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.
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.