Greenbelt Alliance Media Contacts
Ph: 1-415-543-6771 x307 | Email Amy Henson
Ph: 1-415-543-6771 x300 | Email Amanda Brown-Stevens
Media Coverage Highlights
Can the ‘Missing Middle’ Democratize Sonoma’s Housing?
Sonoma Index-Tribune | February 6, 2020
In the last half century of housing, U.S. homes have largely fallen into one of two categories: single-family units meant to shelter individuals and families independently, or apartment complexes meant to shelter them in groups.
Editorial: Yes on Contra Costa County Measure J, a Transportation Tax Increase
San Francisco Chronicle | January 29, 2020
Four years ago, Contra Costa County voters rejected a half-cent sales tax for transportation by a narrow margin. It was supported by more than 63% of voters, but a two-thirds threshold was required for passage. One of the critical factors in its defeat was the opposition of environmental groups.
As the Sea Rises and Climate Changes, a Bay Area City Plans 469 Single Family Homes On a Bayshore Flood Zone
Bay Nature | November 14, 2019
Planners, climate scientists, and environmentalists generally agree that two of the most critical measures California should take to reduce its carbon emissions are to build more dense urban housing near transit and to restore carbon-sequestering wetlands.
Don’t Be Alarmed by Armies of Tarantulas. They’re Just Looking for Love.
The Wall Street Journal | October 8, 2019
Pity the male tarantula in October. He’s weak from starvation and desperate for love. The object of his desire lives underground, forcing him to wander around until he stumbles over a female, who may kill him after mating. First, he may stumble into horrified humans.