These events are endorsed, sponsored, or hosted by 350 Bay Area. or they are marked as "Of Interest".  For more information on each event, click on the header of the event. To submit an event, send an email to - Include details and a contact person.


Special Event

Climate Flag Launch Party

Sunday March 30th, 2 - 4 pm  Berkeley Marina

Come celebrate the Launch of the Climate Flag. Her voyage? To go local & global.

Specially video of Bill McKibben with his thoughts about the Climate Flag, good wishes written by Dr. Mark Jacobson and a lovely musical offering from Anza Fiering.

Music, Food and Fun at the Beautiful Berkeley Marina

Click here for more Information and to RSVP 



Major Conference 

Dirty Energy/Clean Solutions 

Friday May 9th -  San Francisco
Sat-Sun May 10-11th - Oakland

Join us for the first-ever grassroots-to-experts Bay Area climate conference. Get up close and interact with over two dozen expert scientists and activists on: 

  • Fracking • Refineries and Crude transport  • Renewable Energy

Major speaking event Friday night with Stanford Professor Mark Jacobson with his science-base plan to get to 100% renewable energy by 2050. Act now, ticket prices go up after Friday.

Click here for more Information, RSVP (for mailing list) and to buy Tickets


Events: Map and List (in chronological order): Click Here for a Calendar View.

People's Climate March NYC 9/21

Sunday, September 21, 2014 at 01:00 PM · 22 rsvps
New York City in New York, NY

The. Largest. Climate. March. In. History.


Go to New York City. Represent The Bay Area.


Click Here is the California HUB for going to the PCM in NYC, or supporting events in solidarity.

RSVP here if you are going, to let others in the Bay Area know.



Northern California People's Climate Rally 9/21

Sunday, September 21, 2014 at 02:00 PM · 160 rsvps
Lake Merritt Amphitheater in Oakland, CA

For all current information and to RSVP, please go to ...


in solidarity with the historic NYC event called by and hundreds of local and national environmental, trade union and social justice organizations across the country.

All Out for Sunday, September 21
Oakland's Lake Merritt Park!

(amphitheater at the Lake Merritt BART end of the Lake)



This historic NYC protest will lead up to the UN Climate Summit of world leaders. Tragically, more inaction or inadequate action can be expected. We want to show the world that the climate crisis can no longer be ignored, that the planet earth is burning, that massive and unprecedented measures must be undertaken now if humanity’s future is to be assured.

The People’s Climate March is shaping up to be one of the largest climate justice mobilizations in history, with organizers of the march setting a goal of getting a half million people to demonstrate in NYC.

While people all over the country are mobilizing for New York, a multitude of activists will undoubtedly be available to join us in Oakland. Let's make the  Northern California Solidarity action a great success.


Bay Area September 21 Coalition: Co-sponsors (Very initial list! Add your organization now!): 350 Bay Area; System Change Not Climate Change; United National Antiwar Coalition; Democratic Socialists East Bay; 

 For all current information and to RSVP, please go to ...

Additional information about the People’s Climate March in New York can be found at




BayCAP Meeting 9/22

Monday, September 22, 2014 at 07:00 PM · 5 rsvps
Janet's house in Berkeley, CA

  Bay Area greenhouse gas emissions are more than Sweden, Portugal, Israel or Ireland. We want the Air District to develop a Regional Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Plan to map, advocate and act to achieve the reductions we need.


1. BayCAP Project Updates


a. CPUC Successor to Net Metering - Claire, Ruby, Amy & Bob

b. GHG Emission Reduction Timeline Project - Janet/Jim

c. Clean Coalition Hunters Point Project liaison efforts - Janet

d. BayCAP Logo Development by Querido Galdo - Janet & Floyd

e. Fundraising - Floyd

f. Updating BayCAP PowerPoint - Janet


2. BAAQMD Climate Protection Program Update - Janet & Floyd


a. BayCAP Climate Action Principles - discuss draft Floyd and Janet developed

b. What has staff proposed? July 17 Staff Presentation to BAAQMD Climate Protection Committee

c. Gap analysis - What's missing from BAAQMD Commitments? Where do we focus?

d. Organize for next BAAQMD Climate Protection Committee Meeting on Monday, September 29 at 9:30 AM


3. 2015 Climate Solutions Conference Planning - Floyd

4. Set Next Meeting

Read more about Bay Climate Action Plan (BayCAP) campaign

Our Vision

Transform the Bay Area's energy and economic infrastructure to get off fossil fuels and bring healthful air and a healthy environment to all.

New people always welcome.


Phonebank for San Benito Fracking Ban 9/23

Tuesday, September 23, 2014 at 06:30 PM · 1 rsvp
Sierra Club office in Berkeley, CA

San Benito County has a ballot initiative(Measure J) in November to ban fracking in their county. It is one of three fracking bans on the ballot in California this fall, and the closest one to the Bay Area. Come support their campaign by helping with phonebanking--calling registered voters to inform them about Measure J, and encouraging them to vote yes in November! Bring your own cell phone, and scripts and phone lists will be provided.

For more information:


350 East Bay 9/27 Meeting

Saturday, September 27, 2014 at 10:00 AM · 32 rsvps

Join us to build our campaigns and get actions on the table to make deep cuts in carbon emissions in the East Bay. Please bring a snack to share if possible. Whether or not you've been to a 350 East Bay meeting before, this is a great opportunity to get involved.


BAAQMD Climate Protection Committee Meeting 9/29

Monday, September 29, 2014 at 09:30 AM · 4 rsvps

UPDATE: Presentation on UC Berkeley's Climate Readiness Institute


NEW: Come hear what UC Berkeley's new Climate Readiness Institute is doing. Is the main focus adaptation? What's the strategy to reduce emissions? Is the Institute engaged in advocating for UC Divestment? How does it coordinate with other climate focused work at UCB?

NEW: Will the Air District divest from fossil fuels?

ONGOING: In July Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) staff presented a Program update to the BAAQMD Climate Protection Committee.

We want the Air District to develop a Regional Climate Action Plan at least equal to its 2005 Ozone Strategy and to its 2012 report "Understanding Particulate Matter: Protecting Public Health in the San Francisco Bay Area."

In fact, achieving the GHG emission reduction goal is a primary path to reducing particulate matter emissions (responsible for about 1,700 premature deaths per year in the Bay Area) since they are both largely caused by combustion.

The "Regional Climate Action Strategy" laid out in the Climate Work Program appears to fall short of a true commitment to develop a plan to achieve all the emission reductions.

Show up September 29 at Climate Protection Committee meeting to press for faster, stronger action on GHGs in concert with action on particulate matter, for the sake of protecting both the climate and public health.

Save the Date - RSVP  today - details to come.

Present your comments and/or support others prepared to speak. If you can't come, contact Committee members directly:

BAAQMD Climate Protection Committee Members


John Avalos
Supervisor - San Francisco

Vice Chair

Ash Kalra
Councilperson - San Jose


Susan Adams
Supervisor - Marin

Teresa Barrett
Councilperson - Petaluma

John Gioia
Supervisor - Contra Costa

Scott Haggerty
Supervisor - Alameda

Jan Pepper
Councilperson - Los Altos

Mark Ross
Councilperson - Martinez

Shirlee Zane
Supervisor - Sonoma


Chevron Watch Mtg 10/16

Thursday, October 16, 2014 at 06:00 PM · 10 rsvps

Thursday, October 16, 6:00 - 6:30 p.m. food and mingle, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. meeting

Joint Communities for a Better Environment-Richmond (CBE-R)/Chevron Watch Meeting
Bobby Bowens Progressive Center, 1021 Macdonald Ave, Richmond, CA

Please note that we will be meeting the 3rd Thurs this month.

Questions: Rev. Earl W. Koteen, earl.koteen at


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