Video from “Time to Lead on Climate Change”

On November 9, 2015, on the eve of the Paris Climate Talks,  a packed house in Dominican University’s Angelico Hall gathered to hear some straight talk on addressing climate change.  An outstanding lineup of speakers gave their candid assessment of where we stand on taking meaningful action to avert disastrous climate change and what it […]

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“10 Years of SSR” Video

Take  trip with us down Sustainable Memory Lane:  “Mt. Trashmore” . . . The “Rally in the Rain” . . . The Beach Party on Second Ave . . . and much more. We put this video montage together to show at our 10th Anniversary Celebration in August 2015. Come along and marvel at how […]

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Pictures from our 10th Anniversary Party!

On August 9, 2015, over 100 members and friends of Sustainable San Rafael gathered at Whipper Snapper to celebrate our tenth Birthday.  We especially honored Kiki LaPorta and Sue Spofford, who founded the organization in 2005 shortly after completing the Environmental Forum of Marin’s Master Class together.  Click here to see more pictures from this […]

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New Solar For San Rafael

In August, the San Rafael City Council voted to move ahead with a major initiative to install solar panels on six city buildings.  The first site to be completed will be City Hall, pictured above.  When the project is complete. 57% of the city’s electric use will be delivered by solar, and the city’s greenhouse […]

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“Who Are We?” A New Video About Marin’s Future

Are you frustrated by the negativity of the debate on planning and Marin’s future? Here’s a new video that asks the positive question “What do you want for Marin’s future?” and seeks answers in the vision of our youth. Former County Supervisor Susan Adams and her staff  asked young people — high schoolers … college students … […]

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Report from “Rising Waters, Rising Voices”

On October 8, 2014, we held a follow-up to this summer’s overflow “Rising Waters, Rising Rates” event on climate-induced insurance costs.  This time, participants were asked to join a panel of Marin climate leaders to brainstorm together on what we can do to ‘manage the risks’ from growing climate disruptions. Review a  “Storyfy” report on the event by clicking here.  (Complete […]

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