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​​MEETINGS TO WATCH + webinar recordings

Acterra Panel on "The Invisible Vegan" film about the African American experience with plant-based diets:


Discussion focusses on Jasmine C. Leyva's documentary The Invisible Vegan. Thought-provoking conversation with filmmaker and co-director Jasmine and these leaders in plant-based eating: GW Chew (aka "Chef Chew") of Something Better Foods and The Veg Hub, Ivanna Frances of Veggie Mijxs, lauren Ornelas of Food Empowerment Project and with the moderator for the evening, Henrietta J. Burroughs of East Palo Alto Center for Community Media. During the conversation, topics such as food justice, healthy plant-rich eating, cultural relevance, and the decolonization of food were discussed. For more about Jasmine Leyva and her movie, go to 

Telework and Pollution Reduction Webinar 

Sept. 17, 2020  --  Watch the Video:

fact sheets & Videos

Learn about all-electric building "Reach Codes" from Greentown Los Altos:

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There is Nothing "Natural" About Natural Gas

Don't believe the marketing hype about natural gas. This this powerful natural gas infographic,created by Menlo Spark and Cool Block Palo Alto, explodes the myths  around the environmental impact, safety and economic importance of the so-called "clean fossil fuel."

Silicon Valley Clean Energy e-HUB

Use your clean energy to power your entire home, car and appliances. Save money and protect the earth.

Check out these guides to clean electricity, electric vehicles, and powering your home.


California Energy Commission SB 100 Joint Agency Report

Senate Bill (SB) 100 established a landmark policy requiring renewable energy and zero-carbon resources supply 100 percent of electric retail sales to end-use customers by 2045. It requires the California Energy Commission (CEC), California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), and California Air Resources Board (CARB) to prepare a report.

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