Life purpose for meditators

Location given upon registration San Francisco , CA, United States

Green Sangha's founder Jonathan Gustin has made it his mission to assist individuals in uncovering, articulating, and embracing their life's purpose. Living in accordance with our own unique nature, he believes, not only opens the door to more joy in life, but also positions us to serve the world in the best way possible. This […]


Water: keeping it local

This spring, the Environmental Forum of Marin presents Changes, Challenges, and Choices, a lecture series going deeply into the issues that matter, including Drought, Threatened Oceans, Climate Disruption, and Building Community.  This is education for action.  Many Green Sangha members have  participated in the Environmental Forum, both spring lecture series and the autumn Master Class, […]


Threatened oceans: tipping points

According to the National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration (NOAA), the ocean covers 71 percent of the Earth’s surface and contains 97 percent of the planet’s water!  In addition to providing the nutrients to feed its aquatic ecosystem, the ocean’s bounty feeds and nourishes peoples around the planet. Research shows that our oceans are absorbing billions […]

$10 – $15

Saving our oceans

Bay Model Visitor Center 2100 Bridgeway, Sausalito, CA, United States

Threatened Oceans: Damaged Habitat and Plastic Pollution The coastal waters of Central California are in peril due to a myriad of destructive human actions.  Historical threats have created long-term effects including:  extirpation of keystone species such as sea otters, pollution, and over-fishing. Modern threats include plastic and pathogen pollution, shipping traffic, and underwater noise. Learn […]

$20 – $25

Building Community: Food Security

The Sanctuary, San Rafael Presbyterian Church 1510 5th Ave, San Rafael, CA, United States

What is food security, and who are the hungry in Marin County? Speakers will discuss the impacts of food insecurity on our local communities. Learn about agency and individual efforts to address food security through food banks, food redistribution, and agricultural production. Our speakers will discuss hunger in Marin County and environmental impacts of drought […]

$10 – $15

Plastic Is Getting Drastic

Berkeley City Club 2315 Durant Avenue , Berkeley , CA, United States

Captain Charles Moore put the Pacific Gyre on the map with his first report, over ten years ago, of the accumulation of plastic particles of all sizes in the ocean.  He and his colleagues in the Algalita Marine Foundation tallied and weighed samples of surface trawls of the Pacific Gyre, finding 6 pounds of plastic […]

$10 – $15

Plastic-Free Living with Beth Terry

Ecology Center 2530 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley, CA, United States

Are you curious about simple, every-day strategies to reduce plastic in your life? Join a potluck lunch and presentation with author and activist Beth Terry to explore challenges and solutions that address our plastic problem. Beth will present a slideshow and discuss how and why to reduce your consumption of single-use plastic. Presentation will be […]

Harnessing the Economy to Reduce Carbon Emissions

Edgehill Mansion 75 Magnolia Street, at Palm Avenue, Dominican University, San Rafael, CA, United States

The need is real:  Intense heat waves, extreme wildfires, worsening floods, melting polar ice caps, and rising seas indicate that climate change is here now. Yet our civilization keeps pumping CO2 into the atmosphere because fossil fuels are artificially “cheap.” What we can do: Harness the power of money and markets by placing a rising […]

Getting Real on Climate

Angelico Hall 50 Acacia Avenue, San Rafael , CA, United States

Congressman Jared Huffman will join the panel of climate activists on Nov 9 at Angelico Hall Follow Dr. Peter Joseph's Oct 27 presentation on Harnessing the Economy to Reduce CO2 Emissions with a gathering of climate leaders to describe their decisive actions to protect our precious climate. Panelists include Jared Huffman, Ken Alex (UN Climate […]

Election 2016: Tipping point for climate?

Angelico Hall 50 Acacia Avenue, San Rafael , CA, United States

Firing up the political will to solve climate change Congressman Jared Huffman, Stanford Law Professor Michael Wara, and Paulson Institute Vice Chair Kate Gordon speak on the key issue of climate change in the upcoming elections. Moderated by NextGen Climate Former COO Josh Fryday. Tickets $10. No one turned away for lack of funds. RSVP […]