JOIN OUR NEXT EVENT
Feb. 10th, 6-8pm – Good Earth, Mill Valley
Did you know that political action is one of the most effective ways to fight climate change?
Support green politicians, young activists and climate advocates. Learn more about climate politics at national, state, regional and local levels.
Come to our special meetup on Climate Politics 2020 at Good Earth in Mill Valley on Monday, February 10th, from 6 to 8pm.
We will feature short talks by political experts, including:
- Susan Bolle, Democracy Action Marin
- Susan Morgan, Indivisible Marin
- Max Perrey, Sustainable Mill Valley
- Sylvia Potovsky, Sunrise Marin
- More speakers to be announced soon
This free meetup is hosted by Fabrice Florin from Green Change. It takes place at Good Earth, at 201 Flamingo Rd., Mill Valley, CA 94941 (see Google Map), in their classroom next to UPS. To learn more, email us: email@example.com.
COME TO OUR NEXT MEETUPS
Click on the event names above for details, and to register for those free events. Our community meetups take place every month at Good Earth in Mill Valley, usually on a Monday from 6 to 8pm. They include short talks by climate action experts, as well as group discussions.
We welcome anyone who wants to make a green change in their lives — and/or help others fight climate change. Many thanks to our sponsor Good Earth for hosting our monthly meetups!
To learn about other environmental events in our area, visit our Marin Calendar.
If you live in Marin or the North Bay, we invite you to use this calendar of climate-related events in our area.
This calendar is curated by Marilyn Price and the Green Change Network team, in collaboration with our gracious partners.
We welcome your suggestions of local climate action events to share on this calendar. Please email us to suggest an event.
If you use Google Calendar, we invite you to add it as an overlay to your own calendar, if you like.
Anyone is welcome to embed this calendar on their site as well, as long as you include a courtesy credit and link back to this calendar page on the Green Change.net site, as well as the text information on this page, so others know how to share this calendar with their own communities.
We hope you enjoy this free community service!