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Environment & Sustainability

EBMUD issued its second alert this week that potentially impacts Emeryville residents. The first being the water main breaks in Northern Emeryville on Thursday. On Saturday, they alerted the public to avoid the Oakland Estuary...

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A panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a federal trial judge’s ruling by a 2-1 vote today. They court ruled in favor of developers of a planned Oakland terminal project over...

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Excavation to remove toxic contamination at the former Sherwin-Williams site is scheduled to begin today. The former paint factory at 1450 Sherwin Street and an adjacent parcel cover a combined 10 acres. The city has...

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At the Tuesday, July 23rd Emeryville City Council Meeting, Council unanimously approved a “Green Monday” resolution in partnership with social venture group Green Monday US, According to a press release, this makes Emeryville the second city...

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Ground Up, a UC Berkeley student journal of the Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, recently published an online article advocating for a radical approach to protecting our mudflats from rising sea levels. The...

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Our Emeryville Marina was the recipient of a new V5 Seabin earlier this month. The device rolled out as part of a pilot program and paid for by Safe Harbor Marinas who professionally manage our Marina and many...

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The smoke-filled air from the Santa Rosa wildfires are a reminder of how vulnerable we are to disasters — and how important it is for agencies and residents to be prepared. While recent natural disasters like...

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