BK In The News: February 4, 2020
This guest commentary was written by Julie Zimmerman, Jeanette Howard, Jon Rosenfield, and Rene Henery in response to The Final Demise of Unimpaired Flows, guest commentary by Robert Shibatani... As river ecologists that work on environmental flows, we’re often confused by the strong reactions we...
Monthly Column: February 1, 2020
On January 10-12, high tides in San Francisco Bay washed up onto the shoreline of a large former pharmaceutical company in Richmond. A few hours later, the outgoing tide pulled contamination—including pesticides, toxic chemicals, and radioactive waste—off the industrial land and into the Bay. ...
BK In The News: January 26, 2020
On a cool, overcast morning at Pier 1.5, we joined San Francisco Baykeeper Executive Director Sejal Choksi-Chugh and volunteer skipper Matt Stromberg aboard a Baykeeper patrol boat to get an up-close look at the work that the non-profit does to help keep the San Francisco Bay clean. The group has...
Blog Post: January 17, 2020
This winter, for the 120th annual Christmas Bird Count, Baykeeper Senior Scientist Jon Rosenfield (pictured, below right) and Skipper Mark Caplin led a bird count aboard the Baykeeper patrol boat.
Every year, the Audubon Society organizes this bird census drawing on observations from citizen...
BK In The News: January 17, 2020
Baykeeper helped to facilitate Oakland's coal ban — and now Richmond's too... You can commemorate almost anything by naming a beer after it.
And with its piney, slightly hazy Baykeeper IPA — newly available for the first time ever in cans — Anchor Brewing champions an Oakland-based nonprofit that'...
E News: January 16, 2020
Monthly Update for January 2020
Richmond, thank you for banning coal!
How a dream restaurant became a waterfront nightmare
Newsom's Water Portfolio is a wish list, not a roadmap
King Tides sound a pollution alarm in the Bay
Thirty years of victories for the Bay
Meet Kayla Karimi, Baykeeper's...
Blog Post: January 15, 2020
In a bold move, the City of Richmond voted to ban coal storage and handling. This is a huge step forward in the fight to protect local residents and stop dirty coal pollution in San Francisco Bay.
Coal is extremely toxic—both for people and wildlife. It contains arsenic, mercury, and other harmful...
BK In The News: January 15, 2020
Community and Environmental Groups and Residents Applaud Council for Protecting Local Public Health
April Thomas, Sierra Club, email@example.com, 206-321-3850
Ben Eichenberg, Baykeeper, firstname.lastname@example.org, 510-735-9700 x105
Richmond, Calif. — Last night, the Richmond...
Blog Post: January 13, 2020
Fisheries are collapsing. Salmon runs are dwindling. Endangered species are rapidly approaching extinction. And drinking water is unsafe in some of California’s most disadvantaged communities.
The fresh water that flows from the Sierras, through the Central Valley, the Delta, and into San...
BK In The News: January 10, 2020
The Richmond, CA City Council has a big decision to make next week... At least some of these measures stem from a 2012 lawsuit and resulting agreement with the San Francisco Baykeeper, which advocates for the health of the Bay.