Activist Academy: Meet the trainers

  • Posted on 1 February 2024
  • By Apriori Diaz, Activist Academy Intern
Who's ready to meet this year's Activist Academy Trainers? They can't wait for classes to begin.

We have co-created a space where we bring together folks who have been fighting for climate justice and are involved in ESJ campaigns (ending oil drilling, 100% clean resilient future, conservation of our lands, etc.). We invite you to join deep conversations, take action, and be a part of our movement. Come find your community with us among other activists and organizers who are passionate about advocating for climate and environmental justice. 

Volunteerism and Donating

  • Posted on 1 February 2024
  • By mgoodwin

Every corner of the Angeles Chapter is held up by members who are passionate about volunteering their time towards conservation, outings, activism, environmental

Banquet Early Bird Pricing

  • Posted on 1 February 2024
  • By Jennifer Gregg

The Banquet Committee is hard at work creating an event that you won’t want to miss! Be sure to mark your calendar for Saturday, May 18th.

ICO Gift Wrapping Fundraiser: A Huge Success!!

  • Posted on 8 January 2024
  • By Nguyen Tran, ICO Volunteer

The holiday spirit was soaring high on the 23rd and 24th of December 2023, during our annual ICO gift wrapping fundraiser. Every year, we organize this event to aid our efforts in facilitating outdoor trips for students enrolled in the Title I schools we collaborate with in the Los Angeles and Orange counties. During the 2022-2023 school year, our Angeles ICO leaders led 84 trips for 2530 students from marginalized communities within the area.

Rooftop Solar Tour Recap

  • Posted on 4 December 2023
  • By Kim Orbe, Senior Conservation Program Manager

 

Photographed, Community Activists, local elected officials, and Revamp Energy staff

Community Activists, local elected officials, and Revamp Energy staff

Irvine's Ambitious Plastics Ban Met a Hurdle: A Closer Look at the Industry Pushback

  • Posted on 4 December 2023
  • By Hoiyin Ip
In a surprising turn of events, Irvine's groundbreaking plastics ban, seven years in the making, faced an unexpected roadblock. The proposal, touted as the most comprehensive municipal ban in the country, aimed to address the pervasive issue of single-use plastics. However, just three weeks before the crucial City Council vote, a powerful coalition of statewide industry groups launched a counter- campaign that actively and widely spread misinformation. 

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