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@sfenvironment   San Francisco's Environment Department: Our home. Our city. Our planet. #SFThingToDo πŸŒ³πŸ’šβ™»οΈπŸš²πŸ’‘ Volunteer as a recycling advocate ‡️

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Are you passionate about #recycing and #composting ? Looking for a way to engage with waste reduction practices in your apartment building? We’re teaming up with @recology to introduce a one-year volunteer opportunity for #SanFrancisco residents to support recycling and composting efforts in apartment buildings. Become a Recycling Advocate today! Learn more and apply online! Link in bio.

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Happy Arbor Day! πŸ’šπŸŒ³

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We had a wonderful time celebrating our newest Certified #SFGreenBusiness last night at @calacademy ! β™»οΈπŸŒŽπŸŽ‰ πŸ‘ Special thank you to @orangephoto for these beautiful photos! + thank you to all of our sponsors πŸ“Έ View the full album on our Facebook Page

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Recognizing 100+ of our newest San Francisco Green Businesses! Congratulations πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰

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we πŸ’™ this artwork created by Commissioner @eddieahn for the 2018 Commission on the Environment report! [swipe] to see the full panorama ✨ 2018 Commission on the Environment Highlights ✨ βœ”οΈ Welcomed 2⃣ new Commissioners βœ”οΈ Participated in Global Climate Action Summit βœ”οΈ Helped create Department Racial Equity Initiative βœ”οΈ Hosted 2⃣ special Commission Meetings βœ”οΈ Presented 7⃣ Environmental Service Awards Read the full Commission Report in the link in our latest story. 🎨 Report artwork by Commissioner, @ehacomics

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Join us this Saturday for the annual Arbor Day Eco Fair – a family-fun event packed with hands-on activities and urban environmental education! πŸ“… Saturday, March 16 πŸ•˜ 9AM - 12PM πŸ“ James Denman Middle School During the celebration the focus will be on educating community members of all ages about urban tree care and environmental sustainability while enjoying fun-filled fair activities and informational booths. Volunteers will also be planting street trees throughout District 11 in celebration of Arbor Day. #StreetTreeSF #SFThingToDo #GreenSF

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Happy #InternationalWomensDay ! Meet Anya and Megan! They have helped champion and run San Francisco’s Healthy Nail Salon program, creating safer conditions for nail salon workers. Nail salon workers exposure to chemicals is an environmental justice issue. Most nail technicians are immigrants of low socioeconomic status and are often women of childbearing age. Our Healthy Nail Salon program helps protect worker health through support and training. We work with salons to identify and remove toxic products, reducing worker and customer exposure to harmful chemicals. Healthy Nail Salons use less toxic products, safer practices and better ventilation, so you can breathe easy knowing they are healthier for you, employees, and the planet. Thank you Anya and Megan! #PrettyShouldntStink #FacesOfSF

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Spotted in the Sunset! Did you know cardboard containers, juice boxes, tetra-paks and more can be recycled? #SFRecycles

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Thank you @Recology for sharing about Jo Hanson for #WomensHistoryMonth ♻️ . . . β€œJo Hanson was a prominent San Francisco artist and activist in the 1970s, eventually turning her attention toward cleaning up litter-strewn streets in her community. As a San Francisco Arts Commissioner for six years, Hanson championed the inclusion of underrepresented women and artists of color in the City’s art collections. In the late 1980s Hanson suggested to Recology and the City of San Francisco that they develop an artist-in-residence program at the Recology facility, which would offer studio space and stipends for emerging and established artists to create artwork from the waste stream, and raise public awareness about environmental issues. Now almost thirty years later, the Recology San Francisco Artist in Residence Program has been internationally recognized and awarded, and countless artists, children, and adults have benefited from Jo Hanson's vision.” Thank you, Jo.

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πŸ“’ We are hiring [and this could be you]!!πŸ“’ Do you want to help San Franciscans adopt sound environmental practices? Do you have a passion for engaging people about sustainability issues? Check out our jobs page! sfenvironment.org/jobs #SFThingToDo

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Transform your food scraps into valuable compost! The next FREE Urban Compost workshop is this Saturday, 3/2 (and every 1st Saturday of the month), from 10am-12pm at Garden for the Environment. RSVP through @gardenfortheenvironment #SFThingToDo #compost

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Today we stood with Supervisors, Environment Commissioners, community partners, and climate activists as Supervisor Rafael Mandelman ( @rafiford8 ) introduced a resolution declaring a Climate Emergency. "We know the science is abundantly clear, we know we're going to have to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. We cannot afford to wait, we cannot afford to kick the can down the road. We've got to take urgent decisive action now." - @SFEnvironment Director Raphael #Cities4Climate ➑️ Full Link in our story

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Learning about renewable energy⚑️ at @calacademy Family Night! πŸ”Œ Choose to use renewable energy through #CleanPowerSF. πŸ”ŒπŸš˜Make your next car purchase an electric vehicle. πŸ’‘Make your home more energy efficient. #ClimateAction

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Today is National #SkipTheStraw Day. Did you know San Franciscans use an estimated one million plastic straws each day?! Help reduce waste and opt for a reuseable straw or skip the straw instead. #RefuseReuse πŸ“Έ @thezephyrconz

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SF Commission on the Environment President Elmy Bermejo representing SF at the @c40cities #Women4climate conference in Paris! β€œI say this often because it is worth repeating – women around the world, and particularly women of color, pay an unfair and disproportionate burden of environmental degradation. This is unjust and it must stop. From breathing toxic fumes while burning fuel to cook to the chemicals we touch while working in factories or nail salons – women and women of color are paying a heavy price. We know that we cannot stand by any longer without taking action. Women4Climate is developing leaders in all nations by promoting mentorship, research and innovation.”

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