From the heart of the planet's slums and squats, individuals have taken over these marginalized worlds and erected cities in their own image.Read more
Mayor Geng Yanbo is pulling down one of the world’s dirtiest cities to recreate its glorious past, but at the cost of relocating 140,000 households.Read more
Rapacious developers are using golf as a smokescreen to build massive luxury resorts that end up costing the earth.Read more
Bay Area filmmaker Gail Mallimson follows the struggle to save rare butterflies on land planned for luxury housing on San Bruno mountain.Read more
In the future, a small waste-collecting robot inadvertently embarks on a space journey that will ultimately decide the fate of mankind.Read more
A 'live' documentary about San Francisco’s struggles for equitable housing policies amidst a whirlwind downtown revitalization.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee pledged to achieve zero waste by 2020. Go behind the scenes and meet the inventive & enthusiastic characters across the city who are turning trash into resources.Read more
Bikes are changing the cities around us. Bikes vs. Cars investigates this daily traffic battle in Sao Paulo & Los Angeles.Read more
An A-Z of all the short films that screened at the 4th San Francisco Green Film Festival, May 28 - June 1, 2014.
Our cities are growing fast. At their best, cities are hubs for innovation, commerce, culture, and environmental sustainability.
San Francisco is seeing its own growth spurt. Decisions on transport, planning, open space, and housing all have an impact on our lives and on the environment.
Get to the bottom of the issues and see how you can have your say.
MAKE CONNECTIONS WITH OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS
MAKE A PLEDGE
Here are some ideas to get involved:
- Get on your bike: Track your cycle routes and CO2 emissions on the Bikes vs. Cars app - personally, city-wide and globally.
- Plant something: Get outside with Friends of the Urban Forest and make San Francisco greener (no experience needed).
- Have your say: Keep track of the growth and development in the City.
Green Speak Out! at the Festival