Make “Sustainable Food” the Economic Engine of Downtown Davis
Many communities around the region, such as Sacramento and Woodland, have jumped on the “farm to fork” bandwagon to promote their relationships with agriculture. Davis can distinguish itself from the crowd by taking this a step further to promote itself as the center of “sustainable food.”…
Spooky Science Nights Return to Explorit
Spooky Science Nights return to haunt Explorit this October with an all-new, immersive sci-fi mystery. Travel back in time to Explorit’s wild west, ghost town past to solve a gold rush mystery and help the Mace family save their horse ranch! Use physics to open…
What does affordable housing have to do with climate change?
Throughout California, we are seeing two critical priorities converge: affordable housing and climate resilience. While daunting on their own, these intersections may offer helpful direction about how we might solve both problems. Adequate supplies of high-quality affordable housing and climate resiliency are inextricably linked. Any…
Cool Davis partner Tuleyome to offer two naturalist classes
Tuleyome’s 2018 Certified California Naturalist course was such a resounding success that the organization will be presenting two courses in 2019, one in the winter and one in the summer. The Certified California Naturalist courses presented by Tuleyome in partnership with the University of California…
May Is Bike Month 2018 Events and More
May is Bike Month Tune up your ride, organize your team, and track your miles! April 28 Travel Training Workshop May 3rd — Big Day of Giving — Big Day at the Dock — Come celebrate Big Day of Giving with our partner Davis Media Access and other…
City Council Candidates Respond on Environmental Issues
Cool Davis partner, the Sierra Club Yolano Group, recently provided a questionnaire for Davis City Council candidates in which they asked for written responses on a wide range of environmentally-related issues of importance to the local electorate and their members. The responses were published in…
Arboretum Discovery Tours for Earth Day 2018
Celebrate Earth Day at the UC Davis Arboretum with Learning by Leading Museum Education interns and the UC Master Gardeners of Yolo County on one of three interactive Sunday tours of the Arboretum’s Environmental GATEway! WHEN: April 22, 2018 @ 10:00 am, 11 a.m., and 12…
Dr. Baca to address city planning impacts on health at Davis Futures Forum
Wednesday April 4th 7pm Davis Community Chambers
Cool Davis Coalition Hosted Downtown Davis Specific Plan Presentation
On Wednesday, February 21, the Cool Davis Coalition and the City of Davis hosted a presentation open to the public about the Downtown Davis Specific Plan, including status, next steps, and opportunities for public engagement in the planning process. Bob Wolcott, Senior Planner for the…
Why You Shouldn’t Burn Wood This Winter
Crossposted from the Davis Vanguard January 31, 2018. As winter settles in Yolo and Solano County, so does cooler temperatures, brisk mornings and often, the smell of wood smoke permeating the air. Many people associate cold weather with a crackling fireplace and a cup of…
Cool Davis Coalition Stitches Together “Crazy Quilt” of Change
The next quarterly full Coalition meeting is set for February 21, 2018, at the Davis Senior Center (TBA) at 4:30pm. The next Coalition Steering Committee meeting will be held January 17, 2018, at RepowerYolo at noon. Eighteen plus turned up to share successes as well…
Cool Davis is a coalition of citizens, the City of Davis, and community organizations working to empower our community to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Biden signs executive actions on COVID, climate change, immigration and more via @CBSPolitics
Biden signs executive actions on COVID, climate change, immigration and more
The 46th president is undoing some of his predecessor's executive actions.
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