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Youth 4 Climate

Our mission is to empower youth to become climate leaders working together for an equitable, sustainable, and resilient future.

featured programs and events

November Climate Cafe - Nov 20

2 pm – 3 pm

Join SanDiego350’s vibrant youth team for a laid-back climate café, where you will have the space to discuss climate topics, engage in social activities, and take action!

It’s Indigenous Heritage Month! In our 11/20 climate cafe, we’ll work to unlearn the unfactual history we’ve been taught. It’s important we all recognize the contributions Indigenous People make toward sustainability and strive to learn from them. We’ll follow that with time to discuss the issue, actions we can take, and ways to honor their legacy.

Urge the San Diego City Council to Support Phasing Out Oil Extraction in California

Our home is on fire! Solving the climate crisis starts with keeping fossil fuels in the ground. Youth v. Oil is asking the San Diego City Council to pass a resolution calling upon CA Governor Newsom to take steps including: stop issuing new oil drilling permits, develop a plan to end oil drilling in the state, and create safety zones around existing sites. (The San Diego Unified School Board and San Diego County Board of Education have already passed the resolution.)

Join our Eco-Club Coalition

The Eco-Club Coalition (ECC) welcomes high school environmental clubs from across the country. The ECC is designed to help you establish a new eco-club or take your existing club to the next level. We provide you with resources and mentorship.

Looking for your own resources for developing an Eco Club?  Check out our online DIY Eco Club Handbook.

Participant Appreciation Meet Up - Oct 24

This meet up at Kate Sessions Park was held to show appreciation for Y4C participants! We had a short yoga session plus games and time to socialize.

Climate Strike San Diego - Sept 24, 2021

High school and college students marched in student-led rallies as part of the Global Day of Climate Action (established by Fridays for Future).  Protests took place in downtown San Diego and Chula Vista, as well as schools around the county including Canyon Crest Academy, High Tech High, Mission Vista High, Patrick Henry High, Westview High, SDSU and UCSD.

For more pix, go to SanDiego350’s Flickr album.  Also Patrick Henry High’s Photo Club Climate Walkout album.

Link to local KPBS news coverage, and link to San Diego Union-Tribune coverage.

During the pandemic, all current programs, events and volunteer activities are being held online. Safety is our first priority.

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