• Sacramento Community Gardens Mural - 350 Sacramento

    Sacramento Community Gardens

    Author: Leslie Haynes Community Gardens Community gardens are a great way to bring people together and promote a sense of community in an area. They are an excellent way to bring fresh, healthy food to a neighborhood, as well as provide an outdoor space to relax and enjoy nature. The first step to creating a […]

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    Focusing Attention on Climate Action

    Author: Molly Keehn Blog Article posted on CoJourn.org (April 17, 2023) In Focusing Attention on Climate Action, Molly Keehn shares her story of growth in the climate space. She now participates in the CoJourn program – which facilitates and inspires personal growth and achievement through peer support – as part of her ongoing commitment to […]

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  • SMUD Zero Carbon Recommendations

    Comments on SMUD’s Zero Carbon Plan Update

    Author: Rick Codina At the two-year anniversary of passage of SMUD’s Zero Carbon Plan (ZCP), this year’s update is filled with hopeful plans for new renewable and customer programs to meet its eventual goal in 2030. But the immediate reality of the past two years has been mixed with some success, but also disappointment and […]

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    SVCC Fellowships: UC Davis Interview with 350 Sacramento

    New UC Davis Article! Joining Forces for a Sustainable Future: A Conversation with 350 Sacramento (by Becky Oskin) Want to know more about Sacramento Valley College Corps (SVCC) fellowship opportunities at 350 Sacramento? In this article, Becky Oskin (Director of Communications, UC Davis Public Scholarship and Engagement) and Roula England (Development and Administrative Director, 350 Sacramento) discuss […]

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  • Rancho Cordova Climate Action Plan Update Blog

    Rancho Cordova to Issue Draft Climate Action Plan

    Author: Oscar Balaguer Per city staff, Rancho Cordova’s draft Climate Action Plan (CAP) will be soon released for public review. It will go to the Planning Commission on April 12 and to a City Council workshop in May, 2023. CAPs are the best way local agencies can reduce community GHG emissions. But a bad CAP […]

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  • Collective Climate Action - From Climate Anxiety to Climate Action 3

    From Climate Anxiety to Climate Action (Part 3)

    Part 3: Taking Collective Climate Action In Parts 1 and 2 of this series, we explored how climate change is causing distress in many people, and how pro-environmental activity can help reduce or manage climate anxiety. Although individual action can positively impact mental health, collective action may have even greater effects on the human psyche. […]

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  • SMUD Carbon Sequestration Proposal

    Proposed SMUD Partnership on Carbon Sequestration

    Author: Rick Codina Summary In March 2023, SMUD announced it is in active discussion with Calpine Energy to participate in a carbon sequestration project at its Yuba City Sutter Energy Center. SMUD currently contracts for power from this gas-powered generation unit. The proposal would transform the generator to a major carbon-free source of power for […]

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  • Coping with Climate Anxiety - From Climate Anxiety to Climate Action 2

    From Climate Anxiety to Climate Action (Part 2)

    PART 2: Coping with Climate Anxiety through Action In Part 1 of this series, we discussed how more than two-thirds of people in the United States are anxious about climate change. We also examined how climate anxiety disproportionately affects young people, people of color, and other historically marginalized communities. Here, we’ll look at different ways […]

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  • Understand Climate Anxiety - From Climate Anxiety to Climate Action 1

    From Climate Anxiety to Climate Action (Part 1)

    Part 1: Understanding Climate Anxiety Climate anxiety is shaping the life experience of young people in the United States and around the world. In this three-part article, we will unpack the concept of climate anxiety, particularly its impact on the younger generations in America. Part 1 will discuss what climate anxiety is and who it […]

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