2020 was one of the worst wildfire seasons in history and now 2021 is shaping up to be even worse. Climate change has drastically altered forest health and requires bold new strategies for conservation and sustainable management. The production of renewable gases from forest biomass presents both a means of reducing fuel load and providing much needed resources for more sustainable forest management.
There is an opportunity for up to ten people to receive a $600 stipend for encouraging neighbors to plant free trees.
MEETING LINK : http://sandiegonaacp.org/ecj-zoom Greetings! Please join us for the Environmental & Climate Justice Committee meeting TUESDAY JUNE 1, 2021, 6:30pm How can you help the NAACP San Diego set and achieve climate equity goals? There will be a brief discussion for NAACP San Diego to support or oppose AB 1139 in part or in its entirety. […]
Zoom pre-registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUpd-qurTkjG9CpIJ08T0dwCtWUxQ3GyChS
Power for the People at 2020 Just Energy Summit Sept 28 to Oct 2 2020 Join us to build “Power for the People” at the 2020 Just Energy Summit, online, September 28-October 2, 2020! Partnership for Southern Equity, Just Energy Circle members, and our regional planning team partners have worked hard to create a dynamic, inclusive event […]
Introducing—The Department of Energy National Community Solar Partnership August 11th9pm ET/ 6pm PT GOAL: Affordable and accessible community solar to every American household by 2025 JOIN US: Hear what NAACP units are already doing nationwide to advance the goal of community ownership and solar for all!!!Explore the NAACP involvement in the National Community Solar Partnership!!!Determine […]
Date: Thursday, July 30, 2020 Time: 5:30p Location: Virtual, Register Here (Note: registration is required to attend) You’re invited to the Inaugural San Diego Climate Hub mixer, taking place a week from today on Thursday, July 30th from 5:30-7 p.m. via Zoom. Climate justice will be the main topic of evening. We are excited about our speakers, Sonja Robinson, Omar Federico and Chris Chaleunrath, […]
Solar Energy is a hot topic right now, as our climate crisis continues, aided and abetted by the low-IQ individual currently occupying the White House. The good news is that there are many options available to homeowners who want to go solar; the bad news is that can make it hard to decide which option […]