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Federal, State and Local Climate Change: “Heads Up” (1.8Mb)
Advisor to Commissioner Douglas
California Energy Commission
Focusing Our Work: What the Countywide Climate Inventory Tells Us (3.4Mb)
Sustainability Program Manager
County of Alameda
City Manager, Livermore
Linda Barton's Website
County Administrator, County of Alameda
County Administrator's Website
Mayor, San Leandro
City of San Leandro Website
City Manager, Union City
City Manager's Website
**Additional host: Janet Lockhart, former Mayor, Dublin
Senator Barbara Boxer
F. Noel Perry
The East Bay Green Corridor cooperates to create conditions to support new and emerging green industry, technology development, employment in emerging green industries, and position the region as a green business hub. As of January 2009, partners include Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland, Richmond, UC Berkeley, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
The East Bay Greenway will be a bicycle and pedestrian pathway that extends from Oakland to Hayward via San Leandro and unincorporated County communities underneath the elevated BART tracks. This twelve mile long Greenway provides recreational opportunities to some of the most underserved and diverse neighborhoods in the East Bay.
Solar Cities is a joint project of the cities of Livermore and Pleasanton focused on educating consumers with the facts about residential solar energy.
South Alameda County Green Building Coalition aims to share best practices and harmonize green building codes in Fremont, Hayward, Newark, San Leandro, Union City, and unincorporated Alameda County through collaboration among agencies, builders, and developers.
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