Lead on Climate Partners
Monday September 21, 4:00 – 5:30pm Pacific
Organizing for Action Marin
OFA is renewing its national network of over two million volunteers to fight back through grassroots organizing and strategic leadership on climate and other issues. We inform and educate groups, organize locally to relate climate change to natural disasters (wild fires, drought) prepare voters for climate issues, collaborate for a “green” Marin, and train emerging climate leaders.
Sustainable San Rafael
Now more than ever, it’s up to cities and states to act to curb climate change and build sustainable communities – with environmental balance, economic vitality and social equity. Speak up at City Hall!
Citizens Climate Lobby
CCL is intensifying its work to generate the political will to pass a Carbon Fee and Dividend program. We return to DC each year with over 1,000 volunteers and have over 500 meetings on the Hill with Members of the House and Senate and their staffs. We train and support volunteers to engage the media, the public, and members of Congress.
Drive Clean Marin
Get plugged in! With more than half of our footprint coming from driving, updating to electric is the single-most important action you can take to reduce carbon emissions. Drive Clean Marin is a campaign from Cool the Earth, an all-volunteer nonprofit. Join the revolution!
Environmental Forum of Marin
Our classes and lectures present the facts of climate change and other important environmental issues. EFM starts with science, and ends with inspiring advocacy, on the cutting edge for 45 years.
Golden Gate Electric Vehicle Association
GGEVA is a non-profit organization that educates the public about electric vehicles, their value and importance in fighting climate change, and their benefit to the economy. Replacing gas cars with electric cars is the most effective step drivers can take to slow climate
change. Join GGEVA to help us promote electric vehicles.
Marin Conservation League
The Marin Conservation League has been working since 1934 to preserve, protect and enhance Marin's natural resources. It studies issues including climate change, proposes policies, educates and mobilizes citizens, and monitors outcomes.
Marin School of Environmental Leadership
MarinSEL engages students and creates future community leaders through a multi-disciplinary, project based high school education with a focus on environmental issues.
Are you concerned about climate change but not sure where to start? Our program has helped over 1,000 people in Marin learn how changing their everyday actions can make a difference. People like you have collectively reduced more than 5 million annual lbs. of CO 2 pollution. In our free 5-session workshop you will reduce your carbon emissions, save money on your bills, and make
your family and community better connected and resilient to the effects of wildfires, flooding, droughts, heat waves and sea level rise. Learn more or sign up at:
Shore Up Marin
Shore Up Marin works with Marin County’s diverse shoreline communities to respond to sea level rise, flooding and climate change.
Sierra Club Marin Group
The Marin Group includes over 4,700 Sierra Club members who live here, is one of the oldest environmental organizations in Marin, and continues to be a strong advocate, locally and beyond.
Sustainable Marin is the fiscal agent for Sustainable San Rafael, Sustainable Novato, Resilient Neighborhoods, Vision SGV, and A Time to Lead on Climate. It advocates sustainable policies and action: clean energy, resource protection, adaptation to sea level rise, green commerce, and equitable social policies.
350Marin is made up of deeply concerned grassroots activists working to avert the intensifying global climate crisis. As passionate advocates for climate justice, we invite you to join us for our next "Community Conversation" and at our local actions. Together we bring the voice of the people forward to influence regional and national policies as part of a global 350.orgmovement.