Hold DAPL Investors Accountable!
Volunteer to help hold Citibank and Wells Fargo accountable for financing the Dakota Access Pipeline. We need you to stand outside a branch near you and ask bank customers to close their bank accounts and sign a petition asking the bank to divest. Find out more here.
Concerned about our future?
Watch Bill McKibben and Bay Area Millennials at an event 350 Marin hosted on October 21st called Reclaiming our Climate Future.
We are building a grassroots climate movement, working for deep reductions in carbon pollution in the San Francisco Bay Area & beyond. We have five campaigns and four local groups. Find out what you need to know on our Campaigns, Events and Petition pages (and don't forget to take a look at our FAQs, too).
... and that's just the start to Climate Action that makes a difference.
With your help, we have significantly changed the climate conversation in the Bay Area. Will you help us create even a larger movement for climate protection and climate justice in 2016? Please support your 350 Bay Area Climate movement with a tax-deductible monthly pledge of continuing support or a one-time donation. Your donation, large or small, is greatly appreciated, as is your continued activism to save the planet.
350 Bay Area's Campaigns
Divestment – Pull money out of the fossil fuel industry in the Bay Area and statewide
100% Renewables/Clean Energy – is focused on advancing clean energy in California through three strategies
Speakers Bureau – Request a speaker for your event (free of charge), or volunteer to be trained as a speaker.
Dump The Pump – Cigarettes have warning labels, why not gas pumps?
FossilFreeze – Fight fossil fuel extraction, transport, refining in California
and the new BAYCA Youth Group!
Local 350 Bay Area Groups:
Gas Pump Information Labels Comes to TED Talks!
Robert Shirkey, Executive Director at OurHorizon.org in Toronto Canada just recently did a TED talk on Canada's gas pump campaign. It is a very informative and well spoken speech about the merits of implementing a consumer-oriented label at the point of purchase:
Let's make sure we beat our Canadian friends by having the first City ordinance for Gas Pump labels! (A little friendly competition to motivate our awesome team of volunteers) Join our efforts, visit our Dump the Pump page!