SanDiego350

SanDiego350 is an inclusive volunteer organization devoted to inspiring a movement to prevent the worst impacts of climate change and climate injustice. We strive to create a future that supports a livable planet and just society through education and outreach, public policy advocacy, and mobilizing people to take action.

Climate Chat:
Holding Fossil Fuel Companies Accountable

Tickets for the December 7th Event

Featured Speakers: Mayor Serge Dedina, City of Imperial Beach with participation by Peter Zahn, Former Deputy Mayor of Solana Beach and Director of the Moxie Foundation. 

Since the 1960s, Oil and gas corporations have known that fossil fuel usage causes global warming and leads to more extreme wild fires, hurricanes, and rising sea levels.  As these changes occur, governments will be forced to invest in costly infrastructure projects to adapt to a changing environment. Additionally, fossil fuel companies like Exxon-Mobil and BP have been hiding the findings of their own climate research, and are spending huge sums of money to create a ‘refute and deny’ culture.

With impact costs rising, Imperial Beach has now joined Marin and San Mateo counties in a lawsuit to hold 37 fossil fuel companies responsible for their deliberate falsehoods and inaction in the face of the consequences caused by burning fossil fuels.

The SanDiego350 December 7th climate chat will feature Serge Dedina, the Mayor of Imperial Beach, and Mr. Peter Zahn, former Deputy Mayor and Council Member in Solana Beach. These two speakers from California coastal communities will share their perspective on global warming and how Imperial Beach and other affected cities are holding fossil fuel corporations accountable for their deceptions.

Sign up for tickets here, to join us at the event. Donations will be requested at the chat.

Great Turnout for Tom Steyer Talk!

On September 7th, Tom Steyer joined roughly five hundred San Diegans to talk about current issues in climate change politics and NextGen America’s work to prevent climate disaster, promote prosperity, and protect the rights of every American.

Thanks to everyone who turned out and the evening’s many cosponsoring organizations.

Check out the event photos here.

Thanks for joining the People’s Climate March!!!

Photo by Bee Mittermiller

On Saturday, April 29th, over 5,000 thousand San Diegans joined hundreds of thousands nationally to send a strong message of unity with the massive Washington march. Facing the looming threat of a President who denies the reality of climate change, and openly attacks women, people of color, immigrants, Muslims, people with disabilities, LGBTQ people, workers, and so many more, we are standing up and taking action to protect everything and everyone we love.

We marched for our families. We marched for our air, our water, and our land. We marched for clean energy jobs and climate justice. We marched for our communities and the people we love. And we were louder and stronger than ever before.

See the PCM website for photos, news coverage, our coalition and more

PHOTOS

Check out our Flickr Account for photos from recent events

 

Our Public Service Announcement (PSA)

Vea PSA en español / View PSA in Spanish


Videos

YouTube   TV coverage and footage from rallies can be seen on our YouTube channel

Climate change is real. It’s happening now. Together, we can stabilize our climate and move to a clean energy future.