A group of Ventura iMatterYouth will introduce their Climate Report Card, part of a recently launched national campaign that empowers youth to hold their cities accountable to lower emissions to levels that insures a livable planet for their future.
Students from El Camino High School will be delivering their Report Card to the City Council on April 11 and working toward a Climate Inheritance Resolution. Ventura will receive a “D”. (“A” cities have plans that reach net-zero emissions by 2040.) Learn more at imatteryouth.org.
Thursday, April 14, 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Unitarian Universalist Church of Ventura, Fellowship Hall,
5654 Ralston, Ventura
Guest speaker Arthur Valenzuela will be representing Assemblymember Das Williams to describe the current bills in Sacramento that address risks from the oil and gas industry and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
CONTACT: Ron Whitehurst 805-746-5368