Orange County for Climate Action

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

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A Screening of Love Thy Nature

An award-winning film (16, count them!) narrated by Liam Neeson, Love Thy Nature shows how deeply we’ve lost touch with nature and takes viewers on a cinematic journey through the beauty and intimacy of our relationship with the natural world…. Continue Reading →

Hiking in Aliso and Wood Canyon (lunch afterward)

Summary of events 9:00a  Hike Aliso and Wood Canyon Wilderness Park 11:00a  Lunch at Native Foods What should you bring? Hike Aliso and Wood Canyon Wilderness Park 9:00 a.m., July 16, 2016 Connect to nature and each other on a… Continue Reading →

A Screening of PlantPure Nation

PlantPure Nation — Better Health Through a Plant-Based Diet The documentary film PlantPure Nation tells the story of three people on a quest to spread the message of one of the most important health breakthroughs of all time. After renowned… Continue Reading →

Earth Day at Soka University with Gene Baur: Eating in harmony with our values

Come join us at Soka University for this very special Earth Day event featuring Farm Sanctuary’s Gene Baur! Do you know enough about your food? If you sought to live in harmony with your values, how would that change what… Continue Reading →

A Screening of Racing Extinction

From the Academy Award Winning Filmmakers of The Cove… This is the most important film you will see this year! Scientists say the sixth mass extinction is taking place on our planet. It’s also the first caused by a single… Continue Reading →

Solar Energy Toward a Sustainable Orange County

Featuring Kyle Lunt, SolarCity Steve Wicke, Sierra Club Climate Change Committee Michelle Settergren, Grid Alternatives James Wang, City of Encinitas Environmental Commission Solar power has benefits on multiple levels: the individual, the community and the planet. Here are some of… Continue Reading →

Beth Krom: “Climate Change is one of the greatest threats of our time”

A statement of support from Beth Krom, former Mayor of Irvine and current (2015) Irvine City Council member.

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