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More than a dozen volunteer teams working to fight climate change through policy action, community engagement, and campaigns.

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Building Electrification Coalition

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Food & Soil Team

POLICY

Events Team

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Membership Engagement Team

Justice, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion (JEDI) Team

Interfaith Coalition for Earth Justice (ICEJ)

Chula Vista Climate Action

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Youth v. Oil Campaign

Eco-Club Coalition

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Let's Go San Diego

Safe and Healthy California

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Here’s how SanDiego350 has activated and grown the climate movement in San Diego
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Advanced 100% clean energy, an equitable transportation plan and a Green New Deal

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Youth Leaders

Empowered through training and hands-on  experience organizing peers

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Movie & Discussion: “We’re All Plastic People Now”

When: July 30, 2024 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Where: Scripps Seaside Forum, 8610 Kennel Way, La Jolla, California, 92037

Join us for an informative, stimulating evening on the prevalence of plastics, an oil product, in our environment and our bodies. The documentary movie “We’re all Plastic People Now” will be screened, and a panel discussion will be moderated by Senator Catherine Blakespear.

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Youth4Climate Grad Party Summer Social

When: August 3, 2024 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Where: 2811 Jackson St, San Diego, California, 92110

Join us for an afternoon of celebrating our graduating seniors! We will have food and fun activities at Presidio Park.

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Beach Social – volunteer fun!

When: August 9, 2024 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Where: 3500 Mission Bay Dr., San Diego, California, 92109

We enthusiastically invite you and your loved ones to join us for our beach social to bond with San Diego 350 volunteers.The social will

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Youth v. Oil celebrates Big Oil’s defeat and withdrawal of its costly referendum

The local youth-led campaign was instrumental in securing City resolutions in support of keeping the law to protect neighborhoods from toxic drilling San Diego, CA – After months of advocacy and activism from grassroots organizations and frontline communities, including Youth v. Oil in San Diego, last night (June 26) Big Oil withdrew its referendum to overturn […]

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Youth4Climate’s Rise Up Rooted Summit 

By Taarika Sethee and Allison Lee, SD350 youth climate leaders Youth4Climate’s 2024 Summit, themed Rise Up Rooted, was an unforgettable gathering of passionate young minds and hearts. Over 50 activists, 37 of them youth, came together at KIPP Adelante Prep Academy to learn about and drive forward climate action. Fourteen different schools were represented, ranging […]

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By Roran Ausman, SD350 Volunteer Starting off the morning of World Ocean Day (June 8th) eating breakfast on the beach seemed fitting. It should have been serene, but seeing the empty waters of Imperial Beach a few days after reading Surfrider’s Clean Water Report, and knowing it’s been closed for over 900 days because of […]

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Citizen Action Convinces San Diego City Council to “Fix the Fatal15”

By Chris Roberts, Transportation Team Leader Co-lead, SanDiego350 Also published on The Jumping Off Place On May 31, 2024, a remarkable rally was held at one of San Diego’s most dangerous intersections for pedestrians and bicyclists: Market and 19th Street in Sherman Heights. At that intersection, in 2020, Jason Gordon was crossing the street when he […]

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“Under the best of circumstances, we will see global catastrophe with highly-populated regions becoming uninhabitable.” By Joel Martin, Climate Writer Read the original article from The Jumping-Off Place, a new progressive news outlet. There is no point in sugar coating this. We almost certainly passed the 1.5 degree Celsius global temperature increase target last year and 2024 is […]

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Member of the Month: Daniel Hernandez

This month, we interviewed SanDiego350 volunteer, Daniel Hernandez to share about their climate activism. Daniel is part of the SD350’s Youth4Climate and Youth v. Oil. How did you first get involved with SD350, and when was that? I was first involved as a speaker at the Sweetwater Union High School District (SUHSD) electrification resolution on […]

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Dive into the Heart of Environmental Conversations with the SanDiego350 Podcast

By Maria Rivera, Co-lead of the SanDiego350’s JEDI team Introducing the SanDiego350 Podcast, your go-to platform for insightful and engaging environmental discussions. This podcast is designed to provide San Diegans a diverse and inclusive space to discuss crucial issues affecting our planet. Whether you’re passionate about climate action or just beginning to explore the world […]

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Discovering the Regional Decarbonization Framework (RDF)

By Monserrat Mejia, Student at University of San Diego and Climate Corps Fellow with SanDiego350 Also published on The Jumping Off Place As a Mexican-American resident in San Diego with little prior knowledge about climate change, the concerns about how environmental issues affect low-income neighborhoods like mine felt overwhelming. However, my journey to understanding the Regional […]

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Microtransit Drives Transportation Equity

New SD350 Mapping Tool Identifies Areas of Greatest Need By Sanjiv Nanda and Wendy Mihalic on SanDiego350’s transportation team SanDiego350’s Microtransit Subteam, has developed a new capability using maps to help cities and communities zero-in on areas where microtransit can best serve those with greatest need. Microtransit refers to a shared-ride neighborhood shuttle service that […]

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Meet our new Youth Program Coordinator: McGarrah Wilson

I am so excited and honored to be joining the SanDiego350 team/family as the new Youth Program Coordinator. I’m most looking forward to getting to know the youth climate leaders, working on our Spring 2024 Youth4Climate Summit, and getting involved in the Youth v. Oil Campaign for a Safe and Healthy California.   I grew up […]

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