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Our climate is changing more each day. We're up against wildfires, drought, and floods, and the clock is ticking. Sounds serious, doesn't it?

It is serious! But as we learn more we can do more. We can take actions to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and do our part to slow global warming. Together, we'll protect our communities, our economy, and everything we love about the Bay!

Why it matters

Curious about the science behind our climate situation?


The very fuels that have improved our lives for the past 200 years have added pollution to our atmosphere that is now causing significant climate disruption.​

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Which solutions make the most difference? Which solutions surprise you? Learn more together.

Check out games and interactive tools that show how different climate action strategies affect global temperatures. See how the numbers change when we implement different solutions. Play on your own or with a group, play at home, at work.

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act now before its too late

Want to imagine what's possible?

Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words! Along with a list of feature-length films and documentaries that we recommend, we also have a few short videos that you can watch right now: from Prince Ea and Science Moms; thoughtful and funny videos on how to start a movement and how to have an impact; plus Climate 101 - a series of short videos from Project Drawdown.

Looking for more?

Explore more ways that you can plug into climate action communities, create your own sustainability plan, or make your home, business, or school more eco-friendly in our Resources Library.

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