Events for Climate Action Month 2021

Climate Action Month 2021

Apr 13
California
SF Botanical Garden Free Day
Apr 13 to Apr 27
California
Water Conservation Showcase
Apr 13
California
Recycling & Composting in San Francisco with Recology - Apartment Residents
Apr 13
California
Join MoAD for a Family Art Workshop! Make monochromatic collages using old magazines, newspapers, or printed images and scissors. No artisitic skill required! This workshop is part one of a two part activity, Monochromatic Collage and Blackout Poetry, though each part can stand alone as well. Part One is Monochromatic Collage.
Apr 13
California
Looking to get comfortable riding in San Francisco? Join the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition for a presentation covering all you need to know for biking in San Francisco and the Bay Area.
Apr 14
California
The Monsanto Papers
Apr 14
California
Hear from Youth Voices in the climate movement. Julia Zeitlin is a 14-year old climate activist, organizer, and leader in the Bay Area. She founded and led the Sunrise Palo Alto Hub in August 2019 and later co-founded and expanded the Silicon Valley Sunrise Hub. The Sunrise Movement has garnered international attention for its extensive mobilization of youth and many campaign successes. Julia is deeply committed to pursuing climate justice and believes in the importance and the opportunity of youth engagement in this movement.
Apr 14
California
A Talk by John Kehoe: Gardening for Native Bees
Apr 14
California
Learn EV Basics. Review available electric vehicles, charging at home and on the road, incentives, total cost of ownership, and ask the questions you’ve always wondered about EVs in this workshop.
Apr 15
California
From Petroleum to Biorefining: Climate Boon or Boondoggle?
Apr 15
California
April 15 (Thursday), 2:00PM - 3:00PM Webinar Virtual Event Hosted by Sustainable Silicon Valley Free/RSVP
Apr 15
California
Opportunities to Save the Planet through Green Finance
Apr 15
California
Learn a handful of knots from Windy Chien, San Francisco artist and author of The Year of Knots. Walk away with new knot tying skills, knowledge of the history and utility of various knots, and the story of why it’s never too late to start living a creative life.
Apr 15
California
Waste Not Want Not Kitchen
Apr 15
California
NightSchool: Illustrating Science
Apr 15
California
Explore the intersections of art and science through the practice of individual artists weaving science, technology, and methods of discovery. Hear from artists who tune into the sounds of the natural world, with a particular interest in broadcasting the impacts of climate change on our environment. From interpreting climate data through sound through long-term documentation of specific species or habitats over time, these artists provide a unique approach for understanding the impacts of climate change. Adults only.
Apr 16
California
Recycling & Composting in SF with Recology - School Facilities
Apr 16
California
健康住宅
Apr 16
California
The affordability of drinking water was already a problem before the COVID-19 pandemic, and the resulting economic crisis has only served to accelerate and deepen the problem for California residents. The state issued a temporary moratorium on water shutoffs in April 2020 that protected customers unable to pay their bills, but what will happen when that moratorium ends? Join to discuss the policy solutions that will preserve the financial health of water utilities while maintaining precious access to drinking water for our fellow Californians.
Apr 16
California
Drinks & a Dance: Earth Day Excerpts

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