Over Greenbelt Alliance’s 60-year history, we have stewarded this region’s beautiful natural landscapes while promoting the growth needed for thriving communities for generations to come. As a result, today, almost 3.3 million acres of the Bay Area’s nine counties are protected open spaces. Now, the Bay Area’s people, cities, and lands need critical help as our climate dramatically changes. Join our team to help us realize a climate-resilient region.
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Just as Greenbelt Alliance works to create a better Bay Area, we also strive to better ourselves as an organization. To guide that continued improvement, our staff and Board of Directors have identified and adopted the following values. They reflect who we are as an organization, what we foster in our team members, and the internal standard we use to measure our work.
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What more can be said about the year 2020: record-breaking, unprecedented, simultaneous trials and tribulations coupled with progress and hope like we have not seen. At Greenbelt Alliance, 2020 was a year of reimagining what’s possible and charting a new course, welcoming new team members, and strengthening our commitment to the resilience of Bay Area
After a year like no other, punctuated by a global pandemic of unimaginable consequences, the hottest year on record, and California’s historic wildfire season, we are looking at how our societies, economies, and environment are positioned for a just recovery. With 2020 behind us, our attention is now directed towards the promising, albeit challenging, future.
Background It is no secret that the construction of new homes has not kept up with demand in the Bay Area for many years, exacerbated by our recent economic boom, where the region added six new jobs for every new home constructed. The negative effects of this lack of housing have been even more apparent