Orange County for Climate Action

An alliance of organizations to address Climate Change here in Orange County, CA

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Join us at a planning meeting. Visit our calendar page for upcoming meeting dates & times. Email us for details

 

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See them at our very active Facebook group page

OC for Climate Action (OCCA) Facebook group

Crises in the Ocean

Crises in the Ocean: How Compassionate Action Benefits Us All
Featuring Gene Baur, Jonathan Balcombe and Kate Mackey
(and a vegan cooking demo by Joni Marie Newman)

People’s Climate March – April 29

Come join us for the Orange County march in support of the People’s Climate March taking place in Washington, DC and other US cities April 29. RSVP and we’ll keep you updated with any changes or additional details about the… Continue Reading →

Screening of “Before the Flood”

Friday, March 247:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Light Refreshments Irvine Ranch Water District Community Room15500 Sand Canyon AveIrvine, CA 92618Map below Co-sponsored by Sierra Club, Angeles Chapter, Climate Change Committee RSVP Now! From Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Fisher Stevens and Academy… Continue Reading →

Join Us at the Jan. 21 Women’s March in Santa Ana

Living Ubuntu, its project, Living Vegan, its partner, United Nations Association of Orange County, and the alliance, Orange County for Climate Action have all signed on to participate in the upcoming Saturday, January 21, Women’s March on Washington – Orange… Continue Reading →

Factory Farming Divestment Petition

We, the undersigned, believe that bold and urgent actions are required to combat the effects of looming catastrophic climate change. As an example of such actions, we are pleased that California law now requires the state’s two largest pension funds,… Continue Reading →

Fact: California and solar power

Within the US, California is #1 in solar power and #3 in wind power

Source: Vox

Bringing Clean Energy to Orange County, a conversation with Nicole Capretz (September 2016)

Join us this September for a conversation with Nicole Capretz, the key person behind San Diego adopting the 100% renewable energy by 2035.

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