Climate groups are praising the work of local organizers after California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law on Monday legislation committing the state to 100 percent clean electricity by 2045—a move that coincided with a direct action in San Francsico where frontline communites rallied to demand an end to \u0022climate capitalism.\u0022\u0022Good organizing pays off!\u0022 declared Bill McKibben, co-founder of 350.org, after Brown signed the landmark bill. \u0022So much credit is due to community groups around California that turned the fires and droughts and floods into fuel for significant climate action.\u0022SB 100, authored by California state Senator Kevin de León, also bumps up the timeline for the state\u0026#039;s clean energy goals from 50 percent by 2030 to 60 percent by 2030.After years of hard work, #CA is officially on the path to 100% clean energy by 2045! We’re taking the future into our own hands - growing our economy and making sure our children can breathe clean air. #SB100 #ActOnClimate pic.twitter.com/U7ivYU5lrD— Senator Kevin de León (@CAptEmeritus) September 10, 2018The action by the world\u0026#039;s fifth-largest economy, said Environment America\u0026#039;s chairman Doug Phelps, showed that \u0022California is lighting a path for decision makers from around the world.\u0022 President Donald Trump\u0026#039;s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accord made such \u0022subnational action... crucial,\u0022 he added.Indeed, Annie Notthoff, director of California advocacy for San Francisco and Sacramento at NRDC, noted that the new law \u0022stands in stark contrast to the backpedaling by the Trump Administration, which continues to eviscerate our national commitment to reducing climate pollution and instead search for ways to subsidize dirty, expensive fossil fuels.\u0022Yet while it represents \u0022a goal worth celebrating,\u0022 Oakland-based Miya Yoshitani, executive director of the Asian Pacific Environmental Network, said, \u0022The critical question now is whether the transition to 100 percent renewable energy will be a just transition that benefits everyone, especially workers and communities most impacted by pollution and climate change.\u0022Yoshitani made the remarks in San Francisco, where the grassroots-led alliance It Takes Roots staged a direction action to make sure the upcoming Global Climate Action Summit, spearheaded by Brown, puts the needs of communities above the profits of corporations, and to demand that the \u0022climate profiteers\u0022 present for the gathering of the Brown\u0026#039;s Task Force on Climate take their cues from those most affected by climate crisis, not a small group of power-wielders.Indigenous leaders gathering to deliver a letter demanding an end to #ClimateCapitalism to Gov Jerry Brown \u0026amp; climate profiteers here in SF for the Global Climate Action Summit. We need real community-led solutions, not profit schemes and c02colonialism! #Sol2Sol #ittakesroots pic.twitter.com/zktbjG3iQW— CausaJusta (@CausaJusta1) September 10, 2018This morning, #ItTakesRoots is taking direct action in San Francisco to make clear that real climate solutions come from the frontlines. #stopco2lonialism #sol2sol pic.twitter.com/sacKpzI9pT— 350 dot org (@350) September 10, 2018Indigenous leaders gathering to deliver a letter demanding an end to #ClimateCapitalism to Gov Jerry Brown \u0026amp; climate profiteers here in SF for the Global Climate Action Summit. We need real community-led solutions, not profit schemes and c02colonialism! #Sol2Sol #ittakesroots pic.twitter.com/zktbjG3iQW— CausaJusta (@CausaJusta1) September 10, 2018The #GovernorsTaskForce claims to be working with Indigenous Peoples - The truth is they have bought the allegiance of few and have prayed on the vulnerability of communities who need to survive. This is capitalism at its best. #GCAS #ClimateJustice #SkyProtectors pic.twitter.com/zEiKGQvv9W— IndigenousEnviroNet (@IENearth) September 10, 2018A call-to-action for the event—which came just two days after a 30,000-strong #RiseForClimate action in San Francisco—asserted that the governor\u0026#039;spromotion of carbon trading markets and other perverse subsidies to oil, gas, and other polluting corporations only perpetuates climate change, and decimates Indigenous communities and Native nations, communities of color and other working class peoples throughout California and around the world.Such incentives for \u0022climate capitalism\u0022 will turn frontline communities into sacrifice zones for decades to come, and despite Brown\u0026#039;s attempts to prove he is different from Trump and the dark forces of climate denial, his \u0022climate leadership\u0022 promotes the same corporate agenda—aimed at expanding the dig, burn, drive, dump industries destroying our communities and the air, land, and water we depend on.The summit kicks off Wednesday and features other governors and global mayors as well as noted figures including former Vice President Al Gore, AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka, and Green for All CEO Vien Truong.