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Join us for our monthly Public Policy Team meeting!
Come out and learn more about the policy work of SanDiego350 and how you can make an impact on state and local climate change policy. At the meeting we will discuss our current policy initiatives and plan for priority policy actions in the future.
The Public Policy Team meetings are held in the La Jolla Village Square Community Room that is next to the AMC box office, look for SanDiego350 signs.
If you have any questions email Ryan O’Connor at Ryan@SanDiego350.org.
Meeting will be held at the La Colonia Park Community Center in Solana Beach, CA
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Support 100% renewable energy! The City of San Diego is hosting a Community Choice Energy stakeholder meeting to provide information on the status of the CCE program and to solicit input from stakeholders on what is important to include in a CCA program.
This is an important opportunity to provide input to city staff and to promote a progressive Community Choice program in San Diego. The meeting will be held on June 4, 2019 from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm at Logan Heights Library.
Thank you for your continued support of 100% renewable energy and community choice energy!
We are extending this invitation to you to participate in the City of San Diego’s Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) Stakeholder Meeting. The objective of this meeting is to provide CCA information to stakeholders and solicit input. Staff from operating CCAs will provide information on their programs.
The event will be held on June 4, 2019 from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm at Logan Heights Library. The address is 567 S. 28th Street, San Diego CA 92113.
We look forward to your participation. Please forward to other participants that may benefit from this meeting.
If you have any questions, please reach out to me. Please also visit the City’s website for additional information on the City’s renewable energy goal and Climate Action Plan: https://www.sandiego.gov/sustainability/clean-and-renewable-energy.
Thank you for your continued interest and support of advancing the City of San Diego’s 100% renewable energy goal.
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Park near or in the lot behind the church off 33rd St. Look for Surfrider banner near entrance.
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Agendas here: https://www.sandiego.gov/mobility-board
The overarching goals of the City of San Diego’s Mobility Board are to inform transportation decision making holistically to ensure that people driving, walking, bicycling, taking transit, parking or using other transportation modes will have safe, easy-to-use choices to move around the city; and that development of the transportation network helps to meet the City’s Climate Action Plan goals.
The Mobility Board will meet the first Wednesday of each month at 4:30 p.m., at the San Diego Central Library, Commissioners Room, 330 Park Blvd., ninth floor, San Diego, 92101
Is the Green New Deal part of San Diego’s Future? Learn more at our June 5 meeting!
Hasan Ikhrata, new director of SANDAG, our regional transportation and planning agency, with millions of TransNet monies to distribute, recently proposed blowing up the old, long-term freeway centric transit plan. He sought to replace it with a more public transit focused, eco-friendly model, to better reach our state-mandated climate action goals. Ikhrata’s proposal sent shock waves throughout San Diego and its 29 local jurisdictions.
The County Board of Supervisors just voted 3-2 against the new plan, but with Nathan Fletcher voting in the minority to support Ikhrata’s initiative. On the other hand, the city of San Diego, with City Council (and MTS) President Georgette Gomez in strong support, will use its clout on the SANDAG board to push the new plan.
Join us at our June 5 meeting to hear more about the region’s transportation future and what it means in our fight to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Our all-star panel includes Ikhrata, Gomez, Fletcher, and Sophie Wolfram, a longtime advocate of mass transit over more freeway construction, who is director of programs for Climate Action Campaign and recently appointed to San Diego’s important Mobility Board. Also joining the panel: Moderator Colin Parent, CEO of Circulate San Diego and a member of the La Mesa City Council, and our long-time member Jack Shu, president of the Cleveland National Forest Foundation and a staunch advocate of public transit initiatives.
The panel is Wednesday June 5 at the regular meeting of the La Mesa-Foothills Democratic Club, at the usual place, the La Mesa Community Center, 4975 Memorial Drive, just north of University Avenue in the heart of La Mesa. Meeting starts at 7 pm with a social half-hour 6:30-7 pm preceding the meeting. The club and members supply snacks, salads, desserts and beverages to all attendees. Hope to see you there!
We’ve asked Rep. Susan Davis to show us she’s a climate leader by taking three simple steps: 1) cosponsor the Green New Deal; 2) sign the No Fossil Fuel Money pledge; 3) host a town hall meeting on climate change.
But she has yet to take action.
So, as part of the Raise the Alarm Campaign, SanDiego350 is leading rallies outside her office every single Friday, beginning June 7, until she does.
RSVP now to join us!
We will continue to Raise the Alarm until the Green New Deal is adopted. There is strength in numbers! Join us, make your voice heard, and help us spread the word.
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Beach Cleanup Information
- Meet at the location described, and look for the blue Coastkeeper pop-up tent. That’s where you’ll start your morning by signing in and borrowing cleanup supplies.
- We will have supplies on hand, but by bringing your own reusable gloves, reusable bag/bucket and/or reusable water bottle, we create less waste in order to remove it.
- Please wear comfortable clothes, closed-toed shoes and sunscreen. All volunteers (individuals as well as groups) are welcome to participate and must sign this liability waiver. Volunteers under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian present at the beginning of the cleanup to sign a liability waiver before the minor can participate.
- Registration is not required unless a group is larger than 20 people – to register please contact email@example.com.
- As a volunteer, you play an active role in determining the sources of trash on our beaches. During the cleanup, please be prepared to fill out a data card detailing the types of trash that you collected, and make sure to have your trash weighed when you return to the registration table at the end of the cleanup.
Weather Cancellation Policy
If it is lightly raining, we will hold the cleanup. If there are heavy rains, we will cancel the cleanup. To check the status of a cleanup, please see the San Diego Coastkeeper events calendar or visit us on social media.
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