The reasons that we're worried by the America's Cup have to do with those residents of the Bay Area who don't have the wherewithal to negotiate development deals or even lobby City Hall. Yes, I'm talking about wildlife.
Fiver Brown's a musician, but according to his bio he's also worked as a pirate, rodeo clown and sushi photographer. He's the kind of guy who can't really afford to buy a home in Sausalito. So he bought a boat.
I'm calling on all lifelong Giants fans, Oakland A's fans, and all who love San Francisco Bay: Help stop greedy corporate outsiders from destroying the bay we've worked for 50 years to protect and restore.
Thousands of people are working to restore San Francisco Bay for people and wildlife. So it's shocking that the country's largest private corporation proposes to pave over San Francisco Bay salt ponds where tidal marsh could be restored.
There's only one undeveloped headland left on the West Coast's largest estuary that could be a local and world center for natural ecosystem services, youth recreation, education, jobs and opportunities.