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Manhattan Beach GHG Inventory
  • Report
  • Tool

As with the US Mayors Climate Protection Agreement, the City pledged to establish a greenhouse gas reduction goal and develop an action plan to achieve that goal. One of the first steps being taken to accomplish this goal is to calculate greenhouse gas emissions generated from government operations and our community.The year 2005 was chosen as the baseline year to maintain consistency with other local jurisdictions which have already completed an emissions inventory as well as to allow for...

Agricultural Sustainability Institute at UC Davis
  • Guide
  • Tool
  • Training

ASI provides a hub that links initiatives and education in sustainable agriculture and food systems across all divisions of the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at UC Davis, across the University of California, and with other partners across the State of California. Our mission is to ensure access to healthy food and to promote the vitality of agriculture today and for future generations. We do this through integrative research, education, communication and early action on...

California Sustainable Seafood Initiative
  • Tool

Assembly Bill 1217 requires the Ocean Protection Council to develop and implement a voluntary seafood promotion program for California fisheries. The intent of AB 1217 is to encourage California fisheries to seek certification in accordance with internationally accepted standards for sustainability and to promote the purchase and consumption of certified sustainable California seafood.

California Pace Program
  • Finance
  • Tool

Assembly Bill 811 enables California property owners in special assessment districts to enter into voluntary contractual assessments against their properties to finance a range of authorized energy and water efficiency products and energy projects, including solar power. The Board of Supervisors has approved the formation of a special assessment district for PACE financing

California PACE™ utilizes bond financing to provide property owners fixed-rate, property value based, no credit...

Ventura County Built It Smart Program
  • Finance
  • Tool
  • Training

Assisted by a grant from the Southern California Association of Governments, the Ventura County Planning Department has joined hands with local groups, businesses and individuals to develop the Build it Smart web site. This site is a tool to help residents throughout the county make sense of the multitude of new-and not-so-new-strategies, techniques, building materials, and other products that make building projects and land use decisions smarter and more ecologically responsible.

Advanced Home Energy
  • Finance
  • Tool

At Advanced Home Energy (AHE), our mission is to assist homeowners by offering a wide range of home energy efficiency solutions. Many homeowners are taking advantage of rebates and other incentives to invest in green home efficiency upgrades. Our goal is to partner with homeowners who are interested in going green. We strive to achieve real comfort and energy savings in every home we work on. We believe efficiency is green.

Forest Business Network
  • Finance
  • Training

At Forest Business Network, our focus is to help forest product businesses grow and prosper. Period.

Our company is built on decades of experience in the industry and our passion for helping others create successful forest product businesses is second to none. With rock-solid foundations in technical forest business consulting services, and event and online marketing, FBN tackles the business challenges of this new economy and an ever-evolving industry with the same grit and...

Burlingame Leaf Blower Ordinance

At its regular meeting on Monday, August 15, 2011, the Burlingame City Council introduced an ordinance that restricts the use of leaf blowers within the boundaries of the City of Burlingame. The use of gasoline engine powered leaf blowers results in the release of significant amounts of carbon emissions into the City of Burlingame’s air each year; the prolific use of this type of equipment has the potential to create significant clean-air and health impacts for the community. In addition to...

Old Growth Riverwood
  • Tool

At Old Growth Riverwood, we reclaim lost pieces of history and transform them into unique and beautiful wood products for your home or business. We process logs that we recover from the Cape Fear River as well as reclaimed beams from historic structures from the surrounding area. Bringing history into your home, we transform this one-of-a-kind raw wood material into gorgeous flooring, counter tops, molding, trim, mantles, furniture and much more. Old Growth Riverwood is committed to being...

Pacific Gas & Electric
  • Finance
  • Guide
  • Tool

At PG&E, we are committed to being an environmental leader and demonstrating this through our actions. We pledge to think creatively, work cooperatively and be results-oriented in our environmental stewardship efforts.

Learn how we are helping customers save money, save energy and reduce greenhouse gases through energy efficiency.

San Francisco Energy Cooperative

At the SF Energy Cooperative, our business is not just about making more clean electricity, or even about making profits from the green energy industry available to everyone, it’s about creating a grassroots solution to a problem that our society has largely given up on solving. On a larger level, our dream is to see this model for an equitable, profitable renewable energy cooperative exported to communities all over the world. It is intended to be a template for the citizens of any city to...

National Audubon Society
  • Tool
  • Training

Audubon’s Mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity. For more than a century, Audubon has built a legacy of conservation success by mobilizing the strength of its network of members, Chapters, Audubon Centers, state offices and dedicated professional staff to connect people with nature and the power to protect it.

A powerful combination of science,...

Bay Area Economics (Bae)
  • Tool
  • Training

bae is an award-winning urban economics and public-benefit real estate development consulting practice. Since 1986, we have served more than 1,800 clients including public agencies, non-profit organizations, and private developers throughout the U.S. We are a certified green business, a women-owned business, and employee-owned (ESOP).

Energy Efforts: City of Balwin Park
  • Case Study

Baldwin Park is a city located in the central San Gabriel Valley region of Los Angeles County, California, United States. Today the City has changed from a small farming community in the late 1800’s to a thriving community with over 80,000 residents. The City is currently a part of Southern California Edison’s San Gabriel Energy Partnership which provides leadership to the community by providing energy efficiency retrofits, education and outreach to the community, and incentives for...

BART Silicon Valley (SVBX) Project
  • Case Study

BART Silicon Valley Berryessa Extension Project (SVBX) is a 10.2-mile extension of a heavy rail transit system in the San Francisco Bay Area - - Phase 1 of a larger infrastructure project. SVBX is intended to provide increased transit access to and from Santa Clara County employment and activity centers for residents of Santa Clara County and of the greater San Francisco Bay Area.

EPA Effective Utility Management
  • Tool

Based on an agreement signed in 2007, EPA is working collaboratively with six national organizations that support drinking water and wastewater utilities to promote effective utility management based on series of Ten Attributes of Effectively Managed Water Sector Utilities. These Attributes were recommended by a group of leading water sector utility managers from across the nation. The goal of the Effective Utility Management (EUM) initiative is to help utilities address a full range of...

Foster City BAWSCA Landscaping Classes
  • Training

BAWSCA offers landscape education classes in the Spring and Fall seasons. Classes are held around the service area of the BAWSCA member agencies and are designed to introduce water customers to the concepts of sustainable landscape design, focusing on the use of California natives and drought tolerant plants, as well as water-efficient irrigation techniques.

BayPoint Clean Technology Group
  • Guide
  • Tool
  • Training

BayPoint™ Clean Technology Group specializes in structuring, implementing, and administering turnkey benefit programs for high potential companies in the early stages of an aggressive growth cycle. As these companies grow, the diversification of employee needs becomes overwhelming, a substantial management challenge. It is important to begin with a creative roadmap which will identify these needs so that problems or challenges do not arise without an already established solution....

Department of Water Resources - Bay Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP)
  • Report

BDCP is a long‐term conservation strategy that sets forth actions needed for a healthy Sacramento‐San Joaquin Delta ecosystem. The BDCP is being prepared by a Steering Committee of local water agencies, environmental and conservation organizations, state and federal agencies, and other interested groups. When complete, the BDCP will provide the basis for the issuance of endangered species permits for the operation of the state and federal water projects. The plan would be implemented over...

San Francisco Mission Bay Makeover
  • Case Study

Because of its Bay-front location close to the City’s financial district, Mission Bay was identified as a prime location for mixed-use redevelopment. The 303-acre Mission Bay area was previously a blighted industrial area, marked by vacant parcels and dilapidated and underused warehouse buildings. San Francisco’s Mission Creek Senior Community received final approvals from the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency’s commission in November 2003. It is part of an ongoing effort to create a vital...

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