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Tell Governor Brown: It’s Your Last Chance to Be a Real Climate Leader

SoCal 350 is partnering with Brown’s Last Chance, a campaign involving hundreds of public interest, environmental, health, justice, faith, labor, community and consumer organizations from California and around the world. Together, we are urging Governor Brown to stop the build out of dirty fossil fuel infrastructure, keep oil and gas in the ground, and take immediate action to protect those most vulnerable to climate change.

Acjachemen Wisdom Day: Honoring our Ancestors – June 9, 2018 [Photo Journal]

On June 9, 2018, hundreds gathered to honor the Indigenous wisdom of the Acjachemen Nation and that of our collective Ancestors. Indigenous Elders from the Acjachemen Nation and various native California tribes, along with a diversity of youth, surfers, families, locals gathered in an act of love and reverence for our planet.

Celebrating the Wins: Grayson & Scholl Canyon

On March 21, communities in North East Los Angeles faced a win when the City Planning Commission of Glendale rejected a proposal from Glendale Water and Power to construct a biogas plant at the Scholl Canyon Landfill. Then last week, the Glendale City Council voted to halt the forthcoming $500 million natural gas-fired Grayson power plant, and first investigate clean energy alternatives through a Request for Information process.