League of Conservation Voters of the East Bay
SEIU 1021 – Service Employees International Union
Alameda Labor Council
League of Women Voters: Berkeley, Emeryville, Albany
East Bay Working Families
Wellstone Democratic Renewal Club
Berkeley Tenants Union
California Interfaith Power & Light
Climate Reality Project Bay Area Chapter, Alameda County Policy Squad
Green Party of California
Citizens’ Climate Lobby, Alameda County Chapter
United Nations Association – East Bay Chapter
Berkeley Citizens Action
Environmental Health Working Group of the Berkeley Climate Action Coalition
Sunrise Movement Bay Area
Berkeley Progressive Alliance
Elders Climate Action (ECA) NorCal Chapter
Alameda County Democratic Party
McGee-Spaulding Neighbors in Action
Walk Bike Berkeley
350 Berkeley Hub
350 East Bay
The Ecology Center
Green The Church
Jesse Arreguin Mayor of Berkeley
Sophie Hahn Vice Mayor, Berkeley City Councilmember, District 5
Kate Harrison Berkeley City Council
It is time to bring climate action home. We must take collective action now.
Rashi Kesarwani Berkeley City Council Member, District 1
Igor Tregub Commissioner, Berkeley Rent Board
Cheryl Davila Berkeley City Councilmember, District 2
Soli Alpert Member, Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board
Rigel Robinson Berkeley City Councilmember, District 7
California is already facing the consequences of climate change. When Washington won't lead, Berkeley can. Measure HH is our next big step towards a greener city and a healthier future.
H. E. Christian (Chris) Peeples At-Large Director, Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District
Heidi Harmon Mayor, City of San Luis Obispo
Alice Waters Chez Panisse
We face a climate emergency and local solutions are urgently needed in the absence of national action
Jon Wellinghoff CEO, Grid Policy Inc.
(Past Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), and resident of Berkeley's District 6.) Climate change is a threat now. We have to mobilize everyone in the fight, and climate equity and environmental justice are essential to opening the effort for everyone.
Kate Gordon Director, Governor Newsom's Office of Planning and Research*
Resident of Berkeley District 8. (*Title for affiliation purposes only.)
David Hochschild Chair, California Energy Commission*
Resident of District 6 (*title for identification purposes only)
Annie Leonard Executive Director, Greenpeace USA
We need to fight for environmental justice by electing climate leaders, stopping fossil fuel expansion AND investing in local solutions. That’s why I’m asking you to join me in voting YES on Measure HH for Equitable Climate Action this November.
Daniel Kammen Professor, University of California, Berkeley
Measure HH gets it just right! Reduce costs for low-income Berkeley residents through a tiny increase for the rest of us -- all to combat climate change. Yes we can!
Terry Taplin Vice-Chair, Berkeley Transportation Commission
Berkeley adopted its Climate Action Plan when I was graduating from Berkeley High. With 60% of GHG emissions coming from the transportation sector and wildfires worsening year over year, we must leverage all that we can to achieve climate resilience and equity.
Greg Rosen High Noon Advisors
A Yes vote helps our city "walk the talk," and will enable us to implement innovative local solutions to address two of the most critical issues of our time.
Martin Bourque Executive Director, Ecology Center
It's time to take local action on climate inequity.
Holly Scheider Chair, Berkeley Sugar Sweetened Beverage Product Panel of Experts
This is exactly the kind of local action that we need to take to protect our environment for all of us - and promote equity in reducing the health consequences of climate change.
John Elliott Chief Sustainability Officer, Berkeley Lab*
Measure HH is perfectly targeted to meet two of the most pressing challenges - advancing equity and accelerating the transition to clean technologies. (*Endorsement is provided as a private individual, and not a representative of the Lab or federal government.)
Cate Leger Leger Wanaselja Architecture and former Chair of the Berkeley Energy Commission
This is a great program which will provide meaningful funds for addressing climate change locally.
Cynthia Papermaster Coordinator, Codepink Golden Gate Chapter
If we're going to implement our Climate Emergency Resolution in Berkeley, we need to fund clean energy equity projects.
Alex Sharenko Solar Energy Scientist and Candidate for District 2 Berkeley City Council
Every level of government must do its part to address the challenge of climate change. We owe it to future generations to act now!
Linda Currie Transition Berkeley, Co-director and Founder
We have worked with our community and city since 2011 on meeting our climate action goals, but these volunteer efforts have not been enough. As droughts and fires worsen every year, impacting the most vulnerable, we must now and need these funds to do it!
Karma Smart Community Health Commissioner, City of Berkeley; Health Educator
Dr Ashley McClure Primary care physician, mom, medical community climate organizer
Janet Stromberg Chair of Berkeley's Energy Commission
As current Chair of Berkeley's Energy Commission, I urge a YES vote on Measure HH for the Berkeley Climate Equity Fund
Ben Gould Chair of Berkeley's Community Environmental Advisory Commission
As Chair of Berkeley's Community Environmental Advisory Commission, I'm proud to be supporting the Climate Equity Action Fund to help move our city forward in tackling climate change in a just and equitable way.
Kathy Dervin Co Chair, 350 Bay Area Action Legislative Committee
I’ve been involved Berkeley’s climate action efforts since 2008. As a public health worker I’m excited that Measure HH will help fund critical efforts while improving the lives of community members with a strong basis in equity.
Bentham Paulos Member of Berkeley Energy Commission
This is our chance to take responsibility for our future. Let's do it.
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Nikki Gouritz Cluster Biosphere Reserve
Anna MBergrr Oener
Nishanga E Bliss Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College
We must act now to protect our collective future!
Solange Gould Co-Director, Human Impact Partners
Bonnie Borucki We Bee Gardeners
We all survive on this planet together. Acting locally on a just transition to a healthy environment is our responsibility to future generations.
Kent Wegener By Owner
This is our humanity at stake. We MUST restore Earth's balance to for our current youth generation and future generations. This a leadership start in that effort.
Plastic Reduction Working Group
Midori Law Group
Christie Keith International Coordinator, GAIA
Antonia Frankhuijzen None
We are out of time!
Holly Renee Scheider public health advocate
Measure HH will provide the funding needed to meet the goals of Berkeley's Climate Action Plan. We can have improved public transportation, as well as safer streets for walking and biking. Vote yes on Measure HH.
Nishanga Bliss Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College
Mary Selkirk Former Director, EBMUD
We have to do more than act as individuals to stop climate change. We must get together! IB is one way to do this.
Brenda Wallace Mom
We are living in a climate crisis that must be addressed for the future of life on earth.
Sarah Barger Ranney Parent; Co-Chair, Sierra Club Climate Literacy Commitee
Measure HH is a necessary and equitable step in the right direction! It creates a fund to help Berkeley take steps to address our climate emergency, and will set an example for other communities.
Gillian Sloan Binghamton University Sustainable Communities Masters Student alumni
Deborah Moore Co-founder Green Schools Initiative; formerly with Union of Concerned Scientists* *Title for ID purposes only
California has set ambitious climate & clean energy goals. We need to implement them at the local level. I support Measure HH to generate funds for local climate solutions by a small increase in utility taxes for those of us who can afford it. Support Berkeley's healthy future!
Gabriel Molnar Organizer, 350 Bay Area
Beth Stewart MD
Climate change is an emergency that is already worsening disparities. It’s time to take bold action and lead by example.
Amber Evans 20 year West Berkeley resident
Not everyone can afford to put solar panels on their home but we all most chip in for a future we can ideally thrive in and at a minimum survive.
janet perlman MD, bayside medical group
Climate change is a health emergency; we need to act for our children and our children's children in ensuring the world is a safe place in which they can grow and thrive.
Ayako Nagano Managing Attorney, Midori Law Group, P.C.
Californians are on the brink of becoming climate refugees. It's time to invest in mitigating the damages already done, adapting to living with our new normals, and to plan ahead for a more just and sustainable World.
Lily Cohen Student and Environmental Project Manager
Sandy Emerson Board President, Fossil Free California
Measure HH addresses the need for reparations to communities most affected by climate change.
Andy Kelley former Chair Berkeley Public Works Commission
Berkeley is already feeling the impacts of climate change and a warming planet. Measure HH is a unique opportunity to help Berkeley's lowest income residents save on their utility bills while reducing our greenhouse gas emissions. It's a win for the planet and for our community!
Corinna Tempelis Board Director, United Nations Association East Bay Chapter
Seth Wachtel University of San Francisco
Functional and fair, Measure HH directly addresses problems close to home while demonstrating an effective model toward regional, national and global change.
Anna Rabkin Berkeley City Auditor (1979-94)
A small step toward environmental justice
We aren't moving fast enough in addressing our destabilizing climate. Measure HH will enable Berkeley to demonstrate locally what cities across the country can achieve in cutting climate pollutants through direct funding and incentive programs.
Heather C Mitchell Monkey Business Camp
We might not know exactly how to get there, each step might not be perfectly figured or planned, but we surely know we need to! This measure helps give funding on grander scale. We can do this!
Ariella Granett Co Founder Flight Free USA, South Berkeley Now Steering Committee Member
Equitable climate solutions are within reach. I strongly support Measure HH.
Karen Harrington Volunteer, 350 Bay Area and Climate Reality Project
Lets keep Berkeley on the progressive edge of fighting the climate crisis. Measure HH helps Berkeley meet it’s goal of becoming Fossil Fuel Free by 2030 and does it through an equity lens.
Do it to honor everyone made homeless by the wildfires (and the hurricanes and floods and the derecho and...)
David Arkin, AIA, LEED AP Arkin Tilt Architects
As a Berkeley Business Owner focused on architecture that utilizes Solar Power and addresses Climate Change, this Climate Equity Action Fund measure has my full and wholehearted support!
L. Lloyd Morgan Member WiRED group
I fully support Measure HH.
Chrise deTournay Vice Chair, Zero Waste Commission, City of Berkeley
Bruce Bagnell member, BeHomeBerkeley
Let's do our part.
Nico Calavita retired
We need to get serious about climate action and put money toward it!
Dave Margulius Climate Voter
We need to do much more... but it's a start!
Matthew Hirsch Parent, Oxford Elementary Green Team*
*Individual endorsement. Organization listed for identification purposes only.
MaryAnn Furda Founding member, Indivisible Berkeley, Science & Environment Team & 350 EastBay Berkeley Hub
Time to put some funding where our hearts and minds are!
I support Measure HH!
Tony Sirna Climate Voter
Significant change results from the seemingly insignificant small part each and everyone of us plays.
Remember to ask Gavin Newsom to end fracking and new drilling permits.
Let's put some resources behind our good intentions.