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Addressing Climate Anxiety with Dr. Sarah Ray at Zoom online meetings

July 9, 2020 from 6:30pm to 8pm
Feeling overwhelmed with news on climate and wondering how you can have an impact? Join Sustainable Contra Costa and Mt. Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church to learn about climate anxiety and how we can combat climate change through our everyday actions! This is a FREE virtual webinar and dialogue with Dr. Sarah Ray of Humboldt State University. Dr. Ray will discuss strategies for coping with climate (and coronavirus) anxiety that she has put together from social movement theory, mindfulness,…See More
Kyle Suen is now a member of Sustainable Contra Costa Network
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Jul 1
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Jun 29
Kimberly Lam posted a discussion

“I Can’t Breathe”: Race, COVID, and Environmental Justice

The exploitation of our planet’s natural resources has always been closely linked to the exploitation of people of color. Climate change disproportionately affects Black and other marginalized communities in this country. We cannot have environmental and climate justice without racial justice.Environmental Racism & Housing“Climate change is the result of a legacy of…See More
Jun 28
Veronica Yoo posted a discussion

A Sustainable Summer: Plastic-Free July

July marks the official start of summer. From social-distancing parties to barbeques to beach trips, all activities have officially been moved outdoors. Exciting as this all is, the importance of sustainability may be lost from our sight. Resultedly, this month also is the start of a sustainable change: “Plastic-Free July”. Time spent outdoors means fresh air, hiking, and green trees, but it can also lead to littering and other…See More
Jun 28
Alison Clary posted a discussion

The Benefits of Houseplants: Myths, Mood, and More......

While we stay in place, work from home, and attend school online during COVID-19, houseplant sales are skyrocketing. During our confinement, plants seem to provide some serious “green therapy.” Indoor plants are appealing to the eye and  provide some wonderful health benefits as well.Can Houseplants Be Sustainable?As with all behaviors and habits, keeping your lifestyle…See More
Jun 27

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Step Up To The Cleaner Contra Costa Challenge!

Step up to the Cleaner Contra Costa Challenge and join us in taking action that honors the well-being of humanity and the planet. Measure your own footprint and commit to learning and using sustainable living skills that help you save money, build community, and preserve the planet.

NEW! Take part in the Summer Challenge! Complete as many actions as possible to earn points for a chance to win prizes and be recognized for your efforts. The Challenge goes until August 31st, 2020! Compete as an individual or as part of team!  The first 100 individuals to reach 5,000 points will receive a Tread Lightly Toolkit, which includes a reusable bamboo utensil set, a reusable stainless steel straw, and more! 

Visit CleanerContraCosta.org to set up your profile, calculate your carbon footprint, find local resources, and track your individual and community’s progress.

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