We modified a Climate Emergency resolution from the SF Bay Area for our local politicians.

Please sign the petition to support the resolution

and pass it on to friends and groups you know.

Please view of brief summary of the new IPCC report (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) Oct 2018

On Sept 11th we sent an update to council including this letter  (Letter2) and a copy of this new overview from the Cal 4th Climate Assessment.

Click here to find out about our joint event with CCL. Two UCSC professor contributors will explain and answer our questions. Oct 25th 7pm Live Oak Grange

More details at our Climate News page

Here is the draft which was sent to council members July 26th  and included in a personal binder with a cover letter Res Cover , and photo version

ClEmPhotos  DraftMobilization Resolution.

City Climate Action manager Tiffany Wise-West and City Manager Martin Bernal were also given binders.

Please contact paulineseales120@gmail.com to add your group to the list of supporting organizations or to help contact city council people.

Mini Flyer  (6/sheet) English/Spanish  EmResSp

What we really need is a detailed plan similar to this one from Montgomery County ClimateMobilizationReport (1)    but that will need to come a little later.

Summer 2018    Berkeley Ca led the way in Ca and has just been joined by Richmond,Ca.

Lots of excellent ideas in this Climate Mobilization paper especially the charts showing the difference between NORMAL and EMERGENCY modes of government.

World-wide the Australian city of Darebin has made great strides, starting 2 years ago. Here is a paper – Local First – by the leader Philip SuttonScreen Shot 2018-01-21 at 3.36.00 PM

See our slide show at  Rise for Climate rally on Sep 8