The Sustainable Bay Area Network is a casual association of “sustainable community” organizations around the San Francisco Bay Area – a network of organizations that share a name and a common purpose.

Who We Are
These organizations are communities of citizens, educators, innovators, and organizations designing and building pathways to ecologically sustainable, economically vibrant, and socially just communities for all.

Collectively, organizations under the Sustainable “brand” represent an important stakeholder constituency in regional effort to address the climate emergency, sea level rise, impact mitigation, our solid waste crisis, the just transition to a fossil-fuel free economy and so many other pressing issues of our time. More critical now than ever before, we must all think globally, act locally … and do so better, faster, together!

Where We Are
The Network Map shows the general location of “Sustainable” community organizations around the San Francisco Bay Area. Some of these organizations do not have actual offices, therefore a reference point is used for the map pin. Check an organization’s website for the most up to date location, contact information and other details. See the Network Directory for a complete listing.

One Planet Living
The organizations that make up the Sustainable Bay Area Network are playing valuable roles in the effort to engage and educate the public, develop and implement practical local solutions, and promote public policy changes based on the One Planet Living principles. What’s Your Carbon Footprint?  Click here to find out

Bay Area Climate Action Organizations

The data available on this website was made available by the Bay Area Climate Action Mapping Project. For comprehensive (and searchable) lists and maps of organizations around the Bay that are in some way involved in addressing climate change, go to The Project is a collaborative effort of Drawdown Bay Area, 350 Bay Area, the RAPID Climate Action Network and the Sustainable Bay Area Network.