The Dirty Energy / Clean Solutions: Climate Conference 2014 will educate and connect grassroots activists with leaders in the various areas of climate work. It will bring together the many interested parties to cross-pollinate and share ideas, victories and challenges.|
See the full current Speakers and Agenda page, for the current line up of speakers and their bio's.
Friday (San Francisco): 7:00pm major speaking event: Visions of a Clean Energy Future
Professor Mark Jacobson has appeared on national TV (David Letterman) with his science-based plans to convert America's energy infrastructure to 100% solar and wind by 2050. Other speakers will be announced.
Saturday (East Bay): Main conference with expert panels on various topics:
NOTE: SAT. LUNCH IS PROVIDED
- Refineries / Crude Transport
- Clean Energy
- The basics
- The political situation
- Strategies for moving forward
Sunday (East Bay): Breakout sessions to connect with leaders
Slated topics include:
Crude by Rail, Community Resilience, Legislative Efforts, Regulatory, Initiatives-local and statewide, Refineries, Community Choice, Direct Action, and others
Connect with the broader climate movement, learn, share your passion, your message and your experience, and learn from others. Help Spread the Word: Go to the website to Endorse the conference and encourage your friends to attend. Student and Early-Bird (for a limited time) ticket discounts are available.
See the 350 Bay Area DECS Climate Conference Event page
to get on the mailing list, for endorsing, and for more information.
NOTE: There are 3 dates listed (see the Date dropdown just below "Get Tickets"), which correspond to the types of tickets to attend all or some of the Conference:
- FULL Conference: FRI-SAT-SUN = May 09, 2014 7:00 PM
- FRIDAY ONLY: "Visions of a Clean Energy Future" = May 09, 2014 7:01 PM
- SAT-SUN Workshops/Sessions ONLY = May 10, 2014 9:00 AM
Friday: Unitarian Universalist Church SF; Sat/Sun: Laney College, Oakland (View)
1187 Franklin Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|