California wildlife refuges, and migratory birds have suffered mightily as a result.