Dirty Energy / Clean Solutions: Climate Conference 2014


May 10, 2014 @ 2:00 am – 4:30 am
San Francisco Unitarian Universalist Church
1187 Franklin Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
See website. $23-$50

Friday (7pm – 9:30pm):  The conference opens Friday evening, May 9th, with a keynote address by Professor Mark Jacobson of Stanford University on his science-based plan to get to 100% renewable energy by 2050. A panel of Bay Area activists will respond to Jacobson’s plan from legislative, regulatory, and environmental justice perspectives.

See the Speakers and Agenda page for the current program information as we fill out the lineup for the conference. Biographies for all 30+ presenters are here.


New! Special Speaker’s Reception Fundraiser: Come early on Friday, meet the speakers/panelists, and have some great food.

Saturday (9am – 5pm): (Oakland: Laney College) The second day of the conference features panels tackling urgent issues in the climate movement, including:

– Fracking and other extreme well stimulation in California

– Fossil fuel infrastructure expansions (crude by rail and coal exports)

– Clean energy solutions

Lunch is included on Saturday.

Sunday (10am – 3pm): (Oakland: Laney College) Workshops and trainings to strategize effective ways to stop the fossil fuel attack.


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