Three quick environmental actions you can do this weekend!

  • Action #1: California residents – Send in a comment to Newsom to tell him we agree with his draft resolution on drilling!
  • Action #2: Sign a petition/send an email to Gov. Newsom to protect rooftop solar.
  • Action #3: Comment on super-emitter SoCalGas facility near EP Foster Elementary in W. Ventura. DEADLINE: Monday, November 15

Action #1: California residents – Send in a comment to Newsom to tell him we agree with his draft resolution on drilling!

( Right now, more than 2 Million Californians are living and breathing the toxic health impacts of oil and gas drilling sites in their neighborhoods. An end to chronic asthma and cancer in our neighborhoods is in sight. Just last month, Governor Gavin Newsom issued a draft regulation to stop new drilling within 3,200 feet of homes, hospitals, schools, and other sensitive receptors.

Now, a 60 day comment period allows the public to raise our voices to to be heard over the thundering voice of Big Oil familiar to us in Ventura County!

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Fri – 10/26: Part 1 – Your crazy-busy weekend: Sunday: Rally for the Trial of the Century

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October 28, 2018 3:30 PM

Rallies Planned for Cities Nationwide to Back Climate Youth Battling Trump in #TrialoftheCentury

“All of us have a responsibility to double down in supporting the young people holding the U.S. government responsible for perpetuating climate change and threatening our collective future.”

Read about the Juliana v. United States case here and here and follow #youthvgov on twitter.

Then, join in a rally (By Martha Fellows of Ojai and 350 Local Group Network) at our Ventura County Government Center, at the corner of S. Victoria Ave and Telephone Road, to be a part of the #TrialoftheCentury and support the young plaintiffs in the historic Juliana v. United States court case.

Our freedom depends on a climate system that will sustain human life. Let’s show the government that it has a duty to prepare and implement a Climate Recovery Plan to protect our basic and most fundamental rights!

You can RSVP here.

Monday, 2/26 – City Council meeting – Clean Power Alliance.

(on-line post of notice below)

Ventura City Council will decide TONIGHT, Monday February 26 whether or not to join the Clean Power Alliance (formerly LACCE).

If you would like more renewable energy, cost savings, a choice in energy provider, and greater local control, please attend the Council meeting and also express your support by email to

It’s item #12 on Ventura City Council agenda.
Ventura City Hall, 501 Poli Street, Ventura. Use rear entrance from parking lot in back of City Hall.

What will joining the Alliance do for the City and its businesses and residents? Continue reading “Monday, 2/26 – City Council meeting – Clean Power Alliance.”