At the Net Zero Summit in Washington, D.C. this month, Salesforce announced the first twelve nonprofit organizations across the globe to receive grants from its new climate initiative—and Save The Bay is honored to be among them. The Ecosystem Restoration & Climate Justice Fund will invest $100 million over 10 years in climate-related work, Salesforce pledged in 2021. When announcing the three key areas of focus for this philanthropic funding, the company highlighted that “climate change, the loss of biodiversity, and the impact on the most vulnerable people among us are inextricably interconnected — but their solutions can be too.” …


With the 2018 state legislative session now underway in Sacramento, we are working hard to advance our top priorities for protecting and restoring San Francisco Bay. Our ambitious agenda is focused to achieve meaningful progress on our most important issues – from wetlands restoration funding to reducing stormwater pollution and greenhouse gas emissions – so that our Bay and Bay Area communities remain clean and healthy for future generations. Bay Restoration Funding Two years ago, we did what no one thought possible – we led an overwhelming majority of Bay Area voters to pass Measure AA, a $500 million investment …