We are an all-volunteer San Diego County organization concerned about climate change. We are raising awareness, developing leaders, and advocating for climate change action. Here are photos/media coverage from two great events.
The Climate Movement Says NO to the TPP!
Join SanDiego350 at a press event to call on Congressman Scott Peters to vote “No” on fast tracking the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)
Wednesday, May 27, 4;30pm, at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Visit our calendar for full details, RSVP link, and facebook event
Recent Event roundups:
High Water Line project Mission Beach, CA, 1-19-15
James chalks a hashtag along the High Water Line in Mission Beach, California
Our Public Service Announcement (PSA)
TV coverage and footage from rallies can be seen on our YouTube channel
Connect with our Campaigns
Climate Action Plans: we’re advocating for strong plans for the City of San Diego and other local cities and government entities.
Keystone Pipeline: we’re training participants for the “Keystone Pledge of Resistance” civil disobedience action and holding regular “Keystone Pipeline Walks”.
Fracking: we’re building support for a ban on fracking in California. Fracking Team
Renewables, not gas-fired plants: we’re opposing gas power plants like Pio Pico and supporting renewable energy.
Public outreach and education: we’re tabling at fairs and festivals, giving talks to community groups, and holding educational “climate chats” about climate change and the urgency for action now.
Divesting from fossil fuels: we’re part of a state-wide effort to urge giant CA public employee pension funds CalPERS and CalSTRS to divest. Visit Fossil Free California to sign the petition, learn more, or volunteer.
Whether you are an activist, lawyer, scientist, designer, educator, programmer, speaker, student, videographer, nurse, or musician, you can make a difference. Join us to work on public education, public policy, demonstrations, coalition building, and more. firstname.lastname@example.org
Climate change is real. It’s happening now. Together, we can stabilize our climate and move to a clean energy future.Google+