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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 05, 2023

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Sustainability

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Sustainability Impact Issue: Editor's Note

The Berkeley community has seen the effects of climate change firsthand, and efforts to become sustainable must be tackled from every angle. 

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While minimalism may have encouraged people to throw old things away to reduce clutter, maximalism allows individuals to incorporate old clothes and objects into their current wardrobes and environments.
While minimalism may have encouraged people to throw old things away to reduce clutter, maximalism allows individuals to incorporate old clothes and objects into their current wardrobes and environments.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a slew of new life adjustments for everyone during the global shutdown. Among these changes is a repopularized hobby taken up by many Berkeley residents: biking. 
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a slew of new life adjustments for everyone during the global shutdown. Among these changes is a repopularized hobby taken up by many Berkeley residents: biking. 
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The transformation from movement to online trend brings a plethora of new factors into play, and the movement against single-use plastics is no exception.
The transformation from movement to online trend brings a plethora of new factors into play, and the movement against single-use plastics is no exception.
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The Berkeley community has seen the effects of climate change firsthand, and efforts to become sustainable must be tackled from every angle. 
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The Berkeley community has seen the effects of climate change firsthand, and efforts to become sustainable must be tackled from every angle. 
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While minimalism may have encouraged people to throw old things away to reduce clutter, maximalism allows individuals to incorporate old clothes and objects into their current wardrobes and environments.
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While minimalism may have encouraged people to throw old things away to reduce clutter, maximalism allows individuals to incorporate old clothes and objects into their current wardrobes and environments.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a slew of new life adjustments for everyone during the global shutdown. Among these changes is a repopularized hobby taken up by many Berkeley residents: biking. 
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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a slew of new life adjustments for everyone during the global shutdown. Among these changes is a repopularized hobby taken up by many Berkeley residents: biking. 
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The transformation from movement to online trend brings a plethora of new factors into play, and the movement against single-use plastics is no exception.
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The transformation from movement to online trend brings a plethora of new factors into play, and the movement against single-use plastics is no exception.
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When Billi Romain was first employed by the city of Berkeley 15 years ago, the government had a single sustainability-focused person on its staff.
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When Billi Romain was first employed by the city of Berkeley 15 years ago, the government had a single sustainability-focused person on its staff.
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Two and a half years ago, Hafez Alsaidi’s father started the Berkeley Organic Market and Deli with the philosophy of providing the best possible products for customers. Alsaidi, now the manager of the store, strives to keep Berkeley residents healthy through sustainable measures.
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Two and a half years ago, Hafez Alsaidi’s father started the Berkeley Organic Market and Deli with the philosophy of providing the best possible products for customers. Alsaidi, now the manager of the store, strives to keep Berkeley residents healthy through sustainable measures.
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The eerie memory of Sept. 9, 2020, the day the sun never seemed to come out, still weighs heavily in many Bay Area residents’ minds. 
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The eerie memory of Sept. 9, 2020, the day the sun never seemed to come out, still weighs heavily in many Bay Area residents’ minds. 
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As California’s familiar orange skies bring more conversations surrounding climate change solutions, UC Berkeley researchers are continuing to look into the environment from both scientific and social lenses.
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As California’s familiar orange skies bring more conversations surrounding climate change solutions, UC Berkeley researchers are continuing to look into the environment from both scientific and social lenses.
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For Berkeley community member Joe Liesner, getting out of the concrete-covered city of Berkeley and exploring a state park or beach feels wonderful.
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For Berkeley community member Joe Liesner, getting out of the concrete-covered city of Berkeley and exploring a state park or beach feels wonderful.
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As climate change causes temperatures to fluctuate, ocean levels to creep higher and wildfires to appear more frequently, its impact can be felt all around the world. However, not everyone suffers equally.
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As climate change causes temperatures to fluctuate, ocean levels to creep higher and wildfires to appear more frequently, its impact can be felt all around the world. However, not everyone suffers equally.
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