Member of the Month: Kyle Brinker
SanDiego350 Blog
by Carolina Pereira
2d ago
This month, we interviewed SanDiego350 volunteer, Kyle Brinker to share about their climate activism. Kyle is a member of the Transportation team and Legislative Team and has helped with petitioning for Let’s Go! campaign. How did you first get involved with SD350, and when was that? I’ve been involved since early 2023. I knew I […] The post Member of the Month: Kyle Brinker appeared first on SanDiego350 ..read more
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SB 1137: The fight to protect our communities from Big Oil
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by Carolina Pereira
2d ago
By Taarika Sethee Approximately five and a half million Californians live within one mile of one or more oil and gas wells. This issue of environmental injustice is at the forefront of Youth v. Oil’s work. It began with our advocacy in 2020 for local resolutions calling on Governor Newsom to create health and safety […] The post SB 1137: The fight to protect our communities from Big Oil appeared first on SanDiego350 ..read more
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The Devil Wears Prada
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by Carolina Pereira
2d ago
By Joel Martin, Climate Writer My New Year’s resolution is to not shop this year. Sure, I’ll buy necessities and replace something if it’s essential, but I’m not going to buy anything that I don’t absolutely need. So far, it’s been easy to live up to and has made my life happier too. Every bit […] The post The Devil Wears Prada appeared first on SanDiego350 ..read more
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Let’s Go! San Diego is on the November 2024 Ballot! Now what?
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by Carolina Pereira
2d ago
By Emma Rodriquez, SD350 Campaign Coordinator  For three years, SanDiego350 has been part of a coalition of labor, businesses, community groups, and other environmental organizations fighting for Let’s Go! San Diego. And as of last month, we’ve officially entered the final stage! That means that when you get your ballot this November, Let’s Go! San […] The post Let’s Go! San Diego is on the November 2024 Ballot! Now what? appeared first on SanDiego350 ..read more
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Sacramento Report: Clawing Back Climate Funding 
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by Masada Disenhouse
1M ago
SD350’s Masada Disenhouse comments on the impact of the Governor’s proposed budget cuts to climate efforts The post Sacramento Report: Clawing Back Climate Funding  appeared first on SanDiego350 ..read more
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SanDiego350 Endorses Power San Diego Campaign- Here’s Why
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by Jaidacyn Madrigal
1M ago
By Emma Rodriguez, Campaign Coordinator What do you think a just and equitable transition to renewable energy looks like? It’s not an easy question to answer – but I can guarantee you everyone reading this agrees on what it doesn’t look like: a company with a monopoly on gas & electric distribution, who punishes rooftop […] The post SanDiego350 Endorses Power San Diego Campaign- Here’s Why appeared first on SanDiego350 ..read more
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SANDAG Leadership Goals and Obstacles
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by Jaidacyn Madrigal
1M ago
By Climate Writer, Marilyn Bruno with insights from Steve Gelb and Bee Mittermiller of SD350’s Transportation Team The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) is the region’s main transportation and planning agency.  Recent turnover of the leadership at SANDAG gives rise to both reflection and excitement.  Reflection on the legacy of Hasan Ikhrata, who held the Chief […] The post SANDAG Leadership Goals and Obstacles appeared first on SanDiego350 ..read more
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Member of the Month: Parke Troutman
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by Jaidacyn Madrigal
1M ago
This month, we interviewed SanDiego350 volunteer, Parke Troutman to share about their climate activism. Parke is Co-Chair of the Legislative Team and runs the Strategy Working Group and is co-chair of the research working group for the SB 1137 campaign. How did you first get involved with SD350, and when was that? Normally, I dance […] The post Member of the Month: Parke Troutman appeared first on SanDiego350 ..read more
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Opinion: Neighborhood shuttle services are a promising next step to a more sustainable future
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by Masada Disenhouse
2M ago
As neighborhoods densify, we should demand that cities provide neighborhood shuttle service to relieve increased traffic and parking pressure BY SANJIV NANDA, CRAIG JONES, RITA CLEMENT Commentary published in the San Diego Union Tribune on Dec 11, 2023 Nanda is a SanDiego350 microtransit expert and past executive strategic adviser with SANDAG and lives in Mira Mesa. Jones is a SanDiego350 expert […] The post Opinion: Neighborhood shuttle services are a promising next step to a more sustainable future appeared first on SanDiego350 ..read more
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“WE’RE FIGHTING FOR OUR FUTURE”: BLUE SHIELD PARTNERS WITH SANDIEGO350 TO EMPOWER YOUTH CLIMATE CHAMPIONS
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by Masada Disenhouse
2M ago
SanDiego350 is among six nonprofits to receive support from Blue Shield’s recent environmental justice investment. Copied from original article by Blue Shield DECEMBER 14, 2023 Masada Disenhouse, executive director of nonprofit SanDiego350, knows exactly how to make the most impact with Blue Shield of California’s recent environmental justice investment. “It will allow us to get […] The post “WE’RE FIGHTING FOR OUR FUTURE”: BLUE SHIELD PARTNERS WITH SANDIEGO350 TO EMPOWER YOUTH CLIMATE CHAMPIONS appeared first on SanDiego350 ..read more
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