Pass a climate emergency in Santa Ana

Wind turbines and solar panels agains a backdrop of green hills

At a city council meeting on March 2nd, Santa Ana will be discussing whether or not to move forward with passing a climate emergency resolution. But not just any climate emergency resolution – this one will endorse the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty (we could be the first in the U.S. to do so!). It will also state our city's alignment with the SAFE Cities movement's goal of stopping new fossil fuel infrastructure and implementing a just transition. This is a real chance to start our community – and the world – on a path to an environment safe from fossil fuels and climate change.

However, for this climate emergency resolution including an endorsement of the Treaty and SAFE Cities to pass, local leaders need to hear from you – and we've created a tool that makes submitting a comment in support of this action super easy.

Will you submit a comment and ask local lawmakers to endorse the Treaty and SAFE Cities and keep our community and the global climate safe from fossil fuel expansion?

Click here to learn more about the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty and SAFE Cities.

Ask Santa Ana to pass a climate emergency

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Your comment is more effective when it's been personalized by you. The most impactful comments include details about your life, why you care personally about climate change and fossil fuel pollution, or how you'll be impacted by this decision.

Santa Ana City Council
Santa Ana
and Mayor Sarmiento
Santa Ana City Council
City Councilmember
Jessie
Lopez
Santa Ana City Council
Mayor
Vicente
Sarmiento
Santa Ana Mayor
Councilmember
Thai
Viet Phan
Santa Ana City Council
Councilmember
David
Penaloza
Santa Ana City Council
Councilmember
Phil
Bacerra
Santa Ana City Council
Councilmember
Johnathan
Ryan Hernandez
Santa Ana City Council
Councilmember
Nelida
Mendoza
Santa Ana City Council

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