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May
27
Wed
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
May 27 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
The Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition is made up of individuals and groups committed to advancing climate change solutions in Sonoma Valley and beyond. The Coalition meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month to discuss strategies and actions for moving Sonoma forward on climate policy and to coordinate efforts among our members.
 
In addition to individuals, the Coalition includes group representatives from the Earth Care Committee of the First Congregational Church, Transition Sonoma Valley, Indivisible Sonoma County, Praxis Peace Institute, and  other local organizations.
 
Coalition members help support the Sonoma City Council, the Sonoma Community Service and Environmental Commission, local school districts, water districts, and the tourism industry to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Coalition members are dedicated to  advancing climate action by making buildings more efficient, increasing renewable energy sources, encouraging widespread adoption of Evergreen, Sonoma Clean Power’s 100% renewable energy program,  and making Sonoma more pedestrian- and bike-friendly by prioritizing  safe streets for people of all ages and abilities.
For more information, email SonomaClimate@gmail.com or visit http://SonomaClimate.com.
Jun
24
Wed
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
Jun 24 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
The Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition is made up of individuals and groups committed to advancing climate change solutions in Sonoma Valley and beyond. The Coalition meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month to discuss strategies and actions for moving Sonoma forward on climate policy and to coordinate efforts among our members.
 
In addition to individuals, the Coalition includes group representatives from the Earth Care Committee of the First Congregational Church, Transition Sonoma Valley, Indivisible Sonoma County, Praxis Peace Institute, and  other local organizations.
 
Coalition members help support the Sonoma City Council, the Sonoma Community Service and Environmental Commission, local school districts, water districts, and the tourism industry to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Coalition members are dedicated to  advancing climate action by making buildings more efficient, increasing renewable energy sources, encouraging widespread adoption of Evergreen, Sonoma Clean Power’s 100% renewable energy program,  and making Sonoma more pedestrian- and bike-friendly by prioritizing  safe streets for people of all ages and abilities.
For more information, email SonomaClimate@gmail.com or visit http://SonomaClimate.com.
Jul
22
Wed
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
Jul 22 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
The Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition is made up of individuals and groups committed to advancing climate change solutions in Sonoma Valley and beyond. The Coalition meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month to discuss strategies and actions for moving Sonoma forward on climate policy and to coordinate efforts among our members.
 
In addition to individuals, the Coalition includes group representatives from the Earth Care Committee of the First Congregational Church, Transition Sonoma Valley, Indivisible Sonoma County, Praxis Peace Institute, and  other local organizations.
 
Coalition members help support the Sonoma City Council, the Sonoma Community Service and Environmental Commission, local school districts, water districts, and the tourism industry to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Coalition members are dedicated to  advancing climate action by making buildings more efficient, increasing renewable energy sources, encouraging widespread adoption of Evergreen, Sonoma Clean Power’s 100% renewable energy program,  and making Sonoma more pedestrian- and bike-friendly by prioritizing  safe streets for people of all ages and abilities.
For more information, email SonomaClimate@gmail.com or visit http://SonomaClimate.com.
Aug
26
Wed
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
Aug 26 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
The Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition is made up of individuals and groups committed to advancing climate change solutions in Sonoma Valley and beyond. The Coalition meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month to discuss strategies and actions for moving Sonoma forward on climate policy and to coordinate efforts among our members.
 
In addition to individuals, the Coalition includes group representatives from the Earth Care Committee of the First Congregational Church, Transition Sonoma Valley, Indivisible Sonoma County, Praxis Peace Institute, and  other local organizations.
 
Coalition members help support the Sonoma City Council, the Sonoma Community Service and Environmental Commission, local school districts, water districts, and the tourism industry to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Coalition members are dedicated to  advancing climate action by making buildings more efficient, increasing renewable energy sources, encouraging widespread adoption of Evergreen, Sonoma Clean Power’s 100% renewable energy program,  and making Sonoma more pedestrian- and bike-friendly by prioritizing  safe streets for people of all ages and abilities.
For more information, email SonomaClimate@gmail.com or visit http://SonomaClimate.com.
Sep
23
Wed
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
Sep 23 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
The Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition is made up of individuals and groups committed to advancing climate change solutions in Sonoma Valley and beyond. The Coalition meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month to discuss strategies and actions for moving Sonoma forward on climate policy and to coordinate efforts among our members.
 
In addition to individuals, the Coalition includes group representatives from the Earth Care Committee of the First Congregational Church, Transition Sonoma Valley, Indivisible Sonoma County, Praxis Peace Institute, and  other local organizations.
 
Coalition members help support the Sonoma City Council, the Sonoma Community Service and Environmental Commission, local school districts, water districts, and the tourism industry to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Coalition members are dedicated to  advancing climate action by making buildings more efficient, increasing renewable energy sources, encouraging widespread adoption of Evergreen, Sonoma Clean Power’s 100% renewable energy program,  and making Sonoma more pedestrian- and bike-friendly by prioritizing  safe streets for people of all ages and abilities.
For more information, email SonomaClimate@gmail.com or visit http://SonomaClimate.com.
Oct
28
Wed
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
Oct 28 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
The Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition is made up of individuals and groups committed to advancing climate change solutions in Sonoma Valley and beyond. The Coalition meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month to discuss strategies and actions for moving Sonoma forward on climate policy and to coordinate efforts among our members.
 
In addition to individuals, the Coalition includes group representatives from the Earth Care Committee of the First Congregational Church, Transition Sonoma Valley, Indivisible Sonoma County, Praxis Peace Institute, and  other local organizations.
 
Coalition members help support the Sonoma City Council, the Sonoma Community Service and Environmental Commission, local school districts, water districts, and the tourism industry to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Coalition members are dedicated to  advancing climate action by making buildings more efficient, increasing renewable energy sources, encouraging widespread adoption of Evergreen, Sonoma Clean Power’s 100% renewable energy program,  and making Sonoma more pedestrian- and bike-friendly by prioritizing  safe streets for people of all ages and abilities.
For more information, email SonomaClimate@gmail.com or visit http://SonomaClimate.com.
Nov
25
Wed
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
Nov 25 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
The Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition is made up of individuals and groups committed to advancing climate change solutions in Sonoma Valley and beyond. The Coalition meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month to discuss strategies and actions for moving Sonoma forward on climate policy and to coordinate efforts among our members.
 
In addition to individuals, the Coalition includes group representatives from the Earth Care Committee of the First Congregational Church, Transition Sonoma Valley, Indivisible Sonoma County, Praxis Peace Institute, and  other local organizations.
 
Coalition members help support the Sonoma City Council, the Sonoma Community Service and Environmental Commission, local school districts, water districts, and the tourism industry to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Coalition members are dedicated to  advancing climate action by making buildings more efficient, increasing renewable energy sources, encouraging widespread adoption of Evergreen, Sonoma Clean Power’s 100% renewable energy program,  and making Sonoma more pedestrian- and bike-friendly by prioritizing  safe streets for people of all ages and abilities.
For more information, email SonomaClimate@gmail.com or visit http://SonomaClimate.com.
Dec
23
Wed
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
Dec 23 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
The Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition is made up of individuals and groups committed to advancing climate change solutions in Sonoma Valley and beyond. The Coalition meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month to discuss strategies and actions for moving Sonoma forward on climate policy and to coordinate efforts among our members.
 
In addition to individuals, the Coalition includes group representatives from the Earth Care Committee of the First Congregational Church, Transition Sonoma Valley, Indivisible Sonoma County, Praxis Peace Institute, and  other local organizations.
 
Coalition members help support the Sonoma City Council, the Sonoma Community Service and Environmental Commission, local school districts, water districts, and the tourism industry to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Coalition members are dedicated to  advancing climate action by making buildings more efficient, increasing renewable energy sources, encouraging widespread adoption of Evergreen, Sonoma Clean Power’s 100% renewable energy program,  and making Sonoma more pedestrian- and bike-friendly by prioritizing  safe streets for people of all ages and abilities.
For more information, email SonomaClimate@gmail.com or visit http://SonomaClimate.com.
Jan
27
Wed
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
Jan 27 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
The Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition is made up of individuals and groups committed to advancing climate change solutions in Sonoma Valley and beyond. The Coalition meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month to discuss strategies and actions for moving Sonoma forward on climate policy and to coordinate efforts among our members.
 
In addition to individuals, the Coalition includes group representatives from the Earth Care Committee of the First Congregational Church, Transition Sonoma Valley, Indivisible Sonoma County, Praxis Peace Institute, and  other local organizations.
 
Coalition members help support the Sonoma City Council, the Sonoma Community Service and Environmental Commission, local school districts, water districts, and the tourism industry to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Coalition members are dedicated to  advancing climate action by making buildings more efficient, increasing renewable energy sources, encouraging widespread adoption of Evergreen, Sonoma Clean Power’s 100% renewable energy program,  and making Sonoma more pedestrian- and bike-friendly by prioritizing  safe streets for people of all ages and abilities.
For more information, email SonomaClimate@gmail.com or visit http://SonomaClimate.com.
Feb
24
Wed
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
Feb 24 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
The Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition is made up of individuals and groups committed to advancing climate change solutions in Sonoma Valley and beyond. The Coalition meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month to discuss strategies and actions for moving Sonoma forward on climate policy and to coordinate efforts among our members.
 
In addition to individuals, the Coalition includes group representatives from the Earth Care Committee of the First Congregational Church, Transition Sonoma Valley, Indivisible Sonoma County, Praxis Peace Institute, and  other local organizations.
 
Coalition members help support the Sonoma City Council, the Sonoma Community Service and Environmental Commission, local school districts, water districts, and the tourism industry to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Coalition members are dedicated to  advancing climate action by making buildings more efficient, increasing renewable energy sources, encouraging widespread adoption of Evergreen, Sonoma Clean Power’s 100% renewable energy program,  and making Sonoma more pedestrian- and bike-friendly by prioritizing  safe streets for people of all ages and abilities.
For more information, email SonomaClimate@gmail.com or visit http://SonomaClimate.com.

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