Who is doing what, where, and why?

The Bay Area Climate Action Mapping Project is an initiative designed to facilitate inter-organization cooperation, communication and collaboration. The listings and maps provided here can provide valuable insights and perspectives into our regional efforts to address specific aspects of the climate emergency including sea level rise, impact mitigation, our solid waste crisis, and the just transition to a fossil-fuel free economy.

Who should use this resource?

Our hope is that this resource will be useful to funding agencies and organizations seeking to build relationships and collaborative initiatives. It could also be useful to individuals hoping to build a better understanding of the climate action space in the Bay Area. 

explore perspectives


Peruse up-to-date listings of Bay Area organizations involved in various aspects of climate action.


Use the map dashboard to view and filter San Francisco Bay Area organizations, pinned by city.

location map

Find which Bay Area cities and counties have officially adopted a Climate Emergency Declaration.


Explore relationship maps that represent groupings of and connections between organizations. 


Drawdown Bay Area is the lead partner for the Bay Area Climate Action Mapping Project. This means that DDBA manages and supports the project with input and collaborative support from our other project partners, project development partners,
and data development partners. 

This project is a work in progress!

Comments and suggestions are welcome.