We promote sustainability and opportunity in under-served communities in the Bay Area through policy advocacy and partnerships. We protect and empower communities in need by advancing environmental justice, ensuring job creation, and advocating for affordable and sustainable housing.
Our environmental justice, renewable energy, green jobs, and local hiring programs have kept power plants - and their pollutants - out of low-income communities, created hundreds of local jobs to benefit local communities, and led organizations to increase their workforce diversity. And we're just getting started.
The BRIGHTLINE team is composed of legal experts, policy advocates, communication specialists, community organizers, volunteers, and a board of directors committed to the empowerment of traditionally under-served communities in local neighborhoods, the San Francisco Bay Area, and beyond.
BCDC to convene SF Bay Area region on environmental justice. Meanwhile, Brightline advocates for clean buses statewide.
Brightline policy fellows advocate for increasing access of low-income communities to Zero Emission Buses
The Speaker of the State Assembly appoints our Executive Director Eddie Ahn to BCDC.
Report analyzes how governance structures have empowered or disenfranchised three communities in San Mateo County
Affordable housing conversation convened by Brightline and Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Our Executive Director Eddie Ahn appointed to SF Environment Commission!
Brightline pushes for an expanded rebate program that encourages mid and low-income households to own electric vehicles!
Brightline and a coalition of seven key California organizations united today to advocate for the environment, energy efficiency, and sustainable economic growth.
Thanks to Silicon Valley Community Foundation, Catchafire, and Jon David Powers, Brightline launches its new website on May Day!
The escalating housing crisis in the Bay Area threatens workers essential to building American communities and cities: teachers.
To elevate its community partners in San Francisco and beyond, policy nonprofit Brightline Defense presents its December 2016 report from its first-ever policy summit
The past five years have borne witness to an unwavering tenacity and dedication of community advocates and other stakeholders that have led to groundbreaking results: local hiring in San Francisco
Early on April 11, the sound of swinging hammers rang out from the Bay Area's first all-women green construction training class.
An environmental justice (EJ) non-profit founded in 2005, Brightline proudly presents the Dr. Espanola Jackson Postgraduate Legal Fellowship to begin in late summer 2016.
Five years after the passage of San Francisco's landmark Local Hiring Policy for Construction, San Francisco's local hiring has jumped from...