Good Jobs, Zero Waste Forum

Christ Church United Methodist 1717 Yulupa Ave, Santa Rosa, CA

Lauren Ahkiam will review best practices and policy for good jobs and zero waste and tell the story of the Don’t Waste LA campaign. Learn about the changes coming to Sonoma County and how you can get involved and support the process. Don’t Waste LA is a coalition of community, environmental, faith and labor organizations […]

What’s Up with Utility Bills?

Oakstop 1721 Broadway #201, Oakland, CA

Having trouble understanding your gas and electric bills and why they keep going up? Come find out how to read, understand and take control of your utility bill as Local Clean Energy Alliance hosts Kirsten Andrews-Schwind, from Peninsula Clean Energy, and Mark Toney, from TURN (The Utility Reform Network) explain: • All those charges and […]

The National Heirloom Expo

Sonoma County Fairgrounds 1350 Bennett Valley Rd, Santa Rosa, CA

Sonoma County's National Heirloom Expo is three packed days of talks, demonstrations, & more including many talks dealing with regenerative agriculture and climate. Speakers include Dr. Vandana Shiva, Robert Kennedy Jr., Eric Holt-Gimenez, & many more. Tickets can be purchased at the gate either for one day or all three. Expo website Expo schedule Facebook […]

Electric Vehicle Incentives Workshop

Ortega Branch Library 3223 Ortega Street, San Francisco, CA

Everything you need to know about buying an electric car – from tax credits to fuel rebates. The San Francisco Department of the Environment will walk you through what’s available: Rebates ($500 from PG&E) Tax credits (up to up to $7,500 federal and $1,500 – $5,000 state) Programs and resources, Plus a sneak peak at additional discounts offered on select […]

Drive Electric in Marin County

Bon Air Center 50 Bon Air Center #200, Greenbrae, CA

See new electric cars on display by the Golden Gate Electric Vehicle Association. Test drive an electric car.  Talk with EV drivers who have been enjoying the superior driving experience of an electric vehicle, and saving money by not buying gas and not paying huge maintenance bills. Find out how to reduce the purchase cost with tax credits, California rebates, Low Carbon […]

Drive Electric in Berkeley

Berkeley Farmers Market 1980 Allston Way, Berkelely, CA

It's time to make the switch to zero emission cars. Electric Vehicles (EVs) are more affordable than ever! Test drive the latest EV models Talk to local EV owners Find resources on purchasing and leasing, including rebates, tax credits and SunShares discounts Already own an EV?  Register to showcase your vehicle and share your EV experience. To display […]

Drive Electric at Hilltop Auto Row in Richmond

Hilltop Auto Row 3280 Auto Plaza, Richmond, CA

Join us to test drive and kick the tires of of electric cars at Richmond’s Auto Row. National Drive Electric Week website Learn about Bay Area SunShares: Sign up before November 10th for discounts on solar and electric vehicles!

Drive Electric at the Richmond Public Library

parking lot across from the Richmond Public Library 440 Civic Center Plaza, Richmond, CA

Free and open to the public to learn more about electric vehicles, electric bikes, EV chargers, ownership, and financing. See Envision Solar’s mobile EV Arc Solar Charger Bring the whole family! There will be music, food and fun give-aways for attendees. For additional information, contact Denée Evans (510) 621-1718 About National Drive Electric Week Presented […]

Drive Electric in Benicia

Benicia Farmers' Market 90 1st St, Benicia, CA

This will be an exhibition of electric vehicles with owners to talk to and cars to check out.  This event is aimed at people who would like to learn more about electric cars. Register to attend and bring your own EV, and you’ll be entered to win a chance at a $250 gift card. Stay […]

The Cap & Trade Scam

National Nurses United 155 Grand Ave, Oakland, CA

A public forum on “The Cap and Trade Scam:  What the Hell Just Happened? Where Do We Go from Here?” will take a close, critical look at AB 398, the controversial extension of California’s carbon pollution trading program. In two fateful weeks in July, Governor Jerry Brown managed to ram this bill through the mostly Democratic legislature—a bill […]

Colleen Patrick-Goudreau: The Compassionate (Climate) Diet

First Presbyterian Church 72 Kensington Rd., San Anselmo, CA

On Sept. 19th at 6:30pm, at the First Presbyterian Church in San Anselmo, 350Marin’s Climate-Diet Team and Green Chautauqua will present an evening with best selling writer Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, author of the Joy of Vegan Baking and the Food for Thought podcast.  Colleen will be speaking on the myths and facts surrounding the “climate friendly” diet. […]

Drive Electric in San Francisco

West Sunset Playground 3223 Ortega St., San Francisco, 94122

Ride and Drive.  Come out and test drive Electric Vehicles!   SF Car Dealerships will be bringing their newest electric cars for you to try. Talk to EV owners about what it’s like day to day to drive an EV. As part of the Sunset Community Festival, Golden Gate Electric Vehicle Association and 350SF are sponsoring […]

Come hear how they do it in Germany

Oakland City Hall 1 Frank H Ogawa Plaza, Oakland, CA

Wolfram Morales, Chief Economist for Sparkasse, the association of local public banks in Germany, will explain the role of these institutions in speeding the development of local renewable resources such as solar and wind, at this panel discussion in City Hall. Joining Wolfram will be: Nicolas Chaset, CEO of East Bay Community Energy (Alameda County’s […]

Indigenous Voices: Resisting Oil Extraction in Colombian Cloud Forests

Intertribal Friendship House 523 International Blvd, Oakland, CA

When: 6pm for women 7pm open to everyone You are invited to spend an evening with Aura Tegría Cristancho, U'wa indigenous woman lawyer, who is an integral force in the protections of indigenous rights and forests in Colombia. The U'wa consider themselves the guardians of their sacred ancestral homeland. In accordance with their natural laws, […]

First Mile/Last Mile Transportation Strategic Plan

Richmond Memorial Auditorium 403 Civic Center Plaza, Richmond, CA

We need to increase the use of public transportation — but how will people get to the bus stop or transit station? Planners call this the first mile/last mile problem and it’s crucial to our climate and environmental future. The City of Richmond invites you to a workshop to share ideas for a strategic plan to address the […]

How can environmental tech influence policy? An exercise in bridge-building.

Manylabs 1086 Folsom St, San Francisco, CA

How can environmental tech influence policy? This event will be an exercise in bridge-building featuring four speakers and open discussion focused on identifying collaborative projects. Jennifer Wells, a 350 Bay Area Speakers' Bureau member, is one of the presenters. She will give a short talk and then serve on the panel discussing climate issues. Please […]

Family Fest at Sunday Streets, Excelsior

Mission St San Francisco, CA

Do we need Clean Power?  Houston, the West Coast of Florida,  Puerto Rico, St Martins, Dominica  have been ravaged by hurricane force winds and flooding. So what should we do?  Let's get off fossil fuels and start with 100% renewable energy from wind and solar! We'll be signing people up for 100% renewable energy with […]

Jackie Day: The Vegan Way

Book Passage 51 Tamal Vista Blvd, Corte Madera, CA

Join 350Marin and vegan author Jackie Day on November 5th at 4pm at the Book Passage in Corte Madera, as she talks about her new book The Vegan Way.  Find out how central a vegan diet (or if you feel you can’t go vegan immediately, lowering your meat consumption) can boost your health and help address the climate crisis at the same time.  […]

Bill McKibben talk on his new book, Radio Free Vermont

Book Passage 51 Tamal Vista Blvd, Corte Madera, CA

"I hope no one secedes, but I also hope that Americans figure out creative ways to resist injustice and create communities where everybody counts. We've got a long history of resistance in Vermont and this book is testimony to that fact." -- Bernie Sanders A book that's also the beginning of a movement, Bill McKibben's debut […]

Standing with Standing Rock to Standing with the Sapara

3746 39th Ave Oakland, CA

“The existence of our people is in grave danger. We have resolved in multiple assemblies, congresses, and indigenous declarations that we don’t want extractive industry like oil exploitation in our territory.” -Gloria Ushigua Santi Maria Dorsey will be sharing her stories of Standing Rock and the work of the Sapara people in the Amazon, in […]

Solar Preparedness Charger Workshop

Sebastopol Grange 6000 Sebastopol Ave, Sebastopol, CA

Workshop: Build your own Solar Notebook/Emergency Preparedness Charger At this workshop, participants will build their own Solar Notebook Charger, designed to charge your cell phone or a powerbank (portable battery), and provide lighting using a USB LED light bulb & stick.  The charger can be used on a routine basis, for camping, and for emergencies.   […]

Conversations Around the Fire: Rebuilding in a Fire Ecology

Christ Church United Methodist 1717 Yulupa Ave, Santa Rosa, CA

This will be an evening of information sharing to address the daunting questions about rebuilding in a fire ecology and engaging support for a resilient recovery. How do residents plan thoughtfully and creatively to live cooperatively in a fire ecology? What resources already exist to help? How can everyone learn from our past? Confirmed speakers: […]

Electric Vehicle Webinar

Join Interfaith Power & Light for an electric vehicle webinar. There are multiple benefits of electric vehicles: ditching oil, cleaning the air, spending less to maintain your vehicle, and protecting Creation! But what you may not know is that owning an EV is getting simpler and more cost effective all the time. Rebates for electric […]

Divest – To Invest in a Healthy Future!

North Branch Library 1170 The Alameda, Berkeley, CA

Join Fossil Free California to hear why personal divestment is a powerful tool in the struggle for climate justice. This 90-minute workshop will explain why fossil fuel divestment matters, the role divestment has played in civil rights movements throughout history and how you can do it! This workshop is for everyone even if you are […]

Transit Equity Day National Video Townhall

Wherever you are CA

Transit Equity Day is a collaborative effort of several organizations and unions to promote public transit as a civil right and a strategy to combat climate change. In anticipation of Transit Equity Day there will be two Video Town Halls. Join the calls for a Sunday evening conversation (the weekend before Super Bowl Sunday) about the importance of […]

Fossil Free Fast w/ Bernie, Bill, & Rev. Yearwood (a 350 East Bay Live Event Watch Party)

Citizen Engagement Laboratory 1330 Broadway #300, Oakland, CA

On January 31st, the day after Trump’s first State of the Union, our movement will come together for Fossil Free Fast: The Climate Resistance. Join 350 East Bay for a Live Event Watch Party & discussion. Hear Bernie Sanders, Bill McKibben, Rev Yearwood, & more inspire & energize thousands who are watching to take action. […]

Western Addition Against Fossil Fuel Addiction

Private Home Address will be provided, San Francisco

Please note the location change. Join us on Jan 31st for a Fossil Free Fast: The Climate Resistance Live Event watch party near you. Meet others in your community who want to organize to build local power and take climate action. Working together, we will end the use of fossil fuels and transition our world […]

JOIN THE CLIMATE RESISTANCE! FOSSIL FREE FAST WATCH PARTY

Private home 1323 Lyon St., San Francisco, CA

Join us as we live-stream Bernie Sanders, Bill McKibben and other climate leaders as they launch Fossil Free U.S., a campaign led by 350.org calling for an immediate halt to all fossil fuel projects! Join us in Santa Rosa to watch the Washington D.C. event and begin organizing for a fossil free Santa Rosa and Sonoma County. […]

Fossil Free Viewing Party & Discussion

Join 350 East Bay on Jan 31st for a Fossil Free Fast: The Climate Resistance Live Event watch party in Berkeley.  Speakers live streamed from Wash, DC, include Sen Bernie Sanders, Bill Mc Kibben, Rev. Yearwood (HipHop Caucus), Jacquie Patterson (NAACP) and more.  Meet others in the East Bay who are organizing to build local […]

Climate Action in the City (featuring 350 Bay Area panelists)

Mission Police Station 630 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA

San Francisco Tomorrow presents another panel discussion with Q&A: Climate Action in the City, Part 2 Two of the featured panelists are 350 Bay Area Steering Committee members Elena Engel & David Shearn! Beyond education to action! Following an engaging and successful panel discussion several months ago, and looking ahead to the Global Climate Action […]

All Eyes on CA: Maximizing Our Influence for a Safer Climate (Featuring Kathy Dervin, 350 East Bay)

Ed Roberts Campus 3075 Adeline St, Berkeley, CA

One of the featured speakers is Kathy Dervin of 350 East Bay! Join the Ecology Center as they kick off their 2018 climate convenings with an event to strengthen our citizen power to push forward on climate issues. Climate advocates all over the world look to California for cutting edge climate policy and action. The […]

Build a Green Future at Laney College

Laney College 900 Fallon St, Oakland

At the Build a Green Future at Laney College event you can: Tour Laney’s green building labs Hear from Laney students, faculty, and from Mark Hall of Revalue.io, an Oakaland-based energy efficiency company. Learn about East Bay Community Energy, Alameda County’s new Community Choice energy program, which is committed to creating good, clean energy jobs. […]

Wasted: The Story of Food Waste

Santa Rosa Junior College 1501 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa, CA

Come out to Newman Auditorium for a free community screening of this important and timely documentary about changing our relationship with food and how we dispose of it. Engage in the movement to reduce food waste in your home and our community! Be prepared to be inspired by the important knowledge this film will impart. […]

Mycology Mixer

Eric Quezada Center for Culture and Politics 518 Valencia St, San Francisco

Come to an evening to learn about incredible fungi! Featuring Ignacio Chapela, renowned scientist and activist, UC Berkeley, and Maya Elson, executive director Amazon Mycorenewal Project. How can we utilize fungi to help restore ecosystems, provide food, and improve health? Come with your ideas and questions! Gourmet mushroom freebies complements of Mycopia. Snacks provided by […]

Oakland Veg Fest

Lake Merritt Amphitheater Lake Merritt Blvd, Oakland, CA

The Oakland VegFest is back for our fourth year! As always, the VegFest is totally free and open to the public, and will feature awesome food, vendors, speakers, and a kids area. This event is wheelchair accessible, and dog- and kid-friendly. Facebook event page Please RSVP if you plan to attend. SPEAKERS lauren Ornelas of Food […]

Electric Vehicles 101

This workshop presented by the SF Department of the Environment and 350 SF offers all the information you need to know to shop for, purchase/lease, and own an electric car – including how to charge it. Discussions will cover how to determine which car works best for you, which local, state, and federal financial incentives […]

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Volunteer Onboarding – East Bay

1330 Broadway, Oakland CA 94612 1330 Broadway, Oakland, CA

Looking for a way to get more involved with the 350 Bay Area network? You’re in luck; as we are now hosting monthly volunteer onboarding events! Program: Presentations from our Program Leads - learn about our different areas of work from our team of specialists Local Group Work - find out what we are doing […]

First 2019 Meeting 350 Bay Area Action Legislative Committee

Sierra Club Bay Chapter Office 2530 San Pablo Ave, Unit I, Berkeley, CA

Featured Event for www.350BayAreaAction.org below: Calling climate activists interested in working on state climate legislation. It is a new year, a new governor and a renewed sense of urgency about the climate crisis. Likely legislative issues include electrifying transportation, pushing smart growth while preserving low income housing, protecting community choice energy, stopping fracking and closing down […]

3rd Annual Ride Electric

Berkeley Farmers' Market Civic Center Park, Berkeley, CA

Join us at the Farmers' Market to discover the latest electric and plug-in hybrid cars, and e-bikes. You will get the opportunity to engage with local EV drivers!You can learn more about credits, rebates, grants and loans that make plug-in cars AFFORDABLE. Bring the kids to a 100% clean powered bounce house, while you enjoy […]

Electric Car Info Session & Workshop

Ortega Branch Library 3223 Ortega Street, San Francisco, CA

This workshop, presented by San Francisco’s Department of the Environment and 350 SF, covers everything you need to know about owning an electric car. Discussion includes why electric cars are so important and what’s happening in the market, as well as costs, incentives, and how to determine which car works best for you. There will […]

National Drive Electric Week event for Napa County

Napa Valley College, Main Parking Lot 2277 Napa Valley Highway, Napa, CA

All are welcome! You are invited to the National Drive Electric Week event for Napa County on Sunday, September 22, 1-4 pm, in the main parking lot of Napa Valley College.Come meet the owners of over 12 different models of electric cars and learn how and why they switched. Test drive electric cars and e-bikes […]