Like people, organizations are defined by what they do, not by what they say. Below you’ll find links to pages describing actions the Sunflower Alliance either initiated or contributed to in its first year of existence.
Summer Heat. Demonstration at the Chevron Richmond Refinery, 2013
Stop WestPac Rally, Pittsburg, January 11, 2014
Keystone XL Protest at San Francisco Federal Building, February 5, 2014
Forums on the New Dangers of Extreme Energy, February, 2014
Meet, Eat, Drink, Dance. A volunteer appreciation party. March 2014.
Bannering the Bay Area. A blizzard of banners on the day of climate actions around the world, Sept. 21, 2014.
Why do you care about climate change? A sampling of do-it-yourself messages using posters circulated by the Sunflower Alliance, September and October, 2014.