Call to Action: Forward on Climate
350.org, Sierra Club, Credo, NRDC, CALPRIG, Rainforest Action Network, and many other organizations have joined together to reach out to President Obama in climate rallies in cities across the country on Presidents’ Day. The grassroots effort is called Forward on Climate.
On February 17, Presidents’ Day, the Forward on Climate Rally in Washington DC will urge the President to “stop the climate-killing Keystone XL pipeline.” This is expected to be the biggest climate demonstration yet.
Closer to home, the Forward on Climate Rally in San Francisco needs folks to attend. Please join thousands on Sunday, February 17, from 1-3 pm at One Market Street to encircle the State Department Office. One option is to leave from Old Sacramento on the 10:20 am Megabus (a double-decker bus that can cost from $1 to $10 one way–with wifi!). Or take Amtrak from Davis or carpool to a BART station. 350 Bay Area is still looking for volunteers and there are tips for making signs on their website. Please RSVP so that rally organizers know how many people to expect.
Cool Davis is a coalition of citizens, the City of Davis, and community organizations working to empower our community to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Let's all learn it for this Fourth of July
Join SOLidarity Summer Camp every Wed and Friday in Davis Central Park 10am-1pm. Strike today and every Friday 12-1 in solidarity with #blacklivesmatter, today with @AlexandriaV2005, leading climate youth activist. Fill out this intake form if interested
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The Sol Summer Camp (a collaboration between Davis parents and UC Davis students/affiliates) is a multigenerational space for the community to gather ...
High school, junior high, and college students from all around the country will be attending summer Youth4Climate Camps. Join the ongoing Session I: June 29 – July 24, 2020 or register ahead for Session II: July 27 – August 21, 2020.
Youth4Climate Summer Camp (Virtual) - Youth4Climate350
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