Drawdown’s Neighborhood: San Francisco Bay Area, a climate solutions short documentary series


June 26, 2024 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
David Brower Center
2150 Allston Way

jJoin local climate heroes, community members, and supporters for the launch of Drawdown’s Neighborhood: San Francisco Bay Area, a climate solutions short documentary series (premiering at drawdown.org/neighborhood in late August 2024) passing the mic to voices that often go unheard in global climate solutions conversations. The series is presented by Project Drawdown.

This event is hosted by Project Drawdown’s Stories team and Matt Scott, Director of Storytelling & Engagement and the host of Drawdown’s Neighborhood. The event will serve as a sneak peek screening of the series (showing clips from the 7 full episodes), before the global virtual launch in late August, and celebrate some of the unsung and undersung local climate solutions heroes making the the Bay Area area a better place. With it being San Francisco Pride Week and the series featuring a number of queer Black people, Indigenous people, and people of color in the climate space, the theme of this event is “Pride.”

Doors open at 6:30pm, giving you a chance to find your seat and settle in for an exciting night.

A t 7:00pm, the program begins on-stage, with short clips from the 7 episodes of Drawdown’s Neighborhood: San Francisco Bay Area, live performances, and a program led by Matt Scott. The celebration will conclude between 8:30 and 9:00pm.

Drawdown’s Neighborhood: San Francisco Bay Area features people helping the world reach “drawdown” — the future point in time when greenhouse gases start to steadily decline — from:

  • Acterra (Irvin Rivero)
  • Business Council on Climate Change (BC3) (Lauren Wan)
  • CalWave (César Córdova)
  • The Lupine Collaborative (Grace Anderson)
  • Mycelium Youth Network (Ashia Ajani)
  • Shelterwood Collective (Layel Camargo)
  • Sonoma County Transportation Authority, Regional Climate Protection Authority (SCTA/RCPA) (Anna Oliva)

Learn more about Project Drawdown, the nonprofit climate solutions resource, at drawdown.org.

Discover solutions and take action with Drawdown’s Neighborhood at drawdown.org/neighborhood.


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