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Bloomberg Carbon Clock Here is a fasinating website about CO2 levels:
Encinitas Green Business Workshop Wednesday, November 1st from 4:30PM to 7:00PM at the Encinitas Library (540 Cornish Dr., Encinitas, CA 92024)Please join us for an informational and interactive session focusing on zero waste business practices. I Love A Clean San Diego (http://www.ilacsd.org/) and the City of Encinitas will host a Green Business Solutions Workshop. We will identify the importance of a zero waste lifestyle, how to implement these practices in your business, and the environmental and economic benefits of going green. Whether you work in an office, a restaurant, or in retail, we will have valuable information for all business models. This will be a great opportunity for you to network and share ideas for creating a more eco-conscious workspace.Get registered here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfChPbfrYJmw9xUmyr1P7EG1_-IzqX_3ROI98_mo3nuJfO10Q/viewform
Escondido Climate Action Alliance
Friday, November 3rd at 12:00PM at Vinz, we will be in the room to the left of the entrance (201 E Grand Ave., Escondido, CA 92024).Do you live in Escondido and care about its future? Then join other concerned residents and members of environmental and civic groups for lunch and brainstorming! Current areas of focus are: improving the Climate Action Plan, exploring Community Choice Energy, educating individuals about Carbon Fee and Dividend and promoting environmental and climate change literacy.Contact Charlie Jungk at 760 214-6618 to learn more.
Garden with Native California Plants Workshop
Saturday, November 4th at 10:00AM at Moosa Creek Nursery (27201 Cool Water Ranch Road, Valley Center, and CA 92082)This is an opportunity to absorb years of experience from one of California's most highly respected native plant specialists, Carol Bornstein. She has, throughout her career, championed the landscape value of California's native plants and the benefit of designing gardens in harmony with nature. Enjoy lunch afterwards in the peaceful atmosphere at our Valley Center growing grounds.For information about tickets and to register please call 760 749-3216.Moosa Creek Nursery:
Saturday, November 4th from 6:30PM to 8:30PM at the Trilogy Sanctuary (760 Girad Ave., Ste. 400, La Jolla, CA 92037)Join us for a special talk with the "Dude Making a Difference", Rob Greenfield! World renowned environmentalist, creator of Food Waste Fiasco and author of Dude Making a Difference, Rob will share how we can also BE THE CHANGE, leading the way to a more sustainable and just world! Donations encouraged and all proceeds will go to Rob's non-profit: Happy, Healthy & Free! http://robgreenfield.tv/hhf/ There will be time for questions and book signing. Books will be available to buy upstairs in our eco-boutique, Totem!Sign-up MANDATORY due to limited-space! Visit: Clients.mindbodyonline.com
Solana Beach Eco Rotary Club
Every Tuesday from 6:00 to 7:30PM (except the 21st, Thanksgiving week) at the Leport School Library (northwest corner of the campus) 1010 Solana Drive, Del Mar, CA 92014"Our mission is to educate ourselves and our communities about environmental challenges and engage in implementing their solutions."Call 760-456-9246 for more information. Visit the website at: https://portal.clubrunner.ca/10061 for info on this month's guest speakers.
San Diego Climate Mobilization Coalition Rally
Sunday, November 5th at 11:00AM at the San Diego City Hall Plaza, (202 C St., San Diego, CA 92101)Join others to rally, listen to music, hear speeches and then march to call for a World War II-type National Mobilization to transition the U.S. off of fossil fuels and onto renewable wind, water and solar energy! Follow SD Climate Mobilization on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SDClimateMobilization/Call Derek or Nancy at 858 457-0246 with questions.
Community Choice Energy
Tuesday, November 7th from 6:30PM to 8:000PM at the Powerhouse Community Center (1658 Coast Blvd., Del Mar, CA 92014)
Our Changing Climate Series
Thursday, November 10th from 5:30PM to 7:30PM at the Vista County Library (700 Eucalyptus Ave., Vista, CA 92084).Our special guest speaker will be Rear Admiral Len Hering (Ret.) who is a prominent military and civilian sustainability leader. He holds a degree in International Relations and Strategic Studies as well as degrees in Meteorology and Oceanography. He is the Executive Director for the Center for Sustainable Energy. The talk will focus on climate change and national security. There will be time for questions from the audience.To learn more contact Bobby Kingins from the North County Climate Change Alliance at 760-583-5096 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Eco-sustainability Peeps Lunch Friday, November 10th from 12:00PM to 1:30PM at Urbane Cafe (1024 North El Camino Real, Encinitas, CA 92024)Have lunch and network with others who care about the environment and sustainability in Encinitas.Email Jim for more info: email@example.com Please note, there will be no meeting on November 24th.
Hellhole to Paradise Art Exhibit Opening
Saturday, November 11 at 5:30PM to 8:00PM at the Escondido Arts Partnership Municipal Gallery (262 E Grand Ave., Escondido, CA 92025Friends of Hellhole Canyon Open Space Preserve is pleased to announce their fall fundraising campaign with a silent art auction that will be open from November 11, 2017 to December 2, 2017. Please join us on opening night for a preview, appetizers and wine.To learn more about what the Friends of Hellhole Canyon are doing to help wildlife cope with encroaching development and climate change visit their website at: http://www.hellholecanyon.org/
Citizens' Climate Lobby, Encinitas Chapter Saturday, November 11th from 9:30AM to 11:30AM in Encinitas.Citizens Climate Lobby works to create the political will for climate solutions by enabling individual breakthroughs in the exercise of personal and political power.For exact address and to learn more email: Judy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Maj. Gen. Rick Devereaux, USAF (Ret.) The speaker for both Citizens' Climate Lobby meetings (via teleconference) is retired Maj. Gen. Rick Devereaux, who served 34 years in the U.S. Air Force before retiring in 2012. His last assignment was Director of Operational Planning, Policy, and Strategy in Washington, D.C. He is currently Executive Vice President for Government Affairs at Texzon Technologies, a pioneer in the field of electromagnetic wave propagation, power storage, and electricity distribution. Gen. Devereaux is also a volunteer with the Asheville chapter of Citizens' Climate Lobby where he educates the public about the national security risks of climate change.
Citizens' Climate Lobby, North County Inland Chapter
Saturday, November 11th from 9:30AM to 11:30AM (call for location) Monthly meeting for the Citizen's Climate Lobby.All are welcome! Learn about the energy policy CCL advocates for – Carbon Fee and Dividend, and meet friendly people who show up to save a habitable world.For more information, and for address contact Christine: call 832 584-6043 or email email@example.com
Sunday, November 12th from 7:30 AM to 11:00AM at the Embarcadero Marina Park (206 Marina Park Way, San Diego, CA 92101)Let's raise awareness and funds to fight against lung cancer and for lung health. Support The Electric Vehicle Association of San Diego's Team, DRIVE ELECTRIC, CURE THE AIR.Register at: http://action.lung.org/site/TR?fr_id=15964&pg=entry Be sure to find our team name: DRIVE ELECTRIC, CURE THE AIR. Raejean Fellows, Team Leader. Donate any amount--$5 +! Call for details: 619-228-9490.
Electric Vehicle Association of San Diego
Wednesday, November 15th at 7:00Pm at the Center for Sustainable Energy (9325 Sky Part Ct., #100, San Diego, CA 92123)Come meet and mingle with other EV aficionados! If you don't own an electric vehicle bring your questions! This is a great way to learn more about EVs from a friendly and knowledgeable group of people.
North County Climate Change Alliance Monthly Meeting
Saturday, November 18th at 1:00PM at the Harding Community Center (3096 Harding St., Carlsbad, CA 92008)Networking opportunity for groups and individuals concerned about climate change.Contact Bobby Kingins at 760 583-5096
Fossil Free House Party
Saturday, November 18th from 3:00PM to 5:00PM at a home in Solana Beach, CA (RSVP for address)You are invited to a Fossil Free party hosted by SanDiego350 (http://sandiego350.org/). Meet others like you who are ready to make a difference by working on passing local resolutions that call for 100% renewable energy and for halting all new fossil fuel projects.To RSVP or to learn about other Fossil Free parties which are being held throughout the country between November 11th and November 19th, email Olga Cortes at olga@Sandiego350.org.
Vista Climate Action Planners
Sunday, November 19th at 3:00PM at the Vista Library (700 Eucalyptus Ave., Vista, CA 92084)We are issue-driven, non-partisan Vista residents who support the adoption and implementation of an effective Climate Action Plan.
Carlsbad Sustainability Coalition
Monday, November 27th at 5:00PM at the Harding Community Center (3096 Harding Street, Carlsbad, CA 92008)Discussion group focused on environmental, sustainability and climate change issues in Carlsbad.To learn more call Phil at 760 804-1870.Carlsbad Flower Fields, photo by Helene
Fallbrook Climate Action Team Monday, November 27th at 6:00PM at the Fallbrook Library (124 S. Mission Rd., Fallbrook 92028).Judy Seid and Robert Seid from Blue Summit Wealth Management present a talk entitled, "Socially Responsible Investing". Learn how your investments can help build a sustainable future.There will be time for questions from the audience. For more info contact Tom 425-244-1301 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Oceanside Climate Action Planners
Friday, December 1st at 5:00PM (socializing 5-6 meeting 6-7:30) at the Surfside Tap Room (507 N Coast Hwy Oceanside, CA 92054)Our Mission Statement is to "Promote the adoption and implementation of an effective climate action plan for the city of Oceanside". If you live in Oceanside, please join us!For more info call Jolene at 760 754-8986 or email her at: email@example.com
Earth Citizens Organization
December 6th to December 10th at the ECO Learning Center, (3360 East SR 89A, Cottonwood, AZ )The San Diego chapter of ECO is sending participants to the national Heroes Leadership courses at the ECO Learning Center. This retreat is specifically for young adults and families with teens who want to strengthen their Earth-oriented values and take home what they learn for community-level action. We believe that climate change and Earth preservation are not just a lot of technical challenges – our biggest challenge is creating generations that care enough to be part of the solutions.
Investigate Community Choice Energy: Community Choice Energy is a locally controlled, not for profit entity that enables individuals to buy clean energy. It is considered by many to be essential in successfully achieving the goals of reducing greenhouse gases that are outlined in climate action plans. If you have been unable to attend any workshops on the issue here are some local resources where you can learn more.
Climate Action Campaign: https://www.climateactioncampaign.org/
San Diego Energy District: http://www.sandiegoenergydistrict.org/
San Diego 350: https://sandiego350.org/
California Clean Power Exchange: http://cleanpowerexchange.org/
Turn Waste Into Organic Fertilizer And Multipurpose Cleanser!
By Brocade Wu
Make use of fruit and vegetable scraps. Eco Enzyme is generated by fermenting fruits and vegetable scraps with water and brown sugar. (Water - waste - brown sugar ratio 10:3:1) The eco enzyme will neutralize toxins and other pollutants. It can be used as fertilizer for plants, multi-purpose cleanser around house, air purifier, insect repellent, natural antiseptic, car care reagent, and laundry cleaner. It is also effective in unblocking drain pipes clogged with grime. It is totally organic and environmentally friendly. Producing eco enzyme with kitchen garbage reduces waste and harmful carbon emissions, which will help fight climate change. It is also called "garbage enzyme". Eco enzyme was developed by Dr. Rosukon from Thailand. She has been involved in eco enzyme research for more than 30 years and encourages people to make Eco Enzyme at home to combat global warming.
How to make Eco Enzyme:
Add 10 part water to one part brown sugar in a container. Add fruit and vegetable waste as available until it reaches approximately 1/3 of the liquid volume. Use big enough containers so that there will be at least a 1/5 of container space left empty for air after filled with waste. Label the date of seal on jars or buckets. Leave the containers in dark, cool place for at least 3 months. Check & loosen the lids in the first few days to let air escape, otherwise the containers may burst. At the end of 3 months, there is usually a thin layer of white stuff on the top of the solution. The solution can be left longer as it is, or it can be filtered with a strainer. The solids can be further composted or buried in soil as fertilizer. The liquid part can be used in various ways.Be sure to check out the links below for more details:
Happy making Eco Enzyme and save!!!Brocade is a system analyst and internet consultant with Stunning Web Technology. She also volunteers her time on behalf of the environment and on issues relating to mitigating climate change.
To Learn More_________________________
Recomended Book Check out the The End of Nature by Bill McKibben (shown in the photo with Tom Steyer). This book is said to be the first non-scientific book about global warming. In it Bill McKibben, climate activist and one of the founders of 350, talks about the need for a radical change of how nature is treated. This is one of the first calls to action directed not only at politicians but also to all of society.
Volunteer Opportunities ________________
North County Climate Change Alliance: call Bobby at 760 583-5096STAY COOL: www.staycool4grandkids.org
Fallbrook Climate Action Team: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit:
Citizen's Climate Lobby: www.citizensclimatelobby.org
Escondido Climate Action Alliance: email email@example.com
The North County Climate Change Alliance (www.ncccalliance.org) is a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization that is made up of an eclectic group of North County residents. Our objective is to educate, inspire, unite and empower all individuals to act now on Climate Change. NCCCA, other environmental organizations and interested individuals meet monthly to network, collaborate and exchange information. Collectively the focus is on ensuring a healthy planet where this and future generations will thrive, not just struggle to survive.For submission suggestions please email: firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/northcountyclimate/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel
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