Each month, we host a new climate action campaign to help people go green.



April 20, 6pm – Zoom Meeting

How can we make our homes greener, safer and more efficient?

Learn more at Green Up Your Home, our first online meetup via Zoom, on Monday, April 20, from 6pm to 7:30pm

Discover the many ways you can improve your home, save money and help fight climate change.

We will feature short talks by climate action experts, including:

In this meetup, will will offer group discounts for green products like LEDs, solar panels and home batteries! We will also discuss a range of ways you can green up your home by using clean energy and electric appliances. After the talks, we will discuss actions we can take in our own lives, connecting novices with green coaches.

This free online meetup is hosted by Fabrice Florin from Green Change, and is sponsored by Good Earth. To learn more, email us:


This will reserve your spot and get you updates about joining this online meetup. On the event date, click here to join our meetup via Zoom.



June 20, 12-3pm –  Bayfront Park, Mill Valley

Join us for a fun afternoon of activities, games, green tips and maker art, in one of Mill Valley’s most beautiful parks.

We are hosting a special Green Change Caravan Celebration at Bayfront Park in Mill Valley, on Saturday, June 20, from 12 to 3pm.
(This event will only take place if the Coronavirus shut-down is lifted by our local governments; it was previously scheduled for April 19th, but was postponed due to the pandemic).

This free community event will feature the Green Change Caravan, a traveling show of climate art and activity trailers pulled by bikes, inviting people to go green and help fight climate change. 

Come see our popular Earth Bike, and have your photo taken in front of our large 6-foot globe. Learn about climate actions you can take with our Green Tips Carousel. Play environmental games to discover how your personal choices impact Mother Earth. Create your own maker art with our pedal-powered Mobile Workshop.

This fun happening is hosted by Green Change and Tam Makers. Organizers include Fabrice Florin, Geo Monley, Al Grumet and some of the creative team members who hosted the Climate Art Exhibit, the Art Float for Social Change and Earth Day 2018.

This public event takes place in Bayfront Park, at 498 Sycamore Ave., Mill Valley, CA 94941 (see Google Map). We will be in the picnic area near the bridge, right off the bike path roundabout. We encourage you to walk or bike to the event. If you need to drive, you can park in the middle school lot near the skatepark.

REGISTER NOW FOR THIS FREE EVENT, so we know who’s coming.

(You can still come if you prefer not to RSVP, but you will not get any event updates.)

Would you like to help create the Green Change Caravan? We’re looking for volunteers to help build, design, paint, host, promote and document our community art project.  Please email us if you have any questions:

We hope to see you there!


We help people go green through a variety of projects:

videos of climate heroes

• local events

online tools

direct engagement

We are now developing our first pilots with our partners.

We will test their impact, then scale up the best programs together.


Here are some of the community engagement programs under way at Green Change.


Green Coaches

Green Coaches is a free program that matches volunteer coaches with individuals who would like to learn about sustainable living and take action to address climate change.  [...]


We make it feel good to go green.

Our network can help you take climate action 

with practical tips and positive feedback.


Green Change projects were inspired by a research study we led in 2018 about community engagement programs for climate action. Dozens of community leaders and advisors discussed over 30 different ideas, and picked these favorite programs together:

Overall impressions from our advisor groups were favorable about this initiative in general, and about the program ideas they recommended. Based on this feedback, we started creative development for a few of the programs which showed the most promise.

Photos by Fabrice Florin, Ben Goode, Al Grumet, Lucy London, MCE and more.

Thanks to all our contributors!