BK In The News: January 25, 2021
Anchor Brewing is hitting a milestone year in 2021 with its 125th anniversary in February... The brand is also continuing its partnership with Baykeeper and has formed a new partnership with the California State Parks Foundation as well.
Blog Post: January 23, 2021
Happy New Year—and happy new beginnings!
I know. We’re already four weeks into the new year. And you may be wondering if this note is a little overdue. So, I’ll be honest: I've been delaying sending you my best wishes.
The first time I sat down to write you in December, I succumbed to 2020...
Blog Post: January 19, 2021
One of the biggest opportunities to protect and restore San Francisco Bay wetlands and wildlife is at risk of being lost forever.
The City of Newark has approved a development project to pave over hundreds of acres of open space adjacent to the Don Edwards SF Bay National Wildlife Refuge, trucking...
E News: January 15, 2021
Monthly Update for January 2021
Polluting Cities Fail to Stop Baykeeper Case
Forcing Regulators to Get Serious About Bad Actors
Naughty Coal Companies Got Coal in their Christmas Stockings
You Can Help Save the Newark Wetlands
Documentary Premiere Features Baykeeper Expert
To our Amazing...
Blog Post: January 15, 2021
Two years ago, Baykeeper scientists discovered significant amounts of bacteria pollution from raw sewage in Stevens Creek, Calabazas Creek, Guadalupe Slough, and other South Bay waterways. Our sampling revealed E. coli at levels 50 times the legal limit. And the culprits were the cities of...
BK In The News: January 11, 2021
On Monday, the state of Utah officially joined a lawsuit started by Wolverine Fuels against the city of Richmond over an ordinance that is set to phase out all coal and coal byproduct storage in Richmond... Meanwhile, the city of Richmond, backed by California and environmental groups like the...
Press Release: January 8, 2021
Hazardous pollution from these facilities contaminates communities around California
OAKLAND (Jan. 8, 2021) – Environmental justice and conservation groups filed an amicus brief today, calling on the California Department of Toxic Substance Control (DTSC) to regulate metal shredding facilities ...
Featured Stories: January 5, 2021
Using California as a microcosm, River's End explores the global water crises. It draws the parallel between the draining of the Owens Valley by LA, made famous by CHINATOWN, and what is happening in real time in Northern California’s Bay-Delta. Except this time, the water grab is at the hands of...
Press Release: January 4, 2021
Bacterial Pollution From Sewage Is Actionable Under Clean Water Act—In Case You Missed It
Oakland, CA—San Francisco Baykeeper, in February 2020, filed legal actions under the Clean Water Act against the cities of Sunnyvale and Mountain View. The cities both have antiquated and failing sewage and...
BK In The News: December 29, 2020
A controversial development plan roughly 30 years in the making to build 469 large homes on the edge of Newark’s wetlands can proceed, a judge has decided... The two groups that sued the city, along with Sierra Club San Francisco Bay Chapter, Greenbelt Alliance, and San Francisco Baykeeper,...