Category Archives: News

CASA is Building a New Website

CASA is building a new website that we hope to launch by December, 2017.    The information on this website is outdated–  including the contact info.  Please check back in December.   Thanks for your patience!   In the meantime, we invite you to join us at our fall Sustainability Forum: Sea Level Rise In […]

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Climate Change Town Hall Meeting

  LOVE OUR GREEN ISLAND Everyone is invited to a town hall meeting to celebrate the successes Alameda has had in reaching the goals of the Local Action Plan for Climate Protection and to launch the City’s new sustainability planning process: Love Our Green Island Town Hall— co-sponsored with CASA (Community Action for a Sustainable […]

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Time to Choose Film Screening and Panel Discussion

On June 7 we will screen the beautiful 2016 documentary, Time to Choose, followed by a discussion with filmmaker Tom Dinwoodie and Sierra Club Executive Director, Michael Brune.    The film outlines today’s broad range of climate challenges and focuses on clean solutions and technologies available to us now.  This event is a fundraiser for […]

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Alameda Earth Palooza: A Season of Caring for the Earth

CASA is organizing the Alameda Earth Palooza happening March 21-June 21, 2017.   The Alameda Earth Palooza will expand Earth Day into a season of caring for the Earth with a series of local events.   CASA will coordinate a calendar of events  to showcase the full range of Alameda’s sustainable initiatives and programs. The […]

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Recycling & Waste Task Force Group

Would you like to be involved with the Recycling & Waste Task Force? E-mail us at The Waste and Recycling sub-group is focused on sustainability issues related to the four “R’s” – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Rot. Initial Efforts Establish a Freecycle Cafe: Form an online listing/community where Alamedans can communicate to barter or exchange goods. […]

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Proposed Community Garden Sites

SITE ADDRESS PROPERTY OWNER PROS CONS City Hall Lawns 2263 Santa Clara Ave City of Alameda – High visibility – Lawns are used for multiple purposes, including hosting delegations with lawn chairs. Old Gas Station 1500 Oak St – High visibility – Small – Lot is toxic under the cement and there are no funds […]

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