After months of research, students proposed new ideas to help BUSD meet sustainability goals, from a rainwater collection system to a green job fair.
Two North Berkeley ZIP codes are among the top 20 in California for electric car ownership.
A map using data from UC Berkeley researchers looks at which parts of Berkeley tend to generate more of the greenhouse gases behind climate change.
A shortage of skilled labor in Berkeley, the East Bay and across the country could derail efforts to “electrify everything.”
Berkeley could fund discounts on e-bikes next year to incentivize purchases and reduce the city’s emissions.
Organized by 17-year-old Ella Suring, the conference brought together diverse students to envision a new plan for climate action.
A heat advisory remains in effect until 8 p.m. Thursday.
Neelam Patil is one of 10 teachers chosen by Time for her work using “pocket forests” to help students see they can make a difference in climate change.
As Berkeley Tuolumne Camp reopens, the city’s cherished rustic retreats are facing growing threats from wildfires and landslides.
Ximena Natera, a veteran visual journalist, will be our first-ever staff photographer. Iris Kwok, a recent Cal grad with bylines around the Bay, will report a new climate beat.
Jacqueline Omania’s fifth-grade students have been spreading the zero-waste gospel to everyone in their lives, from kindergarteners to parents to politicians.
A teenager, a retired teacher, a Berkeley parent, and a School Board member banded together to make BUSD one of the first school districts in the country to commit to climate education.