Pres. Obama: #NoDAPL and Keep it in the Ground!
Oct 24 @ 7:00 am – 12:00 pm

Join us to call on President Obama (who is in San Diego a fundraiser), to use his last months in office to keep fossil fuels in the ground. He can call a stop to the Dakota Access Pipeline, prevent leasing any new federal lands for oil, gas and coal extraction, and more.

The Pres will drive by “sometime” in the morning so we’re starting at 7 am. You could probably arrive at 8 and maybe later but parking will be harder and at some point they’ll shut down roads for the Pres’ motorcade. We’ll move closer to the actual address (9706 La Jolla Farms Rd) as the time approaches.

We’ll stand on a corner near the fundraiser he is headlining to raise awareness as his motorcade goes by and hopefully get local media.


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NOTE: Parking is tough up by UCSD. Our best guesses:

  • La Jolla Shores south of Azul St. (north of there is only 2-hr parking)
  • Torrey Pines Rd or La Jolla Scenic Drive south of La Jolla Village Dr (a 10+ min walk)
  • Paid parking on the UCSD campus in Parking Lot #103 (East side of Torrey Pines a couple of blocks south of the action, buy a ticket from the machine – $2 per hour)

Bring a sign! Ideas here.

Partners: California Nurses Association,  Artful Activist

Below – a photo from last time we greeted President Obama with over 100 people in La Jolla in 2014, and called on him to stop the Keystone Pipeline.


“No Way On Measure A” Press Event
Oct 27 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

On October 27 the third press event of the campaign to defeat Measure A will be held. We need a crowd to show support and hold signs.



Measure A is one of the ballot measures that we will be voting on in November. It is sponsored by SANDAG, the San Diego Association of Governments. If it passes, it will increase our sales tax by half a cent for 40 years to pay for a grab bag of different projects that won’t address climate change and won’t move us to a 21st century transportation system that prioritizes transit. The measure is opposed by both the Democratic and Republican parties, all the climate groups in San Diego, as well as unions, health advocates, etc.

SD350 is part of the Quality of Life Coalition that is opposed to the ballot measure and is working to defeat it. We hope that you will join us in voting against it and help us get the word out to others.

Join SanDiego350 and our allies in a public health related press conference with the California Nurses Association.

Election Day! Vote!
Nov 8 @ 7:00 am – 8:00 pm

This is your friendly SanDiego350 reminder to be sure to vote on November 8, 2016 (if you haven’t already submitted your ballot).

Climate change policies are riding on this election. So do your civic duty 🙂

One to One Training
Nov 10 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Meeting with a new or potential member can be one of the best ways to share why we are passionate about addressing climate change and to highlight how new members can get involved in the important and impactful work that we are doing at SanDiego350. The one to one training is an opportunity for established SanDiego350 members to learn how they can hold an effective one to one meeting with new members that are interested in joining SanDiego350 or with members that want to become more involved.

The one to one training will highlight the following topics:

  • Discuss the purpose and goals of a one to one
  • Outline the process of preparing for and running a one to one meeting
  • Give updates on and review the SanDiego350 teams, current projects and volunteer opportunities
  • Provide information on current volunteer opportunities

This will be a fun event that will give you the opportunity to connect with longstanding members of SanDiego350 and will  be a refresher on all the great work that we are doing.  As someone that inspires members by sharing your passion in a one to one meeting you will play an integral role in SanDiego350’s continued growth and influence.

Please RSVP now!

Thank you for your support on this important project!

Tell Army Corps: NoDAPL!
Nov 15 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

On Tuesday Native Americans, environmentalists, nurses and others will come together in a solidarity action to call on President Obama and the Army Corps of Engineers to revoke the permits for this dirty oil pipeline.

This day of action is part of a broader call to action happening across the country targeting decision makers & stakeholders at every level. We hope to call attention to the brave water and land protectors at Standing Rock and encourage President Obama to stop the pipeline.

We’ll have speakers, postcards to the Army Corps, music and more. Join us! Please register below and share!

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Print and distribute these flyers.

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SD350 Monthly Meeting
Nov 15 @ 6:45 pm – 8:15 pm

Join us for the SanDiego350 November Membership Meeting located at La Jolla Village Square shopping mall. This is a great way to learn what SanDiego350 is working on, how you can get involved, and to meet like-minded climate activists.

Community Room is downstairs by the movie theater box office.

We encourage carpooling to all of our events. If you’d like to carpool, please use this carpooling app. If you have any difficulties or questions, email

Orientation Chat
Nov 17 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Are you considering becoming a member (or do you know someone who is interested)?  Want to know more about SanDiego350 and what a member does?
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.

6:30 pm Refreshments and mixer (optional)
7:00pm to 8:00 pm Program
The venue is a member’s home, SD 92110 (near Clairemont).  After you RSVP, we’ll send you the address. Questions? Email us.

Reflect & Re-Imagine
Nov 19 @ 4:00 pm – 6:15 pm

A free, informal post-election meetup to decompress, debrief, reflect and re-imagine.

If you’re inclined to process with us, we invite you to an informal meetup to Reflect and Re-Imagine with us. Spend time with like minded people to absorb what this election means and what the next steps are to fight for climate justice given the cards we’ve been dealt.groupchat

Let’s leverage the local wins (of which we had many). Let’s explore opportunities for improving climate action & policy locally & nationally, with the recent election outcomes as our point of reference.

Featuring free hugs and uplifting artistic performances by local eco musician Ashley Mazanec.

​​​​​​​Wine, beer (21+) and light snacks will be served. A $5-10 cash donation or potluck dish is suggested to help cover costs for San Diego 350.

The venue is a member’s residence in La Jolla. After you RSVP, we’ll send you the address.

Art Build for “Justice Can’t Wait”
Nov 26 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

On Saturday, Nov 26 we will be making signs and art for “Justice Can’t Wait” taking place on Nov 29.


We’ll be making some amazing banners to support the November 29 Justice Can’t Wait march, including banners on racial justice, climate justice, #NoDAPL, immigration, and fight for $15.

No art skills or supplies necessary. Friends and kids welcome.

Have fun! Meet cool people! Make art!

This is at Masada’s house in La Mesa. Email or call 619-335-1265 with questions.

Note: We could use additional folding tables (just bring them) and also a sewing machine and someone who knows how to use it…. thank you

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Justice Can’t Wait!
Nov 29 @ 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Join us for a national day of action that brings together advocates for racial, economic, environmental, and climate justice. We’ll join a march that is about 1.4 miles long starting at the Federal Building and ending by City College around 7:30 pm (the route is south on Front to Market, east on Market to 11th Ave, north on 11th Ave to A Street).


Meeting time and location for the Environmental and Climate Justice Contingent:

We’ll meet starting at 4:30 pm at the lawn on the north west corner of Front and F Streets (south side of the Federal Building) to distribute signs and organize ourselves. We’ll leave the gathering area about 4:45 pm to get in place as a contingent in front of the Federal Building.

Environmental and Climate Justice Action

As part of the environmental/climate justice components we are focusing on the climate, environmental justice and public health implications of local transportation choices (with Roddy Jerome, a volunteer with the Environmental Health Coalition), as well as standing in solidarity with Standing Rock to support indigenous rights and oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline (with speakers Bobby Wallace of the Barona Band of Mission Indians and the Kumeyaay Nation and Gina Tiger-Madueno of the Hunkpapa Lakota Nation, and Gerald Danforth of the Oneida Nation – leading a round dance).

This will take place around 6:30-7 pm on 11th Avenue near C Street, so if you can’t make it by 5:30 pm, plan on joining us along the route or at this specific action.


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Local musical artist Odessa Kane will perform along the route.

Bring signs, banners, and bullhorns – Together we will send a clear message that any efforts to block wage increases, gut workers’ rights, deport immigrants, destroy our planet and communities, or support racism or racist policies, will be met with unrelenting opposition.


  • SEIU
  • Labor Council
  • California Nurses Association / National Nurses United
  • Alliance San Diego
  • Environmental Health Coalition
  • Interfaith Center for Worker Justice
  • National Action Network San Diego
  • People over Profits
  • Center for Policy Initiatives