What we're about

We are a community dedicated to attracting companies, organizations, entrepreneurs, and visionaries who are interested in and working toward climate restoration.

We have an opportunity to make a profound and long-lasting positive impact on our future as human inhabitants of this wonderful earth. Climate restoration implies doing proactive measures to restore our climate back to pre-1950 levels. A healthy climate for future generations is our goal.

Our community comprises volunteers and people who:
Own or run companies or organizations involved in climate change action or climate restoration
Are looking to invest in technologies and scalable solutions to climate restoration
Want to meet other companies who are engaged in proactive climate work and technologies
Can connect us with such organizations mentioned above
Are willing to contribute their time or money to accelerate climate projects and solutions

We provide the following types of events:
Networking and collaboration events
Social events to bring like-minded individuals together to have fun
Educational events to teach us all about the latest and greatest strategies to restore climate.

See you soon,

Julie, Warren, and Sheila--Organizers

Upcoming events (1)


300 Funston Ave


We are convening our second one-day collaboration event to encourage cooperation among organizations in the Bay Area that are working on climate restoration solutions. By working together, we can achieve our goal of drawing down atmospheric carbon to zero. WE WILL SEND YOU THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION LINK SOON! Featured Speakers: Andrew Haddad Ph.D. is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the group of Robert Kostecki at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. His research interests include the water-energy nexus, energy-efficient desalination, and valuable ion mining from water. Nayeli Maxson Velazquez is the Chief Executive Officer of the Alliance for Community Development, an Oakland-based not-for-profit dedicated to economically empowering local residents, increasing access to capital for underrepresented entrepreneurs and small business owners across the Bay Area. Jim Aldridge is a Senior Engineering Manager and entrepreneur working in a variety of fields, including renewable energy generation. He is also a member and mentor at the Clean Tech Open. For more information: call[masked] or email [masked]

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