Global forum to accelerate worldwide transition to clean energy: June 1-2

World's top energy ministers to converge on Bay Area. Visit to learn more.

2015 Bay Area Council Poll

Bay Area residents rank top issues, concerns for the region.

2016 Outlook Conference: Bigger Better Bolder

One of the nation's premier thought leader events exploring the major trends and innovations shaping business and the economy.

Tackling the Region's Toughest Challenges

Housing, traffic, water and workforce top Council's 2016 policy agenda

Charting a Course for Regional Economic Resilience

A strategy for maintaining the Bay Area's place as a global economic powerhouse.

  • 2016 OUTLOOK CONFERENCE: BIGGER. BETTER. BOLDER., May 17, 12-5pm, Park Central San Francisco
  • 2016 SACRAMENTO DAY, May 2, State Capitol Building, Sacramento
  • MIND THE GAP: HOW TO LEAD ON EQUAL PAY, April 29, 9:00am - 12:00pm, Gap Inc., San Francisco
  • 7th CLEAN ENERGY MINISTERIAL, June 1-2, The Westin St. Francis, San Francisco



2016-05-20 03:05:40

Council Moving the Dial on Housing in Capitol

The Bay Area Council’s unrelenting advocacy for removing barriers to creating badly needed housing is making an impact. On Monday (May 16) the Council scored a huge win when the State Senate overwhelmingly passed SB 1069.


2016-05-20 03:05:28

Outlook Conference Goes Bigger Better Bolder

Hundreds of business, government and academic leaders gathered Tuesday, May 17 at the Bay Area Council’s 2016 Outlook Conference presented by Wells Fargo to hear from major CEOs and other top thinkers about some of the key challenges facing our region, our economy, employers and workers.

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2016-05-20 03:05:58

Council Joins Rally for CA Transportation Funding

The Bay Area Council on Thursday (May 19) joined a statewide coalition of transportation advocates for a Fix Our Roads rally at the state Capitol to send a loud and clear message to the Legislature that the time is now to fix California’s roads.


2016-05-20 03:05:15

Council Joins Computer Science Education Coalition

The Bay Area Council is proud to announce that it has joined the Computer Science Education Coalition, a nonprofit organization comprised of businesses and NGOs focused on expanding computer science education in K-12 classrooms across America to ensure that our nation remains globally competitive and secure for decades to come.