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Tagged with: Sierra Club

The Yimbys think they rule—but there are some serious signs to the contrary

The case against the case against "The Case Against Yimbyism."

Opinion: The local Sierra Club is no longer an environmental leader

A takeover by conservatives has undermined the progressive authority of the group's local endorsements

Civil Rights leader Ben Jealous on new book: ‘The insanity of racism diminishes all’

In 'Never Forget Our People Were Always Free: A Parable of American Healing,' the former NAACP head gets personal

On Supreme Court, liberals have one job to do—and they’re not doing it

Expanding the court is our only hope. Why are so many progressive groups and leaders sitting on their hands?

How Chronicle Books has survived the pandemic’s wild ride

Expanding its offerings and diversifying its staff helps the SF publisher navigate bookselling's ups and downs.

Opinion: The Great Highway shutdown fiasco

It's worse for the environment. It's infuriated residents. The city needs to rethink the highway closure—now, when a compromise is possible.

After more than a century, PG&E is finally on the ropes in San Francisco

The city's moving to establish a public-power system—but we should also talk about accountability for the politicians and media that enabled an illegal monopoly for so long.

What’s going on with Muni? Supes want some clear answers

Plus: Can private buses use the transit lanes on Geary -- and does the city need any more giant mansions? That's The Agenda for July 19-16

Big Telecom giveaway bills head for state Assembly votes

Plus: Measure to limit CEQA appeals goes before supes and a rally to limit supportive housing rents. That's The Agenda for May 17-23

Planning Commission to hear a bad UCSF deal

Massive new development that violates historic agreements is drawing widespread opposition.