Mobilizing our communities to win for the climate

We are building a grassroots climate movement in the Bay Area and beyond to eliminate carbon pollution and achieve a clean energy future with racial, economic, and environmental justice.

We Are Working To

Accelerate the Fossil Fuel Endgame

Our Focus:

• Stop new fossil gas infrastructure related to housing and transportation
• Prevent new permits for fracking and other extreme extraction
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Achieve 100% Clean Energy

Our Focus:

• Expand & defend Community Choice Energy
• Expand programs supporting low income ratepayers
• Support rooftop solar, microgrids, and other distributed energy resources
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End Toxic Air Pollution

Our Focus:

• Target and reduce deadly particulate matter pollution
• Eliminate diesel pollution
• Establish setbacks from fossil fuel drilling and fracking sites
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Get Gas Out of Buildings

Our Focus:

• Require all-electric new construction and major remodels
• Facilitate the shift to electric systems for home and water heating, and cooking for existing buildings
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Promote Just and Clean Transportation

Our Focus:

• Electrify vehicles of all types -- cars, trucks, buses, ferries
• Enact complete streets policies for safe mobility
• Support smart dense development
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Our Impact

10

Years of climate organizing

26,000+

Community members taking action

59

Protests and rallies organized

Awards

What we stand for

We are here for justice. The climate crisis is the justice issue of our times, magnifying the accumulation of past injustices: racial, economic and environmental. 

We welcome and mobilize growing numbers of people to act for climate & climate justice. We build deep civic engagement & advocacy essential to solve the climate crisis.

We organize, lobby and educate to push policy makers to meet the urgency of the climate emergency.

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Action

Save Rooftop Solar in California

What we need: Outreach to Gov Newsom: calls, tweets (scroll down for example tweets), pressure from other electeds Letters to the Editor and OpEds Outreach to Elected Officials, asking them

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