A broad coalition of Alameda’s most respected leaders and organizations have come together to support Measure B to upgrade all local schools to support quality education.
The transportation sector makes up 70% of Alameda’s greenhouse gas emissions. We need to change how we get around if we are going to significantly reduce Alameda’s greenhouse gas emissions. Bicycling, walking, taking public transit or driving an electric vehicle are the way to go.
Earlier this year, in response to severe budget concerns, Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) approved the closure of seven public school sites, displacing more than 1,500 students, or the equivalent of nearly 19 school buses worth of kids.
Have you heard of Senate Bill (SB) 1383? Otherwise known as California’s Short-Lived Climate Pollutant Reduction Act, SB 1383 became effective January 2022 statewide and in the City of Alameda. ALL residents and businesses in the City of Alameda must have organic waste collection services.