Transition Sonoma Valley is building a responsive network of local citizens, groups, and businesses to create a resilient, self-reliant community in response to the challenges of climate change, resource depletion, and economic instability.
Networking for Resilience - Since 10-10-10.
Fans of Sonoma homegrown climate activist and 350.org Executive Director May Boeve will enjoy watching this short and informative interview. Ms. Boeve explains what is next on her movement’s agenda, now that President Obama has vowed to veto the Keystone XL pipeline.
On February 7th, thousands of people from all corners of the state will take to the streets of Oakland to call on Governor Jerry Brown to protect all Californians from dangerous oil activities that harm our water, our health and our communities.
Join us in Oakland, Governor Brown’s hometown, on February 7th to demand that he be a real climate leader by stopping fracking, standing up to Big Oil, and moving beyond fossil fuels to 100% renewable energy.
Sonoma Community Center and Transition Sonoma Valley present Edward Burtynsky’s acclaimed film, WATERMARK, on January 23, 2015.
Shot in stunning 5K ultra high-definition video and full of soaring aerial perspectives, this film shows water as a terraforming element and the scale of its reach, as well as the magnitude of our need and use.
The film will be shown on a new 16’ theatrical screen on the Rotary Stage at the Sonoma Community Center 276 E. Napa Street, Sonoma CA 95476.
Doors open at 7:00 with light refreshments served, Films start 7:30
Available online at www.svbo.com or by calling 707.938.4626×1