Please note that this Event took place on May 9, 2024.

Code Red for Humanity: Clean Air, Healthy Bay Area

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It’s a critical time for implementing climate and air quality solutions. With the passage of the BAAQMD clean air rules for water and space heating, cities and counties are preparing for green, efficient, electric appliances to go mainstream. Come hear the innovative solutions happening around the Bay. This event is intended for elected officials, city and county staff, and policy thinkers, and is open to the public. Speakers will share a host of ideas on how to facilitate the public awareness, electrification ordinances, workforce development, and permit streamlining — key strategies that are smoothing the transition to zero emission appliances that reduce pollution and save lives. Gain insights and ideas for viable and equitable next steps in your own jurisdictions.

Speakers include Davina Hurt, Chair of the Bay Area Air Quality Management District; clean energy expert Dr. Mark Jacobson, Stanford University; and more.

Upon registering, you will receive a Zoom link to use when joining us on May 9.

Hosted by ActerraMenlo Spark, and the Climate Action Leadership Team. Co-sponsors include: Peninsula Clean Energy and Silicon Valley Clean Energy. For more information, contact

This event is free. This is a sequel to ‘Code Red for Humanity: What Municipalities Can Do’ and ‘Code Red for Humanity: Pathways to Healthy Electric Cities,’ which were attended by more than 1000 people in 2022-2023.

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10 - 11:30am PDT