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Mother Nature Network
September 16, 2015

(original article) 'We are drawn by desire — a chance at good living, yet we are consciously or unconsciously aware that the world is suffering for our success...

Contra Costa Times
September 9, 2015

(original article) Californians suffering drought fatigue will find their environmental energy replenished viewing the searing imagery of Canadian...

The Atlantic
September 10, 2015

(original articleEdward Burtynsky is a Canadian photographer obsessed with the way humanity molds the environment, mostly for the worse....

Indian Country Today Media Network
July 22, 2015

(original article) “Welcome to Ohlone territory! We are still here, and we are still on our lands where we have always been,” said Ann Marie Sayers, Mutsun Ohlone,...

The Chronicle of Philanthropy
June 1, 2015
(original article) After a series of executive directors left the David Brower Center in quick succession, staff and board members at the organization couldn’t bear to conduct yet another hiring search. So they...
June 6, 2015
(original article) We spent a great Saturday wandering about downtown Berkeley at the Bay Area Book Festival, which was crowded with book-lovers of all shapes and  ages … but it must be said,...
San Francisco Chronicle
May 30, 2015

(original article) “How much control are you willing to give away, for how much protection?” asked artist Michael Hall at Thursday night’s art opening for “Security Question” at the...

KQED Science
April 22, 2015

(original article) Gaylord Nelson, the Wisconsin senator who created Earth Day, never envisioned it as an annual event.

In 1970 he proposed a national teach-in, a day for universities across the...

Contra Costa Times
April 13, 2015

(original article) BERKELEY -- Spinning like a hub within a hub, the David Brower Center is gearing up for its first-ever Earth Day Festival.

The all-afternoon...