Climate Mobilization March Sunday, November 5, 2017

Climate Change March Nov. 5The event begins at San Diego Civic Center Plaza. The march continues to the  Federal Building at Front and Broadway.  The Pledge will be posted on the Federal Building calling upon the Federal Government to implement a World War II-scale Mobilization to transition the U.S. off of Fossil Fuels and onto Wind, Water & Solar Renewable Energy as computer modeled by Engineering Professor Mark Jacobson and his colleagues at Stanford University. Fossil Fuels must be abolished if humans are to survive.

Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017 – 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
San Diego Civic Center Plaza at 1200 Third Avenue San Diego
CONTACT Derek and Nancy Casady 858-457-0246

 

Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017 – 10:00 am to 07:00 pm
Vegetarian (Not Vegan) Jewish Food and Farm Fest
Coastal Roots Farm at 441 Saxony Road, Encinitas

Coastal Roots Farm at 441 Saxony Road, Encinitas, North County Vegan, Plant Based, including Raw: Eat Healthy Sunday, November 5 at 10:00 AM Foodies on the Farm (November 5), a full day of cookbook authors, celebrity chefs, tastes and treats – sponsored by the San Diego Jewish Book Fest.
https://www.meetup.com/North-County-Vegan/events/244336668/

 

Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017 from 7:30 am to 9:00 am
Carlsbad Chamber Sustainability Committee
Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce
5934 Priestly Dr, Carlsbad, CA 92008
CONTACT Bev Jorgensen 760-931-8400 x 216 Event website

 

We showcase, support and speak for Sustainable Heroes in our community. We are Advocates and Activists for Eco Causes and Communities. Join Us.

There are a number of amazing organizations out there focused on Sustainability. Instead of adding one more to the mix and dividing resources, we decided to become that resource for organizations. We’re here to promote events, connect people, educate and spread the word about what is going on in our community, and support any entity that tries to make the world a greener place.


SAN DIEGO INTL FILM FESTIVAL Begins Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017

There is still time to get tickets for tomorrow’s Film Festival

Support NCEA by going to the San Diego Film Festival!
USE PROMO CODE 10SNCEA10 TO SAVE 10% ON PASSES!

San Diego Intl Film Festival
Oct 4, 2017 at 5:30 pm to Oct 8, 2017 at 9:00 pm

The San Diego International Film Festival is an important stop on the festival circuit as films debut and begin to make their way towards Academy Awards and other important competitions. We recognize the Opening night kicks off with a bang and an afterparty, Thursday night get star struck at VARIETY Night of the Stars Tribute, Friday Night it’s on to our Party with a Purpose, see who takes home the awards at the Filmmakers Awards Show & party on Saturday night and roll into Culinary Cinema on Sunday with delicious bites from top chef’s paired with a foodie film. films and filmmakers with VARIETY Night of the Stars Tribute and our Filmmaker Awards.

POISONING PARADISE Fri, Oct 6 | 3:30pm | Regal UA Horton

Journey to the seemingly idyllic world of Native Hawaiians, whose communities are surrounded by experimental test sites for genetically engineered seed corn and pesticides sprayed upwind of their homes, schools, hospitals, and shorelines.

WASTED: THE STORY OF FOOD WASTE
Fri, Oct 6 | 5:00pm | Regal UA Horton

An informative and entertaining documentary produced by celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain,

WASTED! THE STORY OF FOOD WASTE takes you around the world, showing you the 1.3 billion tons of food that gets thrown out each year and some of the people fighting most creatively to prevent that waste.

RIVERBLUE: CAN FASHION SAVE THE PLANET?
Sat, Oct 7 | 1:00pm | Regal UA Horton

Do you know how dirty your jeans are? Narrated by clean water supporter Jason Priestley, RiverBlue follows international river conservationist, Mark Angelo, on a journey that uncovers the dark side of the fashion industry.

THE LAST ANIMALS
Sat, Oct 7 | 3:30pm | Regal UA Horton

The Last Animals follows the conservationists, scientists and activists battling poachers and criminal networks to save elephants and rhinos from the edge of extinction.

SPIRIT OF DISCOVERY
Sat, Oct 7 | 4:30pm | ArcLight UTC

Walter Munk’s brilliant failures have done more for the world than a thousand men’s ordinary successes, but can he muster another one for the threatened flying Devil Rays that share his name?

WE BELIEVE FILM CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

The San Diego International Film Festival presents the very best in independent filmmaking. Our curated track of environmental films explores the most pressing issues facing our planet today. See and hear from some of the bravest and committed filmmakers in the world as they help bring understanding and awareness to the environmental challenges we all face.


James Floros Speaks at the Social Purpose Forum, Friday, October 21, 2016

Inspiring New Ideas for The ECO Economy –
A Social Purpose Forum by the EcoFest Team –

Friday, October 21
5:30 to 8:00
at the Seaside Center,
1613 Lake Dr., Encinitas, CA 92024 –

 ncea-party-flyer-8-5x11-2-webSee the amazing ‘Social Purpose Forum’ speakers and their bios below.  Register here for the Eco Celebration.

The North County Eco Alliance (NCEA) is a community platform for connecting organizations and business committed to sustainable living.

NCEA is celebrating 11 years of growing the EcoFocused community with the Annual Eco Alliance Celebration. This years theme is – ‘A Social Purpose Forum’. The evening will bring together influential leaders in the Sustainable Living, Purpose Driven and Socially Responsible Business Communities. The goal is to create an insightful and inspirational environment for the attendees and link them to the abundant local, regional and national resources.

Our goals include:

  • Achieve Prosperity While Pursuing Sustainable Living Goals
  • Embrace Purpose Driven Socially Responsible Businesses
  • Develop the Eco Economy and create New Job Opportunities

The Social Purpose Forum Speakers:

The Solar Powered Ice Cream Cart
    Tyler Norris, Founder, Go Soulr
A Winner of the 2016 Social Innovation Challenge

Feeding 100,000+ by Going Green
    James Floros, President and CEO of
        Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank

The Social Business Revolution 
    Andrew Hewitt, Founder, Game Changers 500

Community Food and Youth Initiatives
    Farmer D, Director of Agriculture, Coastal Roots Farm

Evening Festivities

5:30 Reception – Fun, Good Food, Libations

6:00 Keynote and Subject Matter Speakers

7:00 Active Networking, Surprise Dessert

8:00 Close

Speaker Bios

James (Jim) Floros joined the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank in 2013 as President and Chief Executive Officer. Jim has more than 33 years of experience working in the nonprofit sector. Jim served as the Director of Community Relations at the world headquarters of Project Concern International. From there Jim joined the San Diego Burn Institute where he served as their CEO for 20 years.

Tyler Norris Founder Go Soulr

Andrew Hewitt, Founder, Game Changers 500

Daron ‘Farmer D’ Joffe, Director of Agriculture, Coastal Roots Farm

 

About NCEA

The NCEA hosts the annual EcoFest environmental fair and offers workshops and collaboration services to help public and private sector members create an impact on our region. NCEA (aka Encinitas Environment Day, Inc) is a 501.c3 nonprofit organization. NCEA is a member of the Encinitas & Carlsbad Chambers of Commerce.


Tyler Norris Speaks at The Social Purpose Forum, Friday, October 21, 2016

Inspiring New Ideas for The ECO Economy – A Social Purpose Forum – From the EcoFest Team.
ncea-party-flyer-8-5x11-2-web
Friday, October 21
5:30 to 8:00
at the Seaside Center,
1613 Lake Dr., Encinitas, CA 92024

 Register here for the Eco Celebration.

 

The North County Eco Alliance (NCEA) is a community platform for connecting organizations and business committed to sustainable living.

NCEA is celebrating 11 years of growing the EcoFocused community with an Annual Eco Alliance Celebration Networking Event. The evening will bring together influential leaders in the Sustainable Living, Purpose Driven and Socially Responsible Business Communities. The goal is to create an insightful and inspirational environment for the attendees and link them to the abundant local, regional and national resources.

Our goals include:

  • Achieve Prosperity While Pursuing Sustainable Living Goals
  • Embrace Purpose Driven Socially Responsible Businesses
  • Develop the Eco Economy and create New Job Opportunities

The Social Purpose Forum Speakers:

The Solar Powered Ice Cream Cart
    Tyler Norris, Founder, Go Soulr
A Winner of the 2016 Social Innovation Challenge

Feeding 100,000+ by Going Green
    James Floros, President, San Diego Food Bank

The Social Business Revolution 
    Andrew Hewitt, Founder, Game Changers 500

Community Food and Youth Initiatives
    Farmer D, Director of Agriculture, Coastal Roots Farm

Evening Festivities

5:30 Reception – Fun, Good Food, Libations

6:00 Keynote and Subject Matter Speakers

7:00 Active Networking, Surprise Dessert

8:00 Close

The NCEA hosts the annual EcoFest environmental fair and offers workshops and collaboration services to help public and private sector members create an impact on our region. NCEA (aka Encinitas Environment Day, Inc) is a 501.c3 nonprofit organization. NCEA is a member of the Encinitas & Carlsbad Chambers of Commerce.


Andrew Hewitt Speaks at the Social Purpose Forum Friday, October 21, 2016

Inspiring New Ideas for The ECO Economy –
A Social Purpose Forum by the EcoFest Team –
ncea-party-flyer-8-5x11-2-web

Friday, October 21
5:30 to 8:00
at the Seaside Center,
1613 Lake Dr., Encinitas, CA 92024 –

.

 Register here for the Eco Celebration.

The North County Eco Alliance (NCEA) is a community platform for connecting organizations and business committed to sustainable living.

NCEA is celebrating 11 years of growing the EcoFocused community with an Annual Eco Alliance Celebration Networking Event. The evening will bring together influential leaders in the Sustainable Living, Purpose Driven and Socially Responsible Business Communities. The goal is to create an insightful and inspirational environment for the attendees and link them to the abundant local, regional and national resources.

Our goals include:

  • Achieve Prosperity While Pursuing Sustainable Living Goals
  • Embrace Purpose Driven Socially Responsible Businesses
  • Develop the Eco Economy and create New Job Opportunities

The Social Purpose Forum Speakers:

The Solar Powered Ice Cream Cart
    Tyler Norris, Founder, Go Soulr
A Winner of the 2016 Social Innovation Challenge

Feeding 100,000+ by Going Green
    James Floros, President, San Diego Food Bank

The Social Business Revolution 
    Andrew Hewitt, Founder, Game Changers 500

Community Food and Youth Initiatives
    Farmer D, Director of Agriculture, Coastal Roots Farm

Evening Festivities

5:30 Reception – Fun, Good Food, Libations

6:00 Keynote and Subject Matter Speakers

7:00 Active Networking, Surprise Dessert

8:00 Close

The NCEA hosts the annual EcoFest environmental fair and offers workshops and collaboration services to help public and private sector members create an impact on our region. NCEA (aka Encinitas Environment Day, Inc) is a 501.c3 nonprofit organization. NCEA is a member of the Encinitas & Carlsbad Chambers of Commerce.


Farmer D Speaks at the Social Purpose Forum Friday, October 21, 2016

Inspiring New Ideas for The ECO Economy –
A Social Purpose Forum from the EcoFest Team –

ncea-party-flyer-8-5x11-2-webFriday, October 21
5:30 to 8:00
at the Seaside Center,
1613 Lake Dr., Encinitas, CA 92024

Register here for the Eco Celebration.

The North County Eco Alliance (NCEA) is a community platform for connecting organizations and business committed to sustainable living.

NCEA is celebrating 11 years of growing the EcoFocused community with an Annual Eco Alliance Celebration Networking Event. The evening will bring together influential leaders in the Sustainable Living, Purpose Driven and Socially Responsible Business Communities. The goal is to create an insightful and inspirational environment for the attendees and link them to the abundant local, regional and national resources.

Our goals include:

  • Achieve Prosperity While Pursuing Sustainable Living Goals
  • Embrace Purpose Driven Socially Responsible Businesses
  • Develop the Eco Economy and create New Job Opportunities

The Social Purpose Forum Speakers:

The Solar Powered Ice Cream Cart
    Tyler Norris, Founder, Go Soulr
A Winner of the 2016 Social Innovation Challenge

Feeding 100,000+ by Going Green
    James Floros, President, San Diego Food Bank

The Social Business Revolution 
    Andrew Hewitt, Founder, Game Changers 500

Community Food and Youth Initiatives
    Farmer D, Director of Agriculture, Coastal Roots Farm

Evening Festivities

5:30 Reception – Fun, Good Food, Libations

6:00 Keynote and Subject Matter Speakers

7:00 Active Networking, Surprise Dessert

8:00 Close

The NCEA hosts the annual EcoFest environmental fair and offers workshops and collaboration services to help public and private sector members create an impact on our region. NCEA (aka Encinitas Environment Day, Inc) is a 501.c3 nonprofit organization. NCEA is a member of the Encinitas & Carlsbad Chambers of Commerce.

 

 


A Social Purpose Forum – From the EcoFest Team, October 21, 2016

Inspiring New Ideas for The ECO Economy –
A Social Purpose Forum – From the EcoFest Team

ncea-party-flyer-8-5x11-2-webFriday, October 21 5:30 to 8:00 at the Seaside Center, 1613 Lake Dr., Encinitas, CA 92024


Register here for the Eco Celebration.

The North County Eco Alliance (NCEA) is a community platform for connecting organizations and business committed to sustainable living.

NCEA is celebrating 11 years of growing the EcoFocused community with an Annual Eco Alliance Celebration Networking Event. The evening will bring together influential leaders in the Sustainable Living, Purpose Driven and Socially Responsible Business Communities. The goal is to create an insightful and inspirational environment for the attendees and link them to the abundant local, regional and national resources.

Our goals include:

  • Achieve Prosperity While Pursuing Sustainable Living Goals
  • Embrace Purpose Driven Socially Responsible Businesses
  • Develop the Eco Economy and create New Job Opportunities

The Social Purpose Forum Speakers:

The Solar Powered Ice Cream Cart
    Tyler Norris, Founder, Go Soulr
A Winner of the 2016 Social Innovation Challenge

Feeding 100,000+ by Going Green
    James Floros, President, San Diego Food Bank

The Social Business Revolution 
    Andrew Hewitt, Founder, Game Changers 500

Community Food and Youth Initiatives
    Farmer D, Director of Agriculture, Coastal Roots Farm

Evening Festivities

5:30 Reception – Fun, Good Food, Libations

6:00 Keynote and Subject Matter Speakers

7:00 Active Networking, Surprise Dessert

8:00 Close

The NCEA hosts the annual EcoFest environmental fair and offers workshops and collaboration services to help public and private sector members create an impact on our region. NCEA (aka Encinitas Environment Day, Inc) is a 501.c3 nonprofit organization. NCEA is a member of the Encinitas & Carlsbad Chambers of Commerce.

 

 


Candidates Discuss Climate Change Issues

This presentation is one of an ongoing series of events sponsored by the North County Climate Change Alliance and other local groups, with the goal of providing opportunities for local residents to become informed about issues related to climate change.

Sept. 17 from 2-4 PM  at the Vista Library, 700 Eucalyptus Ave, Vista

Transit Info – Vista Library:
1.) Take the Sprinter to the Vista Transit Center Station. Walk approximately 9 miles
2.) Take Bus #334, that operates approx. every 40 minutes and stops at the library.

For more information contact Bobby Kingins Chapter Lead NCCCA (Tri-City) http://www.facebook.com/northcountyclimate760-583-5096

TEAM- Together- Everyone- Accomplishes-More
Tommy Hough leads  an environmental group called the San Diego County Democrats for Environmental Action. Interested in helping out the group,  attend their upcoming fundraiser on Sunday, Sept. 11 at 1 p.m. Click here for more info.

Green School Expo Deadline Extended to April 15

www.ecofestencinitas.org

Reserve your spot in the Green School Expo at EcoFest by April 15, 2016. Projects to be exhibited at EcoFest on Sunday, May 15 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Coastal Roots Farm at 450 Quail Gardens Dr. in Encinitas.

EcoFest Green School Expo Announces Extension Of Project Submission Deadline To April 15
EcoFest organizers announced today that educators now have until April 15, 2016 to reserve their spot in the Green School Expo at EcoFest on Sunday, May 15 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Coastal Roots Farm at 450 Quail Gardens Dr. in Encinitas.

The Green School Expo is a high visibility platform for our future community leaders to present existing or new projects in Science, Art, Water, Nature, Sustainability, STEM or STEAM.   Participating Students from Grades 3 through 12 can participate and typically two to four projects per school will represented.

“The Green School Contest is a new part of our annual EcoFest, where students and educators in Encinitas can share their innovative work promoting sustainability. Regardless of how big or small the project is, every step counts in making our school, community and world more sustainable,” said Tasha Boerner Horvath, VP of Programs at Paul Ecke Central Elementary School PTA and EcoFest volunteer.

Green School Expo

The project exhibits can include table top displays or posters and will be featured in 10-foot booths throughout the Green School Pavilion. Students will be scheduled throughout the day to present their projects to exhibit attendees. The projects can feature videos, research displays, art, field trip reports, or hands on demonstrations.

Encinitas Union School District, one of only a handful of National Green Ribbon School Districts in the country, will showcase their award-winning formula of combining sustainable building upgrades and institutional best practices with environmental education programs at this year’s Green School Expo.

Typical project subjects include: garden science, pollination, reproduction, hydroponics, composting, rain water harvesting, pollution control, storm water run‐off, sampling & testing, climate, photosynthesis, wildlife habitat, wetlands, native plants, water & energy conservation & renewable energy solutions.

If you need additional information about submitting your project visit www.ecofestencinitas.org, email info@ncecoalliance.org or contact us at (760) 362-6045.