January Transportation Campaign Meeting

Sierra Club, Berkeley 2530 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley, CA

Sierra Club Office, 2530 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley We typically meet on the 1st Sunday of the month, and January will see us on the East side of the Bay.–Sierra Club — 2530 San Pablo Ave.  1:00 – 3:00 PM Reduce your vehicle miles traveled:  call-in available via Zoom! (see link below) AGENDA—see google doc here […]

LABOR-RISE WORKING GROUP MEETING

IFPTE Local 21 1167 Mission St. Floor 2, San Francisco,, CA

This working group is mobilizing the labor movement for a Labor Contingent in the march and to secure labor organization endorsements. Help build a massive labor turnout for the Labor Contingent on September 8th in SF! Your RSVP will assure we have sufficient food at http://doodle.com/poll/g2q5xktfdgkiv7wt.

Art Build: Brown’s Last Chance

Bridge Storage and Artspace 23 Maine Avenue, Richmond, CA

Join us to build a HUGE 10 foot-by-50 foot banner demanding Governor Brown walk his climate talk and take on oil and gas production in California. This banner will be a major presence at the September 8th Rise for Climate, Jobs and Justice march in San Francisco. We’ll be marching together under the banner of […]

Art Build: #MMIW and Women For Climate Justice

Bridge Storage and Artspace 23 Maine Avenue, Richmond, CA

Bay Area, California Allies – please join us on August 11th for a second art build with the amazing movement artist, David Solnit – to prepare signs and flags for the Rise for Climate, Jobs, Justice march in September! This art build is a collaboration between women organizing for the Women for Climate Justice contingent […]

Cultura y Cambio/ Culture and Change Fest (former Noche Sabrosa)

Community Church of Sebastopol 1000 Gravenstein Hwy North, Sebastopol, CA

The North Bay Organizing Projects’ annual fundraiser is coming around quickly, Saturday August 18th, 6:00 – 10:00pm! The “Cultura y Cambio/ Culture and Change Fest” seeks to not only raise funds for NBOP, but to also highlight the cultural strategy we have been developing over the past year for our political, spiritual and physical needs. […]

Art & Music Party: Climate March Labor Contingent

SEIU 1020 Office 350 Rhode Island Street, Enter on Kansas & 17th, CA

On September 8th in San Francisco, we will Rise for Climate, Jobs & Justice as the anchor to a global mobilization to push for real climate action! (http://www.facebook.com/events/642294126103875/) Join us to make art and practice songs so that we can have a loud, proud and good lookin’ labor contingent in the march! 2pm: Banner making […]

Santa Cruz Planning for Sep 8

Live Oak Grange 1900 17th Ave, Santa Cruz, CA

We need all local cities to declare a Climate Emergency and really dedicate to big changes. This rally will be a great attention getter and way to enroll more people. We’ll plan ride sharing/train-buddies – art, banners etc. Optional potluck at 6:30pm, everyone welcome!

Climate Action Speaker Series + Climate March Sign Making Party

Patagonia 770 North Point, San Francisco, CA

On September 8, thousands will convene in San Francisco for the largest climate march the West Coast has ever seen. Together, marchers will Rise for Climate, Jobs & Justice with Peoples Climate Movement as part of a global day of action to demand our elected leaders commit to no new fossil fuels and a just […]

Pushing Change: Shorts From China’s Environmental Edge

Cowell Theater at Fort Mason 2 Marina Boulevard, San Francisco, CA

Buddhism uplifts a Chinese reporter tracking environmental crises; an American photographer documents panda habitat conservationists; a bird’s arrival in Taiwan showcases dislocation by ecosystem destruction; humans move to follow clean water in North China; and a famous filmmaker looks at China’s pollution-plagued cities. With Shorts: SEARCHING FOR SACRED MOUNTAIN, Shi Lihong & Gary Marcuse GUANBA: […]

$15

Symphony for Nature with Steiger Butte Singers and Drummers

Cowell Theater at Fort Mason 2 Marina Boulevard, San Francisco, CA

California Premiere – The behind-the-scenes story of how classical musicians joined with indigenous drummers for a stunning performance of Natural History, a new composition by Michael Gordon inspired by Oregon’s breathtaking Crater Lake. Featuring the Britt Orchestra and the Klamath Tribe drum group Steiger Butte Singers, in a dynamic interaction between this extraordinary musical experience […]

$15

Wilder than Wild: Fire, Forests, and the Future

Cowell Theater at Fort Mason 2 Marina Boulevard, San Francisco, CA

Wilder than Wild is a documentary film about wildfires and climate change. The San Francisco Green Film Festival will host its San Francisco premiere on the evening of the global climate march. Members of the Yurok Tribe who are in the film, having restored the traditional ecological practice of cultural fire, will march on September […]

$15

Warrior Women

Cowell Theater at Fort Mason 2 Marina Boulevard, San Francisco, CA

California Premiere – Famed Indigenous activist Madonna Thunder Hawk and her daughter Marcella are highlighted in this uplifting documentary about an indomitable spirit undeterred by age or government apathy. From the rise of the American Indian Movement (AIM) to the Wounded Knee incident of 1973, and most recently the North Dakota Access Pipeline protest, WARRIOR […]

$15

Join the Aerial Human Mandala for Climate Justice!

Crissy Field 1199 E Beach Street, San Francisco, CA

On September 9, 2018, we invite you to join us at Crissy Field for an immersive experience where we’ll co-create an iconic visual message to the world that will be filmed from the sky. This artistic ritual will be fueled by people power as we share our collective intention to manifest a regenerative future. This […]

RISE Against Climate Capitalism

55 Cyril Magnin St. San Francisco, CA

People of the world are being led astray by polluting industries and elected officials promoting climate capitalist systems like carbon trading and carbon tax shell games. These systems do nothing to stop the fossil fuel industry from continuing to cause climate disruption. They allow the fossil fuel industry to continue to harm Indigenous people and […]

Native Voices: SPEAKING WITH THE EARTH

Native Voices: SPEAKING WITH THE EARTH 855 Treat Ave., San Francisco, CA

San Francisco POET LAUREATE KIM SHUCK and six other Native performers, including popular Bay Area radio personality AVOTCJA, emeritus Poet Laureate of Ukiah, LINDA NOEL, award winning Osage singer and dancer DUANE BIG EAGLE, master Hula teacher MAHEALANI UCHIYAMA, and others. Sponsored by Freedom Voices Publications and graciously hosted by the San Francisco Mime Troupe. […]

Infinite Cycle

41 Ross 41 Ross Alley, San Francisco, CA

Infinite Cycle Location: 41 Ross DATES: SEPTEMBER 11 – OCTOBER 21 OPENING RECEPTION: SEPTEMBER 11, 6-8PM ARTISTS TALK: SEPTEMBER 12, 7-8PM GALLERY OPEN HOURS: THU – SUN, 11AM-4PM Participating Artists: Stephanie Cheung, Dancecology, Gao Ling, Lee Pei-yu, Cathy Lu, Francis Sollano, Weston Teruya, TRES Art Collective Join the global creative conversation on Climate Change! Chinese […]

Play for the Planet

San Francisco Public Library 100 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA

We will be providing a space for the public to creatively provide their thoughts on “what they want the future to sound like.” We have some great performers lined up including the Berkeley Poet Laureate and Andrew Revkin of Dot Earth fame and now with NatGeo. We also have quite a wide array of musical […]

Film screening and panel discussion on impacts of forest biomass energy

Children’s Creativity Museum 221 4th St., San Francisco, CA

PFPI will host two screenings of BURNED: Are Trees the New Coal?, an award-winning 2017 documentary examining the wood pellet and bioenergy industry in the U.S. and abroad. Following each screening, there will be a moderated panel/audience discussion on the social and environmental impacts of burning forest wood to generate electricity. On Wednesday night, Sept. […]

Are Trees the New Coal? Film screening and panel discussion on impacts of forest biomass energy

Children’s Creativity Museum 221 4th St., San Francisco, CA

PFPI will host two screenings of BURNED: Are Trees the New Coal?, an award-winning 2017 documentary examining the wood pellet and bioenergy industry in the U.S. and abroad. Following each screening, there will be a moderated panel/audience discussion on the social and environmental impacts of burning forest wood to generate electricity. On Wednesday night, Sept. […]