Orientation Chat – February
Feb 25 @ 6:15 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us for a SanDiego350 “Orientation Chat”
Are you considering becoming a member (or do you know someone who is interested)? Come early to the Monthly Membership Meeting and find out about us!

For February, we will be meeting in our office, Rm. 205, at 3900 Cleveland Ave.

Learn more about our organization and activities in a low-key, welcoming setting. Meet members, ask questions, see how we are organized and what we’re doing, and explore opportunities for getting involved.

Stick around for our Monthly Membership Meeting at 7:00 pm to get involved right away: Sign up here

SanDiego350 Monthly Membership Meeting – February
Feb 25 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

At our monthly meetings we hear updates from our teams, talk about upcoming events and volunteering opportunities and typically have breakout sessions or a guest speaker. It's a good way to learn about the organization and meet like-minded volunteers. New and long-time members are equally welcome!

Featured Presentations: 

March 3rd Ballot Measure Recommendations

Hear from the Legislative Subcommittee to get insight on their ballot recommendations for the March 3rd vote. 

Presentation Team Overview

Learn about the role of the presentation team: the team members, who they present to, the type of presentations they offer, how to get involved, and how to book a presentation.

Upcoming Events

Also learn about upcoming events and how to get involved:

  • April Climate Strikes
  • July Fundraiser

Southbay Eco Justice
Feb 26 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm

Welcome southbay community residents!  Would you like to see sustainability projects created by Hilltop High students and other Chula Vista high school students on Saturday, March 21 from 11 AM to 3 PM?  Would you like to watch a movie "Before the Flood"?  Would you like to sign up to join the Chula Vista Climate Challenge on the website? Come join us on Wednesday, February 26 at 6:30 PM at the Civic Center Library 365 F St Chula Vista.

We need your help with Earth Day tabling on April 4 at 373 Parkway in Chula Vista for 2 hour shifts from 11 AM to 4 PM.

Are you interested in helping out on a Transportation Chat at Southwestern College on Tuesday, April 14?

Watson, Beldock & Beach Concert benefiting SanDiego350
Feb 29 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Join San Diego singers/songwriters, Peggy Watson and David Beldock with bassist Paul Beach for an evening concert featuring amazing music from their new album as well as special social justice and climate themed songs.

Tickets are $20, with discounts available for students and low income community members. Delicious vegan appetizers are included. CDs of the trio’s new self-titled album "Watson, Beldock & Beach" will be available for purchase. 

All ticket sales will benefit SanDiego350 to support grassroots climate action and ensure we have a bright and sustainable future. 

Doors at 7 pm. Concert 7:30-9:30 (with 20 minute break). 

Purchase your ticket now! (you can also reserve a CD)

Space is limited so please RSVP and purchase your ticket. All tickets are first come first serve.

Videos: Live compilation /  What you gonna do about the weather? 

Peggy Watson, David Beldock, and Paul Beach perform original acoustic folk, blues and jazz. Together, the three are known for their dazzling musicianship, beautiful harmonies, and humorous stage presence. The trio is releasing a new cd in early 2020 featuring songs co-written by Watson and Beldock.
Peggy Watson is a unique musician. She is recognized as one of San Diego’s leading acoustic singer/songwriters but has been embraced by the jazz and pop world as well. With a wide vocal range, her smooth, emotional voice effortlessly moves between contemporary folk, smoky jazz, or powerful pop ballads. Watson has released nine CDs. In a review of Peggy’s recent CD, “A Good Life,” George Varga of the San Diego Union Tribune wrote, “Watson's purity of tone, pinpoint control and glorious range are matched throughout by her unerring good taste.”  

David Beldock and Peggy Watson have been frequent music collaborators for over 20 years. Beldock is widely recognized as one of San Diego’s leading guitarists. A reviewer in the L.A. Times wrote “Beldock pushes the rhythmic wagon with some of the most cracklin’ country/jazz solos and fills you’ll hear anywhere.” Beldock is also a top-notch songwriter with several awards.  His song “Feel the Wind,” won a second-place prize in the international John Lennon songwriting contest.

Bass player, Paul Beach, is a gifted musician who worked with the late singer/songwriter Larry Robinson as well as many other renowned local performers.  In the past, Beach toured with major bands in all 50 states and throughout the world. His credits include tours with Gary Puckett, Spanky and Our Gang, the Association, and the Mamas and the Papas.

Contact Masada with any questions. 

Public Policy Team Monthly Meeting- March
Mar 1 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Join us for our monthly Public Policy Team meeting!

Come out and learn more about the policy work of SanDiego350 and how you can make an impact on state and local climate change policy. At the meeting we will discuss our current policy initiatives and plan for priority policy actions in the future. 

The Public Policy Team meetings are held in the La Jolla Village Square Community Room that is next to the AMC box office, look for SanDiego350 signs. 

If you have any questions email Ryan O'Connor at 

ONLINE Monthly Membership Meeting
Mar 17 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Join us for the March Membership Meeting. We are excited to host Encinitas Mayor Catherine Blakespear. Monthly meetings are a good way to learn about the organization and meet like-minded volunteers. New and long-time members are equally welcome!

Due to the coronavirus, we will be holding this meeting on Zoom, a videoconferencing platform. Use this link to join the meeting. You can also dial in at: 669-900-6833, Meeting ID: 241-602-980 (more info on Zoom below). If you haven’t used zoom before, please download the app onto your computer or phone now, and read more about how to use zoom. You may videoconference in (with your camera on or off) or call in on your phone. We'll be online at 6:45 pm and we encourage people new to Zoom to join early to test their setup. Please also use your full name when joining along with your prefered pronouns.

Guest Speaker: Catherine Blakespear – Encinitas Mayor

Hear from Mayor Blakespear about what Encinitas is doing to combat climate change and what people can do to influence their cities to take action. You will also have an opportunity to ask her questions and hear about the projects she's initating.


We will also create space for members to share our thoughts and feelings about the COVID-19 pandemic and discuss how to prevent the spread of the virus while we continue our climate activism during this difficult time.

SanDiego350 is taking the pandemic of coronavirus (COVID-19) very seriously, and urges everyone to heed to governmental precautionary measures in this difficult time. According to medical leaders, the coronavirus is spreading faster than our government and our doctors can track it, test for it, or contain it. As a result, SanDiego350 has decided to cancel all in person gatherings for at least the next several weeks. We will move as many events and volunteering opportunities as possible online and continue our work to fight climate change even as we fight this disease and its impacts on our community. As the situation evolves we will make decisions about future events. Thank you for your continued support and stay safe! Read SD350's full coronavirus update here

Youth Climate Action Summit! (ONLINE)
Apr 4 @ 9:45 am – 1:00 pm

NOTE: due to the coronavirus / COVID-19, we will hold a short, online version of the Youth Climate Action Summit on Saturday April 4. We will reschedule the full-day in-person summit to sometime in May or June once such gatherings are safe. We will keep you updated. 

The Youth Climate Action Summit equips high school students to become climate leaders at their school and in their community. Youth will gain leadership and teamwork skills, knowledge, and support to effectively influence policy and inspire their peers to take meaningful action on climate change and climate justice. 

Registration: There is no cost to attend the online summit on April 4, but sign up now to receive the Zoom (videoconference) link.

We have time for 4 student mini-TED talks. Read more here and apply. 

One page overview for students and educators – google doc / pdf doc Questions? email

Learn. Organize. Act. Build A Movement to Demand Climate Action and Climate Justice.













Download quarter page flyers to share and post. 

For the full day summit we are asking each person who registers to pay $15 to help us cover expenses, materials and meals (or less or nothing if 15 is too much for you to pay). If you have already paid for the full day summit, we'll hold your registration until it is rescheduled, though you can ask us to refund you if you prefer. 

350 Network Virtual Happy Hour
Apr 10 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

In a time of social distancing it is more important than ever to find ways that we can come together and connect. The 350 network is powerful and passionate. Now when we are all finding ways to overcome the barriers of distance seem like an opportune time to meet your fellow activists across state lines.

SanDiego350 is excited to be joining with several of the stronger 350 groups, including 350 Seattle, 350 PDX (Portland), MN350 (Minnesota), and 350 Bay Area to put on a virtual social evening where we can share our wins, campaigns, and visions for the future — and socialize with familiar and new faces.

If this goes well, we'll schedule more events 🙂

You'll receive a link for zoom when you RSVP. 

SD350 Virtual Meeting and Art Build
Apr 14 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

We know that it is an extremely uncertain time and we want to make sure we are being proactive in connecting with everyone that we can. We want to hear from you on how you are adjusting to our new circumstances and how we can be a supportive community. We will also be discussing our upcoming Earth Day Virtual Climate Uprising and how you can get involved. Be sure to have some paper, markers, or whatever you can use to make a sign ready too! We will be making signs together as an act of solidarity from home.

We will be holding this meeting on Zoom, a videoconferencing platform. Use this link to join the meeting. If you haven’t used zoom before, please download the app onto your computer or phone now, and read more about how to use zoom. You may videoconference in (with your camera on or off) or call in on your phone. We'll be online at 6:45 pm and we encourage people new to Zoom to join early to test their setup.

Looking forward to connecting with you soon!

Earth Day Virtual Climate Uprising
Apr 22 @ 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Today's the big day! Join us to watch the livestream below, on the event website, or on Twitch  /  Facebook  /  YouTube  /  Twitter.

Earth Day 2020 (Wednesday, April 22) marks the 50th anniversary of the world's first major environmental movement. Unfortunately, a sustainable future for us and our children has never been more threatened. 

This year, in order to ensure everyone is safe we will be organizing actions to take place virtually. We still need your passion and expertise in helping to create change for Climate Action!

The main virtual rally will be from 12-1pm with speakers including County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher, ICU nurse Shannon Cotton, high school and college leaders, and Bobby Wallace of the Barona Band of Mission Indians (Kumeyaay Nation). 

From 1pm to 6pm, a series of workshops and panels will explore the Covid-19 disaster, environmental justice (in Spanish), the Kumeyaay perspective on climate, high school and college climate activism, living sustainably, climate activism from home, the San Diego Green New Deal, and more.

Local artists, music, and yoga mindfulness between the workshops will keep the day lively and build community. A closing session at 6 pm will refocus the urgent need for climate action. The complete program is listed here.

On the first Earth Day in 1970, 20 million Americans demonstrated for a healthy, sustainable environment in massive coast-to-coast rallies. This led to creation of the EPA and passage of the Clean Air, Clean Water, and Endangered Species Acts. We need that type of people power again!