Support our Reusable Foodware and Waste Reduction Ordinance

Find out what is proposed, why it matters, and how you can get involved!

Help us phase out gas powered leaf blowers

Gas-powered leaf blowers have the ability to pollute Napa more than any car. Help us phase out this polluting health risk. 

Apply for Climate Advocacy Training

This half-day of live, online training is a great starting point for those who want to become climate activists but aren’t sure where to start. Meet local leaders, scientists, and your neighbors and get all the skills you need to activate those in your community.

Sign Up for Our Newsletter

Get invitations to weigh in on local issues, tips for your home, updates to climate science, and events that you’d enjoy!

Training Resources For Everyone!

Downloadable documents, recordings of presentations, invitations to act – you name it. This is our library of training resources (whether you’re a long-time supporter or just getting started). 

About US

Napa Climate NOW! is a grassroots, non-partisan group of concerned Napa residents. We advocate a just and socially equitable transition to clean energy, reducing emissions of highly potent climate pollutants, restoring natural climate systems, safeguarding oceans, seas, rivers and other waterways, protecting land and sea ice, and preventing harm due to climate change to the health and well-being of all life on earth. 

 

We are committed to efforts to stabilize the climate by 2030 and ultimately, to restore the climate for the generations yet to come.


The work we do, the education we provide and the information we share are based on the latest climate science.


Napa Climate NOW! is an affiliate of 350 Bay Area.


We meet the third Thursday of the month at Napa Valley Lutheran Church, 1796 Elm St, Napa 94559.  Join us! 

Check Out Our Upcoming Events!

There are no upcoming events at this time.
Make Your Climate Choice Into a Visible Choice

Make Your Climate Choice Into a Visible Choice

In 2018, my City Council held a critical vote to decide the sustainability future of my city. The question before the Council: whether or not to default all Albany residents to carbon free power. I’d been volunteering with my local climate action group for awhile and...