Reusable To-Go Cup Loan Service Coming to Berkeley This YearSelect businesses on the Cal campus and in the Telegraph Avenue area will launch a reusable cup loan service later this year to reduce foodware waste.
Amazon's Carbon Footprint: Analysts Say It's Huge, Company Stays MumUnlike most of its technology peers, Amazon keeps its carbon footprint figures hidden. The company promised to disclose its carbon-emission figures this year although it declined last week to elaborate on its timeline to CBS News.
Contra Costa County Votes To Ban Styrofoam ProductsThe Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors voted on a styrofoam ban on Tuesday.
Trump Administration Argues High-Mileage Cars Lead To 'Increased Risk'The Trump administration says people would drive more and be exposed to increased risk if their cars get better gas mileage, an argument intended to justify freezing Obama-era toughening of fuel standards.
Plastic Straw Ban Presents Challenge To San Francisco Bubble Tea ShopsA plastic straw ban in San Francisco is likely going to mean trouble for bubble tea shops.
WeWork Tells Employees No More Meat At Company Offices, EventsWeWork is banning meat; employees can't use company expenses to pay for meat, and there will be no meat at company events.
Sustainable Living, Environment Take Center Stage At Green Festival In S.F.During the three-day event, more than 250 exhibitors will be on hand, showcasing the latest in products and services that promote sustainable and healthy living.
Office Building In South Of Market Neighborhood Of San Francisco Touts Green Space, SustainabilityThe space at 270 Brannan Street has already been leased by tech company Splunk, and features more than four times the amount of bike parking than car parking.
Sonoma County Sets Goals Of 100 Percent Sustainability For WineriesThey hope is that all wineries and vineyards will gain certification in the next five years.
49ers Santa Clara Stadium To Have 'Green' ThemeCEO Jed York said he sees it as a functionally green stadium.