About the Network
What is the Network?
The RAPID Climate Action Network is a result of the first RAPID Forum held in January 2020 and the need for a lasting entity to support, connect, and work with all of the various climate activities occurring across multiple sectors.
Our objective is to amplify and accelerate climate action by coordinating, convening, and focusing non-government organizations activities related to climate change while aligning them with government, and business initiatives.
More than anything else, we want to help take the big ideas that are already out there and focus on getting them implemented NOW!
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Who is in the Network?
We are a group of dedicated climate and resilience professionals dedicated to working together to identify immediate solutions to catalyze long-term action and impacts.
BluePoint assists public agencies, local governments, organizations, and non-profits to better achieve their vision and mission through comprehensive strategic and policy planning services grounded in financial feasibility and market realities. We specialize in complex, multi-stakeholder planning processes, providing facilitative leadership to reach our clients' goals.
Our work is focused on climate change, resilience, parks, and open space, and education.
ReScape California is a non-profit organization that educates about and advocates for a whole-systems approach to landscaping that works in harmony with the natural world and addresses the changing environment. ReScape’s landscaping practices are based on 8 regenerative principles, which foster soil health, sequester carbon, conserve water and protect habitat and valuable resources while reducing waste and preventing pollution in our communities and watersheds.
The Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) is a collaboration of the nine counties that make up the San Francisco Bay Area. Led by the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG), BayREN provides regional-scale energy efficiency programs, services, and resources. BayREN is funded by utility ratepayer funds through the California Public Utilities Commission, as well as other sources, drawing on the expertise, knowledge, and proven track record of Bay Area local governments.