Alex Jacobs

Transforming traffic analysis

Green City: San Francisco will be the first city in California to create a mitigation fee, so other cities are taking notes
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GREEN CITY A court injunction against new bicycle projects in San Francisco (see "Stationary biking," 5/16/07) could get lifted next year, thanks to environmental studies released Nov. 26 and headed to the Board of Supervisors next month. Read more »

Green and black

Green City: "America has grown old, we've grown wealthy, but we have yet to grow up"
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GREEN CITY The 2008 San Francisco Green Festival, held Nov. 14-16 at the Concourse Exhibition Center, is a well-established environmentalist event that featured more 1,000 vendors and was overseen by 1,600 volunteers, all united in promoting a greener future.

Yet the event's keynote speaker, Cornel West, along with Van Jones of the Oakland-based Green Jobs for All and San Francisco-based Muslim minister the Rev. Read more »

Reviving radicalism

The economic collapse and seemingly endless wars are lending new energy and credibility to the revolutionary movements
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As the country's economic, environmental, and political systems teeter on the brink of collapse, several Bay Area groups are reviving calls for radical solutions. And some are drawing parallels to the spirited political activity of 40 years ago.

"In my opinion, 1968 was the beginning of a process, an awakening of the questioning of social movements," Andrej Grubacic, a globalization lecturer at ZMedia Institute and the University of San Francisco, told the Guardian.Read more »