News and Photo Brief from 350 Santa Cruz


Promotional video for the March for Real Climate Leadership on February 7th.
(Video: Hope Forpeace, 350 Santa Cruz)

350 Santa Cruz, Yes on Measure J Campaign
350 Santa Cruz members with residents from San Benito after the win in the
Yes on Measure J campaign, Nov., 2014.
(Photo: 350 Santa Cruz)

A Win against Fracking for a Grassroots Campaign in San Benito

November-December, 2014. In election season 2014, members of 350 Santa Cruz went to San Benito County to help local residents with The Coalition to Protect San Benito canvass the county to have Measure J - to ban fracking in San Benito County - passed in November.

Through great grassroots effort, the Measure was passed. Thank you to all of the 350 Santa Cruz community that were involved. Thank you to the others who attended the local fundraiser at Lúpulo Craft Beer House for donating to the campaign and to Lupulo for kindly hosting the event.

For a media report, read this L.A. Times article on the banning of fracking in San Benito County, CA.



350 Santa Cruz, Yes on Measure J Campaign
Students involved with Fossil Free UC at UC Santa Cruz. Nov., 2015.
(Photo: Sierra Club, Ventana Chapter)

Updates from our partner 350.org

Announcements and Actions

January 2015

1) Happy New Year! Let's continue to mobilize the community to address climate change in Santa Cruz and beyond in 2015. Begin the year by viewing 350.org's 'Year in Review' to learn about 350.org's accomplishments in 2014.

2) Folks from 350 Santa Cruz will attend the rally to ban fracking in Oakland on February 7th. Check the calendar for details and sign up for the bus that a great organizer of ours has organized here. Also view the promotional video to the left.

3) Go directly to our calendar to view upcoming events!

4) Let's see the University of California divest from fossil fuels. Visit Fossil Fuel Free's website and sign their petition today. Also, please read this blog post written by the Sierra Club Ventana Chapter's intern, Rebecca Kay, on Fossil Free UC at UC Santa Cruz. Last, visit Fossil Free UC Santa Cruz's Facebook page for the latest updates.


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