Orange County for Climate Action

A grassroots activist network striving to address climate change in Orange County, CA

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Understanding Community Choice Energy – a Workshop

The goals of the conference are: Industry experts working with CCEs throughout the State will present on: A free lunch will be served.A happy hour will follow the conference after 3:00 p.m. Register below. Free parking across the street in… Continue Reading →

2018 Congressional Candidates’ Forum on Climate Change

As of 10/6/17 We have invited incumbents and challengers from all seven U.S. Congressional districts representing Orange County. Each candidate will be given time to share their views. Following the presentation there will be time for questions. Orange County for… Continue Reading →

Climate Action Plan & Community Choice Energy

Watch Video from the June, 2017 Event Advocacy Training with Nicole Capretz Carolina Rodriguez Come learn the basics and gain confidence to get active in local climate advocacy! Large urban centers consume 2/3 of the world’s energy and create over… Continue Reading →

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. March Description, what to bring, what to wear Please read & observe our sign… 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 →

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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