THE CLIMATE REALITY PROJECT
SAN FERNANDO VALLEY CHAPTER
MISSION – The mission of the SFV Climate Reality chapter is to take a leadership role to educate, motivate, and empower our fellow residents of the San Fernando Valley to promote a sustainable future.
The San Fernando Valley CA Chapter of Climate Reality welcomes anyone who would like to take an active role in saving our planet. Some of our members have taken the Climate Reality training with Former Vice President Al Gore, but that is not a requirement to join the group. We welcome anyone who wants to roll up their sleeves and get personally involved in making a difference in changing our climate reality.
A Land Acknowledgement is a formal statement that recognizes and respects Indigenous Peoples as stewards of this land and the enduring relationship that exists between Indigenous Peoples and their traditional territories. It acknowledges the history that has brought us to reside on this land, the colonialism that is present in our current systems and calls on us to be mindful of our own present participation in it.
We acknowledge that we are on the traditional territory of the Tongva, Kizh, Tataviam, and Chumash tribes.
The Climate Reality Project Mission:
to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making
urgent action a necessity across every sector of society.
JOIN OUR NEXT MEETING!
Join us as we host Dr. Pablo Ortiz, Senior Water and Climate Scientist for the Climate & Energy program at the Union of Concerned Scientists. He will guide us through what these impacts mean for the most vulnerable communities in California.
Register now for our August 9th meeting!
Click here for this month's Bee The Change actions--changes you can make in your own life each month to help solve the climate crisis!
Our chapter of the global organization The Climate Reality Project meets on the
second Tuesday of every month (currently on Zoom) to learn from guest speakers
about local environmental issues and initiatives
and to plan actions we can work on in the coming month.
Register now for the next Climate Reality San Fernando Valley Chapter Meeting!
Tuesday, August 9th, 7-8:30pm
California's Water Problem
Climate change is fundamentally transforming how, when, and where California gets its water, and those changes have profound implications for the state, the environment, and therefore for us. Climate change threatens to break California’s water system altogether, creating new vulnerabilities for which infrastructure and institutions are unprepared. These breaks mean more impactful droughts and floods, damage to infrastructure, and other impacts that ultimately increase our water crisis.
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Learn about the local and global effects of the climate crisis, and what you can do to work toward solving it. Click here to request a Climate Science & Solutions presentation from one of our trained speakers, at no cost (currently on Zoom only).