Rotary Climate Action Committee (RCAC)

How Green Are We?

Conversations Lead To ACTION

Doomsday Clock

This year is the last time we have, if we are not to see a carbon rebound…The next three years will determine the course of the next 30 years and beyond. If we do not [take action] we will surely see a rebound in emissions. If emissions rebound, it is very difficult to see how they will be brought down in future. This is why we are urging governments to have sustainable recovery packages.

Fatih Birol - 2020

Executive Director, International Energy Agency

Please join our conversation as we take community and individual ACTION focused on achievable solutions for our shared home! Our grassroots approach is hyper-tuned on goals that are within reach.

Mission Statement:

  • To develop a repertoire of best practices with highest impact within our individual control to combating climate change.
  • To share best practices with other Rotary clubs and community organizations as invited.
  • To encourage individuals to assume responsibility and personally act in ways that will bring the quickest ROI to reducing CO2 emissions, such as switching to solar, electrifying sources, and reduction of burning wood.

These proposals are in line with Rotary International’s grassroots efforts to explore ways and means to make our environment more sustainable.

For more information contact Committee Chair Debbie Caminiti or Vice-Committee Chairs Rod Diridon and DeAnna Pursai.

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Jun 20th 2024 12:15 pm
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The Rotary Club of San Jose

Administrative Office
Gordon House
1690 Senter Road
San Jose, CA 95112

Contact us

Office: 408-297-6100
Office Hours
M-TH: 7:30 - 4:30
Friday: 7 - 1

Weekly meeting address

Rotary Summit Center
88 S. 4th St.
7th Floor
San Jose, CA
Lunch $25 (order lunch by Monday at noon)

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