Youth Transportation Town Hall
Dec 2 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join San Diego 350, Mid-City CAN, Youth4Climate, Green New Deal UCSD, and SANDAG Board members: Mayor Catherine Blakespear, Encinitas, County Supervisor Lawson Remer, La Mesa Councilmember Jack Shu, Teddy Martinez, (representing San Diego Councilmember Dr. Jennifer Campbell) for a town hall focusing on students and our public transit system. Many students rely on public transit to get to school, work, and access internships, to socialize and meet other critical needs. Transportation in San Diego also accounts for nearly half of greenhouse gas emissions. Youth will be the ones that disproportionally face the burden of climate change for not acting sooner.

Join us on December 2 from 5-7 pm to learn what youth need in our transportation system from their lived experiences! 

If you are a high school or college student and want to share your story or join the organizing committee on this forum, fill out this form-

Party 4 the Planet – volunteer appreciation fun!
Dec 4 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

We enthusiastically invite you to join us for an in-person party to celebrate our amazing volunteers. The party will include vegan food, party games, awards, and unstructured social fun! We were unable to come together as a community in-person last year due to COVID-19 concerns, which makes this gathering that much more exciting! 

  • RSVP by Tuesday, November 30th so that we make sure to prepare enough food for everyone! 
  • Important: Bring you own chairs and blankets because we will be outside at a park. SD350 can't provide seating for everyone. 
  • Parking is free and easy to locate, maps will be provided shortly. Bathrooms be available and readily accessible. Remember to dress for the weather! It might be cold on December 4th so bundle up! 
  • We will contact you about a contingency plan should the event be postponed due to rain. 

Please note that San Diego County COVID-19 safety protocols will be enforced, additionally, we will have designated volunteers serving food. Hand sanitizer, masks, and social distancing are encouraged! 

Youth4Climate December Community Service Hour Program Meeting
Dec 5 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Youth4Climate's new Community Service Hour Program is geared towards students who want to receive community service hours to go on college applications or resumés by doing concrete, supportive tasks for Y4C. At our monthly Community Service Hour Programs, volunteers will have the opportunity to sign up for tasks in the following areas:

  • Volunteer Coordination + Education and Outreach
  • Communications + marketing
  • Policy and Campaigns
  • Events and Program Support

Our goal is for all volunteers to feel excited and inspired about the work that they're doing and build confidence in their ability to make a difference!

Register now, and share this opportunity with friends and classmates!

Attend the County Board of Supervisors Meeting with SanDiego350
Dec 8 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Come make your voice heard at this County Board of Supervisors (BoS) meeting by giving a public comment. Join our chorus to ensure the County sets BOLD goals to combat this existential crisis. We will guide you through the process and provide talking points about our policy priorities at the county level. Come make your voice heard for environmental justice!

Please sign up to speak and we will contact you with more information. You can help even if you can't be at the meeting. It's easier than you think and really makes a difference!

SanDiego350 Action Hour
Dec 9 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Join us for San Diego 350's action hour, focusing on doing the work around organizing for climate-friendly policy in San Diego. We will meet bi-weekly and focus each week on taking concrete action and learning more about how YOU can impact an issue.

Speak up on Transportation Justice at the SANDAG Board of Directors Meeting with SanDiego350
Dec 10 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) is moving towards adopting its Regional Plan (RP) that will affect San Diego through 2050 and beyond. Currently, transportation is responsible for 41% of greenhouse gas emissions in the San Diego County region due to a long over-reliance on private vehicles and roads. With climate impacts worsening – including droughts, fires, and rising sea levels – we cannot wait to enact the bold changes we need to reduce emissions.

We applaud SANDAG for advancing this plan, which is the boldest that SANDAG has proposed in decades because it takes the first step in pivoting the region away from a car-centric future to one that prioritizes transit and active transportation. However, SANDAG must take further steps to reduce emissions and support transit equity, including adopting the San Diego Transportation Equity Working Group’s 10 transit lifelines. SANDAG will be voting on the plan during this meeting, join us to push them to be bold on transit priorities.

Join us at the next SANDAG board meeting to speak up for better public transit! Once you sign up, we will contact you with more information. It's easier than you think and really makes a difference!

Celebration for a Brighter Future
Jan 22 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

SanDieg350 is excited to announce our first in-person fundraiser in two years! Mark your calendars for an inspiring afternoon of live music, speakers, food, and more at Centro Cultural de la Raza in Balboa Park.

We’ll be celebrating SanDiego350’s 10th anniversary and a decade of climate action, in a Covid-safe, mostly outdoors event. 

We hope you’ll join us!  Keep an eye out for more details and ticket sales later coming soon.