April 2013 Newsletter

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Celebrate Earth Day All Month Long!

Celebrate Earth Day in San Francisco by participating in one of the many upcoming environmental events in the Bay Area. Here are a few events that we think are a great way to get involved in your community and have fun at the same time! More >

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SF Environment Launches Biodiversity Program

San Francisco is in a global biodiversity hotspot! SF Environment has launched a Biodiversity program to celebrate and help preserve San Francisco’s living natural heritage. Get involved with the amazing natural environments in our city.More >

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San Francisco Named U.S. Earth Hour Capital

An international jury has selected San Francisco as the 2013 U.S. Earth Hour Capital among 29 cities nationwide, noting the city’s actions to promote renewable energy and prepare residents for climate change.
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Green Your School Commute with SchoolPool

SchoolPool is an online resource to help San Francisco families walk, bike, carpool, or take transit to school. From now until April 30, families who sign up for SchoolPool and log their trips will be entered to win prizes. Sign up today! More >

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Beautify the City with Giants Pride!

This baseball season, join Giant Sweep to play a role in keeping our city beautiful. Giant Sweep is an anti-litter campaign launched by Mayor Ed Lee, the San Francisco Giants, and the Department of Public Works. Sign up to help keep San Francisco clean and green.
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Discover San Francisco’s Privately Owned Public Open Spaces

There are over 60 Privately Owned Public Open Spaces (POPOS) in the Downtown office district area. These open spaces are great destinations for lunch or meeting a friend downtown. Check out the map and visit one today! More >