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Lawsuit Launched Challenging Massive Power Plant Expansion in Northern California

December 20, 2011 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contacts: Brent Plater, Wild Equity Institute, (415) 572-6989 Adrienne Bloch, Communities for a Better Environment, (510) 302-0430 x16 Jonathan Evans, Center for Biological Diversity, (415) 436-9682…

Federal Agency Rejects San Francisco's Sharp Park Plans

December 16, 2011 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contacts: Brent Plater, Wild Equity Institute, (415) 572-6989 Arthur Feinstein, Sierra Club, 415-680-0643 Neal Desai, National Parks Conservation Association, (510) 368-0845 Federal Agency Rejects…
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Best. Hate. Voicemail. Ever!

Artwork by Liam O’Brien The Wild Equity Institute’s lawsuit to protect the Lange’s Metalmark Butterfly was a hot topic with Bay Area media outlets this week, covered by The Bay Citizen, CBS 5, and the Contra Costa Times. But our favorite…
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10/10/10: Spotted Owl Work Party to Fight Climate Change

Northern Spotted Owls Nuzzle at Muir Woods on August 10, 2008. Comments by Ranger Mia Monroe. Sunday, 10/10/10, 10:10 a.m.: Join the Wild Equity Institute’s Golden Gate National Parks Endangered Species Big Year, the Center for Biological…
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What do Elizabeth Taylor, Barry Bonds, and the Wild Equity Institute Have in Common?

The classic beauty, the troubled slugger, and the Wild Equity Institute’s campaign to restore Sharp Park were all on the front page of the San Francisco chronicle on Thursday, March 24, 2011. Click here to see a .pdf of the article…

Peer-reviewed Scientific Study Calls for Restoring Sharp Park

February 10, 2011 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Brent Plater, Wild Equity Institute, (415) 572-6989   Jeff Miller, Center for Biological Diversity, (510) 499-9185 First Peer-reviewed Scientific Study of Sharp Park: Removing…
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Bay Climate Defense Project Seeks Partners & Volunteers

The San Francisco Bay is the largest estuarine system on the West Coast of the United States. About one-third of the Bay was lost to infill development by the mid-1900s, and plans were underway to fill another third of the Bay. But a grassroots…
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Climate, Coral Reefs, and Equity

Coral reefs provide billions of dollars of economic benefits to the world, and some 30 million of the poorest people on the planet are completely dependent on reefs for their livelihood and survival. But a new report on climate and biodiversity…