Events

Nov
19
Thu
Youth4Climate Indigenous Education Event
Nov 19 @ 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm

Join the Youth4Climate community in conversation with Jordan Daniel, a member of the Kul Wicasa Oyate tribe of North Dakota. Jordan is an activist and runner and will speak about her perspective as a Native American woman. Indigenous justice is climate justice; this event is aimed at bringing awarness to the true history of Thanksgiving. We will also include action items for raising awarness at the Thanksgiving table and have a reslience exercise to help attendees honor the land they are on. 

Orientation Chat
Nov 19 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Join SD350 for a fun and informative Orientation Chat! This is an opportunity to attend a meet and greet style event where you can learn more about SD350 and our volunteer opportunities. We look forward to seeing you at the virtual event!

 

Nov
21
Sat
Cultivating Resilience Workshop
Nov 21 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Join Interfaith Coalition for Earth Justice and SanDiego350 for an online workshop, Cultivating Resilience. These times of uncertainty, chaos, and transformation require that we attend to our body, mind, and spirit. We need tools to keep us connected, resilient, and restored. In this workshop, the Rev. Dr. Beth Johnson and Rev. Kurt Kuhwald will guide us through practices that provide a foundation for resilience and hope. The workshop draws from the evolving edge of the Work that Reconnects developed by root teacher, Joanna Macy, and the spiral of the Work that Reconnects.

We are asking participants to make a contribution according to their means so that we can compensate our amazing presenters (all proceeds will be used to pay presenters). No one will be turned away for inability to pay. 

 

Dec
3
Thu
Intro to Building Electrification Webinar
Dec 3 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Building electrification, which refers to using electrical power as the sole energy source of a building rather than a mix of electricity and gas, is key to moving towards the City’s clean energy goals. Join us at this event to learn more about building electrification, hear about cities that have achieved building electrification, and explore how to take action in San Diego.

Register to receive the Zoom link!

 

 

 

Dec
5
Sat
Orientation Chat
Dec 5 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm





Join SD350 for a fun and informative Orientation Chat! This is an opportunity to attend a meet and greet style event where you can learn more about SD350 and our volunteer opportunities. We look forward to seeing you at the virtual event!


Dec
10
Thu
Y4C Youth Appreciation Party
Dec 10 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

On December 10th, at 4 PM PDT, Youth4Climate will be holding a Youth Appreciation Party to commerate youth who have helped out during this term. In this Youth Appreciation Party, Y4C has fun games and events planned to show how grateful we are for all the youth in San Diego who have come together to make their voices heard for climate justice. 

Zoom Link This link will also be sent to you before the meeting.

Dec
12
Sat
Party 4 the Planet!
Dec 12 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Join SD350 for Party for the Planet on Saturday, December 12 at 4:00pm! Journey with us "Under the Sea" for a fun party that includes prizes and games as we celebrate our volunteers and supporters and look back on our 2020 accomplishments. There will be a prize for best dressed so make sure to look up sustainable costumes on Pinterest. Get ready for bingo, trivia, dancing and more. It'll be a whale of a time! Register TODAY!

  • Happy Hour
  • Activities 
  • Prizes 
  • Community  

Jan
19
Tue
January Monthly Meeting – Benefits of Plant-Based Eating
Jan 19 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

How Plant-Based Eating Combats Climate Change 

Join SanDiego350 for our January 2021 monthly meeting which will be held virtually on January 19th from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. 

This meeting will feature a panel of various professionals discussing the health and climate benefits of plant-based eating and regenerative agriculture. 

Panelists include:

Riley Healey, RD

Riley is a registered dietitian who works at Eisenhower Medical Center as the clinical ICU dietitian. She holds a degree in Food and Nutrition Science with an emphasis in Dietetics from the California State Polytechnic University of Pomona where she also completed her dietetic internship specializing in medical nutrition therapy. As a dietitian, she uses evidence-based research to guide her practice in preventing, managing and treating a wide variety of chronic diseases. Riley is passionate about helping others lead healthier, more sustainable lifestyles through the power of nutrition.

 

Rachal Hamilton, C.E.A.A.L. 

As a Sociology major at Southwestern College and the campus’ student Vice President, Rachal is constantly advocating for her community and creating change wherever she goes. In tandem with her work in SanDiego350 as the Justice and Equity Intern and on her school's campus, Rachal is also working as the founder of an all Femme, BIPOC-led social justice organization named, C.E.A.A.L. (Community, Environmental Justice, Academia, Abolition, and Liberation). Her organization primarily focuses on providing plant-based meals and other resources (like clothing, blankets, wellness items) to both the housing insecure community and the queer, Black Femme community in San Diego.

 

Johnny Wilson, Ecology Center

Johnny leads farming efforts at the Ecology Center. He got turned on to agriculture in college through the Environmental Studies program at UCSC. That's where he discovered that a lot of our environmental and social problems (if not all) come down to how we as humans produce food; nitrification of rivers and oceans due to run off of chemical fertilizers, deforestation for annual crop production, and excessive tillage and fossil fuel use that emits more carbon into the atmosphere. He wanted to be a part of the solution and felt that getting into organic agriculture was a good way to live a life that provided an alternative to the current trajectory of destruction and loss of biodiversity on the planet. 

 

Maddie McMurray, San Diego 350

Maddie McMurray (she/her) is the co-chair of SanDiego350's Food & Soil Committee and a member of the Member Engagement Team. She has a vested interest in plant-based eating, reducing food waste, and environmental justice. 

Jan
21
Thu
Orientation Chat
Jan 21 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm

Want to become a more active climate action supporter in San Diego? Are you interested in building a social network of climate activists? Join SD350's Orientation Chat on Thursday, January 21 from 7:00 – 8:15pm for a new member mixer. The Orientation Chat is a great way to meet other volunteers and learn more about SD350. This event is highly recommended for all newer SD350 members. Register TODAY! Join the movement NOW as we continue to work on climate action initiatives in 2021. 

 

 

Jan
22
Fri
Fracking & Our Future
Jan 22 @ 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm

The Youth v. Oil campaign is hosting a webinar centered around educating the issue of oil drilling in California! We will discuss climate justice and the environmental impacts that are caused by fracking. 

Come to hear from multiple panelists speak about their personal experiences with living near fracking sites, how they are aiding the movement and mobilizing people to stand up against the fossil fuel industry.

This event is organized entirely by youth climate activists from San Diego! Youth v. Oil is currently organizing a campaign with the purpose of urging Governor Newsom to stop issuing new fracking permits and to create a solid plan to phase out oil drilling in California. At our webinar, we will discuss our campaign and how you can support youth climate leaders! This event is open to anyone (adults and youth). Please join our webinar to learn more about oil drilling, hear from influential community organizers, and help San Diego youth protect their future!