In the News
Comments by SanDiego350 Board President, Joyce Lane.
Coverage of SD350’s Sempra Protest with images of chalk art telling Sempra to stop exporting and burning fracked gas. Commentary by SD350’s Scott Kelley saying the climate crisis should not be controversial.
Coverage of chalk drawing and Sempra Energy protest. Includes commentary by SD350’s Scott Kelley on the urgency of the climate crisis amidst heat waves and extreme weather events globally.
SD350’s Scott Kelley comments on why it is so urgent that President Biden stop SEMPRA from exporting and burning fracked gas.
Peter Sloan, Sandiego350’s Campaign Coordinator, comments on the San Diego Unified School district’s approval of the fossil fuel free resolution.
Coverage of Youth4Climate youth activists Emma Weibel and Theo Martien and SanDiego350’s Campaign Coordinator Peter Sloan speaking on why it’s critical to electrify everything at SDUSD.
SD350’s Scott Kelley and Masada Disenhouse join Steve Weyer on the Stay Classy San Diego podcast to talk about the existential threat climate change poses regionally, climate equity, and what policies our local leaders can implement now to reduce reliance on fossil fuels.
Coverage of the event organized by our sister org Interfaith Coalition for Earth Justice with support from SD350 – quotes from both orgs.
SD350 executive director Masada Disenhouse comments on the climate and environmental justice impacts of Sempra’s project to expand LNG exports
News coverage of the “Biden: Declare a Climate Emergency” rally, January 21, 2023 on two channels: KFMB-8 and KGTV-10. Interview with SanDiego350’s, Maria Rivera.
Hundreds of San Diegans passionate about environmental justice joined thousands of others nationwide Saturday to call on the White House to take action.
Watch SanDiego350’s Youth v. Oil member Ryan Berberet in a conversation about climate, justice, and activism.
Solar advocates rallied in support of changing a California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) plan to rewrite the state’s net energy metering (NEM) rules. Comments from Danica Tomayo, SanDiego350’s Legislative Committee Co-Chair.
Environmentalists, utility critics and workers in the solar energy industry rallied Thursday 12/1 calling on the California Public Utilities Commission to not make changes to the amount rooftop solar customers are compensated when their systems generate excess electricity. Comments from Peter Sloan, Campaign Coordinator for SanDiego350.