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CEC Climate Action Webinar Series: Creating Waves of Change: CEC’s Climate Stewards Talk Local Action & Impact
The Community Environmental Council is proud to be the first and only nonprofit on the Central Coast to deliver the Climate Stewards certification program. This eight-week course focuses on the work being done by CEC and other organizations in our region to address and alleviate climate impacts.
Community Environmental Council Climate Action Webinar: How the Momentum of Recent Climate Policy is a Win For You
Want to know why the recent wave of federal and California climate legislation is so exciting – and how it can help your pocketbook? Join the Community Environmental Council on Tuesday, December 6 from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. PT to learn how these tremendous policy developments are catalyzing climate momentum like never before. Better yet, get the inside scoop on how they will help you maximize savings on energy upgrades with the latest local, state, and federal consumer tax credits and rebates. Ask your burning questions, and get inspired by the wave of climate progress on the horizon!
As high gas prices make electric vehicles (EVs) more appealing, California is accelerating the green energy transition. But a broad and equitable transition to zero emissions transportation is only possible if all drivers have access to EVs and support to make the switch from gas-powered cars.
The Community Environmental Council is highlighting the range of impressive climate bills state legislature passed Wednesday night.
This program is designed for anyone looking to play an active role in creating and implementing climate solutions in their homes, workplaces, and communities. Graduates of the CEC's UC Climate Stewards certification program are equipped to play an active role in the statewide effort to advance rapid and equitable solutions to the climate crisis in their community – and make a positive impact throughout the Central Coast. Participants meet weekly on Zoom for nine weeks with some weekend in-person field trips.
Only five percent of our nation’s plastic waste was recycled in 2021, according to the Department of Energy. This dismal statistic underscores the growing failure of recycling to keep up with the growing volume of plastic trash.
The Plastic Free July movement is an annual reminder that individuals can play an important role in the solution to plastic pollution. Since the movement’s inception in 2010, over 100 million people in 190 countries have pledged to refuse single-use plastics in July (and beyond).
Veggie Rescue and Santa Ynez Valley (SYV) Community Kitchen at St. Mark’s coordinate efforts to turn excess produce into meals for food-insecure residents.
Santa Barbara Earth Day Honors Kenny Loggins and CEC’s UC Climate Stewards Graduates with 2022 Environmental Hero Award
Community Environmental Council proudly announces the recipients of its 2022 Santa Barbara Earth Day Environmental Hero Award.
CEC is the recipient of a $300,000 grant to monitor and share findings on air pollution, wildfire smoke, and pesticide exposure at the neighborhood level throughout Guadalupe and the Santa Maria Valley.
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The FREE daytime event will take place in and around downtown Santa Barbara’s Arlington Theatre from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. A separate ticketed evening concert will begin at 7:00 p.m. Learn more and register at: https://sbearthday.org.
Held at Santa Barbara’s Arlington Theatre, CEC’s Earth Day Features Annual Climate Leadership Summit, Green Car Show, 2nd Annual Earth Day Mural, Environmental Hero Award, Evening Concert Headlined by locals Jackson Gillies and No Simple Highway
Over the last decade, Central Coast local governments and the state of California generally have made solid progress on climate action, while the Federal government has been at an impasse.
Join us for a powerful showcase of community-led action. Recent alumni of CEC’s new UC Climate Stewards course share their experience, the community action projects they designed, and how they are putting new-found climate knowledge to work within Central Coast communities.
The Community Environmental Council is proud to announce the addition of two bottle-filling hydration stations in Alameda and Shoreline parks.
The Community Environmental Council aims to clear up misinformation spreading about Community Choice Energy coming to Santa Barbara County next month.
The Community Environmental Council proudly announces Annie Leonard, Executive Director of Greenpeace USA, as the recipient of its 2021 Environmental Hero Award.