Using mostly locally-sourced, recycled materials, architectes created a contemporary take on the traditional ‘grange’ building where people can gather to celebrate food.
The San Francisco Giants recently announced that its centerfield bleachers will soon be replaced with a huge organic garden designed by EDG Design Group.
Two new modular-constructed apartment building are bringing new lessons in efficient, compact living.
San Francisco’s historic Flood Building has completed a retrofit that will save its tenants more than $1.2 million and reduce CO2 output by 870 tons per year.
The San Francisco 49ers, playing in tomorrow’s Super Bowl XLVII, may become the NFL’s new symbol of sustainability as their new stadium vies for LEED certification.
The Bay Bridge will be decked out in light emitting diodes to celebrate 75 years of operation.
The West Coast dominates Clean Edge’s new “Metro Index,” with San Jose grabbing the gold in the ranking of U.S. cleantech leadership.
When does green affordable housing actually save a city cash? When it gives residents a chance to break the cycle of poverty (and treat medical issues too).
San Francisco’s tiny parks take up just a parking space or two apiece, but offer benefits to businesses and pedestrians alike via increased foot traffic.
The Inn at the Presidio, the first new hotel to open in San Francisco since 2009, offers visitors green accommodations in the heart of the National Historic Landmark.
Cleantech Group names San Francisco the “Cleantech Capital of North America,” beating out the likes of Boston, New York, Austin, LA and San Diego.