A half-mile long campus with the express purpose of serving as a science center, community garden, tech incubator and makerspace has been taking shape at 2133 Tynan Ave., near Alameda’s Posey Tube.
When it comes to climate change, refrigerators are a hot topic. Project Drawdown, an organization that models the impact of climate change solutions, has named refrigerant management and transition as the #1 way to fight climate change.
As a result of a classroom projects undertaken by sixth graders at Lincoln Middle School (LMS), Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) is implementing a number of changes to its food and waste practices.
If you ask most Californians to name the state’s biggest problems, climate change and homelessness are bound to make the list. Food insecurity probably wouldn’t, but while addressing this issue, the state’s food banks are helping solve higher profile problems in our state.