Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Tag: climate change

The Agenda, Nov. 30-Dec. 6: A climate-change solution in SF?

Could this city lead the way with a carbon tax? And do we need a new jail? By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 30, 2015 – I was on the road over the...

Censored: Ten big stories the news media ignored

Even in the social-media era, when a small news outlet can create a viral story, some of the biggest news of the past year never got to most of...

Should the regional transportation agency be elected?

The power struggle between the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and the Association of Bay Area Governments got a lot more complicated over the past week. Since MTC voted in late June...

Solar power isn’t green? PG&E scam heads to the November ballot

Despite last-minute efforts, a misleading measure seeking to undermine clean public power is going to the voters. Will the mayor help defeat it? By Tim Redmond JULY 8, 2015 – Sup....

Watch out: What to see at Frameline 39

Mexican muxes, Indian desire, drunk guidance counselors, Tab Hunter, Yes Men, and a straight-again James Franco at the world's largest LGBT film fest. By Dennis Harvey SCREEN GRABS Always an important...

The battle over SF bus stops

As foes of the Google Bus deal take their case to court, a state bill would legalize the privatization of public bus stops By Sue Vaughan APRIL 24, 2015 -- The...

Politics on Tuesday: What is the mayor trying to hide?

By Tim Redmond JUNE 24, 2014 -- The front-page Chronicle story on Mayor Ed Lee's connections to PG&E didn't break a whole lot of new ground. But John Coté and...

What the Keystone Pipeline delay really means

By John H. Cushman Jr APRIL 22, 2014 -- By delaying a final decision on the Keystone XL pipeline until Nebraska devises a legally valid route across the state,...

San Francisco or bust: Class war and why we need to stand and fight to save our city

(Editors Note: This is a speech delivered to a business conference on the “Mid-Market Transformation,” March 12, 2014) By David Talbot I want to talk about a very taboo, a very...

Obliviate! Mayor Lee makes CleanPowerSF vanish

Mayor Lee offers Sup. Avalos birthday greetings – before telling him that his administration no longer cares about generating city-owned clean power   By Tim Redmond MARCH 11, 2014 -- The city's...