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Check out our SOLAR PAGE for ways to save and contractor selection tips. JOIN the DOUBLE UP on SOLAR CAMPAIGN!  Help your community reach the new 2020 solar goals!

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Big Day of Giving 2016

THANK YOU! What a challenging but amazing day + ! Donations in our region totaled over 5.7 million and counting. Cool Davis reached a new high of nearly $7000.

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Davis residents push for enviro protections in a Trump administration

Itzel Morales Jan 2017 CROP

 Crossposted from the Davis Enterprise, January 11, 2017


It’s been nine weeks since the presidential election, and Davisites are still riding a wave of activist momentum that has attracted hundreds to a call for action.

On Sunday, more than 150 residents gathered to discuss how to protect environmental gains from a feared assault by Donald Trump’s administration, filling the wooden pews at Davis Community Church. 

Words like “unsettled,” “unsafe” and “disoriented” hung heavy in the air.


Davis Gathering Will Focus on Environment in Post-Election Climate

community gathering phoenix coalition

January 3, 2016

A coalition of Yolo County community and environmental groups is sponsoring a community meeting in Davis on Sunday, January 8, focusing on climate and environmental justice issues.

In response to a new administration that has vowed to reverse long-standing environmental regulations, speakers and discussion groups will address ways to respond to policy changes affecting local communities, the nation, and the planet.


Smile On, Keep Calm, and Give Cool!

Leslie Crenna and Mengmeng Fang

On December 2nd  the Davis Green Drinks chapter hosted Danny Kennedy, Managing Director of the California Clean Energy Fund, who spoke about the clean energy revolution taking place all over the planet.

It was one of the most uplifting conversations we’ve had locally in this post-election season.

The bottom line is that nothing can stop the momentous shift in the production and use of renewable energy already taking place across the world.


Per Capita Davis: One step forward, two steps back?

John Mott-Smith received an eco-hero award for his service to the community! Credit: Davis Enterprise

Crossposted from the Davis Enterprise

December 21, 2016

By John Mott-Smith

I typically use the last column of the year to sum up progress, or the lack of it, in reducing greenhouse-gas emissions. This year there’s so much to say, perhaps summed up as “elections have consequences.” Future columns will talk about this as words fade away and actions take center stage.

For now, let’s look at the numbers.


The Bike Campaign: For Maria the Only Way to Go Is by Bike!

Bike Campaign Maria Tebbutt

December 20, 2016

By Judy Moores

Cool Davis welcomes The Bike Campaign and Bike Garage as our newest Partner!

Founder and director Maria Contreras Tebbutt wants to reduce car trips and increase bike safety. It’s that simple. She encourages everyone who possibly can to take up bike riding.

As part of The Bike Campaign program, Maria first makes sure that a bike is road worthy and “street legal,” that is, it meets state code for bikes. She also wants to be sure the bike is correctly fitted for the rider. And last but not least, she wants the rider to know the rules of the road and how to ride safely.


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Mike Hart of Sierra Energy

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