Climate Bay Area: Advancing the Region’s Climate Effort
Learn how Climate Bay Area, a multi-sector partnership, is advancing climate actions in the San Francisco Bay Area.
A Catalyst for Climate Action
Climate Bay Area (CBA) provides a “meeting place” for the region, bringing together public, private and non-profit stakeholders to address the most important Bay Area climate issues. CBA was created to help align and coordinate the hundreds of climate efforts happening in the region and to help the Bay Area climate movement move forward at the speed and scale required. By providing this critical networking role, facilitating partnerships, and focusing resources on the most important barriers and opportunities, CBA will help broker and catalyze stronger climate actions.
Climate Bay Area Structure
Climate Bay Area’s network includes government, business, environmental, and community organizations. CBA is organized by the Joint Policy Committee (JPC) and the Bay Area Council Economic Institute (BACEI) and is led by a co-chair from each organization.
CBA’s primary two functions are to:
- Align and coordinate climate efforts in the region; and
- Focus the region on the most important climate opportunities and barriers.
For more information contact Bruce Riordan, Joint Policy Committee, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated by BAAQMD, May 2011.