Week of Dec 17 – 22
UC Berkeley: Environmental Impact Report
Monday, 6:30 – 8:30 pm.
Come to a Public Hearing: “Environmental Impact Report for UC Berkeley’s proposed BP Research Building.” Would this damage Strawberry Creek with soil erosion and landfill, and involve cutting down oaks and redwoods?
Tuesday, Dec 18. 6pm – dinner. 7:30 – cocktails.
If you’re feeling spendy, the Global Green Party in SF would be a fun way to contribute to rebuilding a sustainable New Orleans, and supporting high performance schools across the country. But it’s $250 for mortals, and $1000 for VIPs!
For the more down to earth, InterfaceFLOR is having a Monte Carlo Casino Night.
Tuesday, Dec 18. 6 – 10pm.at the Julia Morgan Ballroom in the Merchant’s Exchange. 465 California Street, 15th Floor. SF, CA 94104
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org 415.225.9134
Movie: “Winged Migration”
Tuesday, Dec 18. Shows at 7:15pm & 9:25pm
If you want to be inspired, come watch”Winged Migration” at the Red Vic Movie House on Haight Street, an amazing documentary about birds with aerial footage from all over the world.
Wednesday, Dec 19. 5:30 – 7:30 pm
East Bay Green Drinks is a lively monthly gathering on 3rd Wednesday’s for anyone interested in sustainability, including green business, environmental and social causes, architecture and design, organics, renewable energy and more.
Celebrate the Winter Solstice!
Friday, Dec 21. by doing a Candlelight Labyrinth Walk, or Saturday, Dec 22 with a Mini-Workshop on the Seasons at the interim Solar Calendar in Berkeley, or volunteer to plant native seedlings.
Heads Up Next Week: It’s CHRISTMAS, and in case you haven’t done your shopping yet, consider buying someone – Nothing! Our friends at Adbusters have lots of ideas on how to extend Buy Nothing Day into the holidays….
Or consider gifting your loved ones with Offset Certificates, to reduce the impact of their travels and energy consumption on the environment. You can get gift packs from Native Energy, Carbon Fund, or Terrapass to name a few…..
Image of Recycled Christmas Wreath courtesy of Royal Kingston’s Green Christmas tips.