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East Bay Community Energy Wants to Power the Community East Bay Community Energy Wants to Power the Community The East Bay's new community choice aggregator aims to lower energy bills and greenhouse gas emissions while creating new jobs. But does it go far enough? July 04, 2018
State Threatens Viability of East Bay Green Energy Program State Threatens Viability of East Bay Green Energy Program Environmentalists say the decision by state regulators to hike the "fee" that residents must pay in order to go green undermines community choice agencies, like EBCE. January 09, 2019
Oakland's Poorest Neighborhoods Will Be The Most Susceptible to Flooding Due To Climate Change And Sea-Level Rise Oakland's Poorest Neighborhoods Will Be The Most Susceptible to Flooding Due To Climate Change And Sea-Level Rise Some neighborhood pockets might become unlivable by the century’s end. April 19, 2017
More Tar Sands and Fracked Oil Headed for East Bay More Tar Sands and Fracked Oil Headed for East Bay Proposed oil-refinery projects likely will increase the use of dirty tar sands crude from Canada and volatile oil fracked in North Dakota. February 05, 2014
Oakland Seeks to Tighten Rent Control Rules Oakland Seeks to Tighten Rent Control Rules But tenants groups say the proposed new regulations are too weak and will still allow landlords to jack up rents and force people from their homes. February 19, 2014
A Barrier to Proposition 1? A Barrier to Proposition 1? Some environmental groups support the bond measure because it would help water-quality efforts, but many other organizations oppose it, mostly because it would finance new dams. October 22, 2014

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    Environmentalists say Bay Area regulators are continuing to drag their feet on dealing with air pollution from refineries. And residents in vulnerable communities are paying the price.
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    A measure on the June ballot would raise the sales tax by one-half percent and make Alameda County the first in the state to fund child care for low-income families.
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