SF Bay Area Climate Strike

@2019 Bay Area Climate Justice

Join the Bay Area Week of Climate Action 
September 20th- 27th, 2019

On September 20th, three days before the UN Climate Summit, millions of adults will join youth who have been striking internationally to demand transformative action to address the climate crisis.

In the Bay Area as elsewhere around the world, the Strike on the 20th will kick off a week of actions including marches, rallies, talks, a resiliency village and an environmental fair to educate, activate and instigate change. 

Whether you’re 7 or 77, you’re invited to join the movement.

Watch another great youth strike video here

SEPTEMBER 20th: Youth & Allies Strike, SF

This youth-led climate march will kick off

Global Climate Strike Week.


10 AM. - Nancy Pelosi's office

90  7th St. in San Francisco

The March route will proceed to a series of targets contributing to climate breakdown.


SEPTEMBER 23 & 25: Direct Action in the Streets  

​9/23 - Union Square San Francisco - Use swarms, banners, theater, dance & music to disrupt traffic & communicate with drivers.

9/25 - Montgomery BART San Francisco - Confront the corporations and governments that threaten our climate. Paint street murals to represent a sustainable world.

Both days are opportunities to participate in non violent direct action to disrupt business. Take a training to learn how participate safely. 

SEPTEMBER 27th: Strike Against Chevron   

9 AM- 12 PM 

6001 Bollinger Canyon Rd, San Ramon

Join youth and allies to protest Chevron, one of the world’s biggest polluters headquartered here in the Bay Area.


We will be demanding that Chevron gets off of fossil fuels by 2025 and that they stop using their influence to harm frontline communities and our future. We also demand that Governor Newsom hold Chevron accountable.

Every Thursday - Climate Strike Organizing Potlucks.


 Groups Supporting the Bay Area Week of Action

Disclaimer:  Not all actions are endorsed by all groups.

This site is simply a listing of actions and groups here are involved in one or more of those actions.