Greenbelt Alliance Media Contacts
Jessie Brennan, Marketing & Communications Director
Ph: 1-415-543-6771 x307 | Email Jessie
Amanda Brown-Stevens, Executive Director
Ph: 1-415-543-6771 x300 | Email Amanda
Media Coverage Highlights
Op-Ed: Support This Excellent Project in Livermore
The Independent| May 11, 2021
“Climate impacts are increasing every year. If we want to lessen the devastating impacts from wildfire and smoke, we need to reduce our carbon footprint by building climate-friendly buildings like the Downtown Livermore Apartments in existing transit-oriented communities,” wrote Director of Climate Resilience, Zoe Sigel, in support of Downtown Livermore Apartments development project.
‘Tremendously overparked’ San Jose looks to shed decades-old parking requirement
The Mercury News| April 26, 2021
This article highlights the “overparking” problem in San José, whose parking standards and transportation demand management strategies for new development projects are going to be updated by the City this Fall. Greenbelt Alliance is one of the Bay Area organizations supporting this effort through the community engagement process.
South Bay residents worry Opportunity Housing will worsen parking and traffic
San José Spotlight| April 14, 2021
Justin Wang, advocacy manager for Greenbelt Alliance, spoke in favor of Opportunity Housing during a public community meeting in South San Jose.
City and Regional Goals Clash as Newark Pushes Ahead With Low-Density Housing in A Bay
Bay Nature | March 9, 2021
This Bay Nature article offers a comprehensive take on the impacts and implications of low-density housing developments in largely undeveloped areas in vulnerable ecosystems like the Newark Wetlands, not only for the City but the entire region. It also retells the activism behind the campaign to #SaveNewarkWetlands, with the insight from our Director of Climate Resilience, Zoe Siegel.