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Our dedicated social media streams are being developed, meanwhile – here are streams from the Green New Deal at UCSD:


Green New Deal at UCSD
Green New Deal at UCSD
Join the Climate Accountability Team!!

By signing up you will commit to signing up to give a public comment at the upcoming Regent's meeting on January 19th-21st. We will provide you with a how-to guide with instructions on how to submit a public comment along with suggested talking points. You are open to choose to either submit a written comment or/and request to give a spoken one. Speakers get chosen randomly from a large pool of requesters, so we need more people to request so some of us can at least speak.

Written comments and requests to speak must be submitted by this Monday January 18th in order to be considered!!

Thank you so much for your help. Feel free to contact us through here, or through an email if you are unsure about how to submit a comment or would like a second opinion.
Green New Deal at UCSD
Green New Deal at UCSD
Green Corps is looking for college graduates who are ready to take on the biggest environmental challenges of our day.

Their program starts by putting you in an intensive classroom training. You learn about issues and campaigns, organizing theory and principles, and skills from recruiting volunteers to staging a media event. Then, you move to a more hands-on experience. You make a difference on important campaigns to transition our country to clean energy, protect wildlife, and more. For example, Lauren Karpinski, an organizer from the Green Corps Class of 2019, brought together a coalition of 40 groups that helped win a landmark solar energy bill in Arkansas this past year.

Apply now to be considered for their 2021/2022 cohort.
Green New Deal at UCSD
Green New Deal at UCSD
Get a brief insight on how climate change may impact our health by watching this short 3 minute video.

There is more than one way climate change can impact our health and the quality of life we may be able to lead. From wildfires to CO2 emissions and plastic pollution, climate change is impacting our health today and will do so even more tomorrow making a top priority issue everyone should get involved in.

If you found this video informative please share!
Green New Deal at UCSD
Green New Deal at UCSD
Are you an undergraduate student seeking more involvement with climate action? The Third Thursday CAFE is GND at UCSD’s group made by and for undergrads looking for support in their journey with climate action.

Our last Third Thursday CAFE of the quarter is this Thursday from 8-9pm PST.

We are excited to have guest speaker Dr. Kristina Mendez from UCSD CAPS to discuss our own relationship with nature and how capitalism and colonialism impacts our wellbeing. The holidays can be a stressful time, and in combination with this year’s events, it’s important to evaluate our own feelings and interactions with the climate crisis.

For Zoom information, sign up to GND at UCSD’s mailing list via the link in our bio! We hope to see you there, and we wish you a happy holiday season!
Green New Deal at UCSD
Green New Deal at UCSD
There's still time to register and join! Please join I-House today at 5pm to learn more on climate action topics. This will be a super fun and informative event you'll want to join so please stop on by and bring any questions you have.

See y'all there!!
Green New Deal at UCSD
Green New Deal at UCSD
Happy Wednesday y'all! First Friday meeting is this Friday December 4th at 4 pm for new member orientation and 4:30pm for anyone that has already attended before.

This month we're excited to be joined by guest speaker Dr Michael Mendez, Associate Professor of Social Ecology at UC Irvine. Dr Mendez's research agenda centers on the implications of climate change policy on environmental justice communities at scales ranging from the local to the global. There'll also be the usual project updates. Note that the new member orientation starts at 4 pm (same Zoom).

Zoom info sent by email - sign up to mailing list by Thursday midnight to receive the Zoom info


Allies in the University of California, please help.
A super concrete thing you can do - sign up NOW to speak to, or write to, the Regents.
We need the Regents to set goals for the UC to get off fossil fuels; for energy systems and for finance.
#UCGetOffTheGas @UCGreenNewDeal
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In 2020 in the US alone, twenty two weather-related disasters each cost more than US$1 billion
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"There is something uneasy in the Los Angeles air this afternoon, some unnatural stillness ... What it means is that tonight a Santa Ana will begin to blow, a hot wind from the northeast whining down through the ... San Gorgonia Pass .. drying the hills and the nerves". Didion ucsdgreennewde1 photo

Interesting. This hurts Australia's coal industry and coal politics.

China Battles the World’s Biggest Coal Exporter, and Coal Is Losing

Scientists @UofCalifornia strongly suggest early-retirement of gas-burning plants.

"... power sector capital ... will take decades to retire unless its value is sacrificed, and lower-warming scenarios often demand such sacrifice."

#UCGetOffTheGas NOW!

To have 66% chance of keeping heating to 1.5 C the world has budget of ~420 bill tonnes (Gt of C02)

But committed & planned Fossil Fuel infrastructure already accounts for 846 Gt of C02.

We must get off gas now OR forget about 1.5 target