These events are endorsed, sponsored, or hosted by 350 Bay Area, or they are marked as "Of Interest".  For more information on each event, click on the header of the event. To submit an event, send an email to - Include details and a contact person.

Special Event


Fossil Free California Campaign Launch in Sacramento

Global Divestment Day

Join us Friday, February 13th 12:00 in Sacramento to launch our Fossil Free California Campaign. Tell CalPERS and CalSTRS to divest their $20 billion investment funds from fossil fuels.

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Summer of Our Power 8/22

Saturday, August 22, 2015 at 12:00 PM · 6 rsvps

2015SummerPower200x130.jpgSummer of Our Power brings together frontline communities and allies to commemorate the Richmond Chevron refinery explosion in 2012 and to showcase strategies that advance an ecologically resilient and economically just transition out of a destructive fossil fuel economy into new economic solutions based on healthy work that serves our communities, heals the planet, and preserves our cultures.



CA Climate Package & Legislative Training 8/30

Sunday, August 30, 2015 at 01:00 PM · 10 rsvps Office in Oakland, CA

California is a leader in tackling climate change, and in early September the state legislature could take it to the next level by passing the climate package: SB 350, 32, 185, & 189. Come learn about the climate package, what you can do to help it pass, and learn basic skills to talk to your state legislators more effectively!


2015 Soil Not Oil International Conference 9/4-5

Friday, September 04, 2015 at 09:00 AM


350 Bay Area is proud to co-sponsor the 2015 Soil Not Oil Campaign's International Conference to advocate for the sustainable and regenerative management of soils while reducing dependency on fossil fuels.

The Soil Not Oil Campaign will promote respect for soils worldwide, highlight the ways that shifting agricultural practices is key to combating climate change and call for integrated action on sustainable agriculture and clean energy to ensure a safe and healthy planet for generations to come.

The 2015 Soil Not Oil International Conference is a cross-sector, inter-ethnic and multilevel gathering that will feature dozens of scientists, elected officials, policy makers, attorneys, farmers, environmentalists, journalists, researchers, community members and agtivists.

The 2015 Soil Not Oil Conference examines the crisis on food security while highlighting the implications of oil based agro-chemicals and fossil fuels in soil depletion and climate change. The first edition of this conference will focus on educating, through national and international experiences, about the multiple problems and possible practical solutions that surround the profound consequences resulting from synthetic enhanced agriculture in industrialized nations.

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Sustainable Race Mile 9/6

Sunday, September 06, 2015 at 09:00 AM · 1 rsvp
Golden Gate Park - DeYoung Museum in San Francisco, CA
2015SustainableRaceMilecropped200x130.jpgThe Sustainable Race is a climate awareness mile race in Golden Gate Park.  This year the race will specifically endorse 350 Bay Area's Beyond the Pump campaign.  With the San Francisco Board of Supervisors nearing a vote on an ordinance to require climate labels on gas pumps (see here), this is an opportunity to give the Board an extra push for this important step to move away from fossil fuels. All registered runners will receive a t-shirt as shown below (front and back) as well as breakfast after the race.
$29 registration online
This campaign is supported by Sierra Club, 350 Bay Area and Think Beyond The Pump.
The race starts on John F. Kennedy Dr. in Golden Gate Park in front of de Young Museum. Runners and walkers head east .5 miles, turn at Nancy Pelosi Dr. and return back to the start. This is a fast flat course in a healthy green environment with the iconic Conservatory of Flowers adding some exotic San Francisco zip.
See website for registration and details.
for more information, please contact:  
Jack Collins
EV News Report / Sustainable Race Mile

Alameda County Fracking Ban Public Hearing 9/8

Tuesday, September 08, 2015 at 12:00 PM · 40 rsvps

BanFracking200x130.jpg The Alameda County Planning Commission is holding a second Public Hearing on a proposed fracking ban. They postponed the date once again. The hearing was moved from March 2nd to April 6th, then to May 4th, & now it is scheduled for September 8th. Word is, opposition to the proposed ban is mounting. We need high turnout.

E&B Natural Resources, the only active well operator in Alameda County, has objected to any limitation on its operations despite declaring it has no plans to practice fracking on its current wells in the County. Under the proposal, E&B would not be allowed to drill new wells, though it would continue to possess a valid permit allowing the company to extract oil from its existing wells. Also coming out against the proposed changes were the California Cattlemen’s Association and Californians for Energy Independence.It is important for the public to be there every step of the way.

Please join us to speak during public comment or to support those who are speaking.

See this excellent Sierra Club update on Alameda County fracking ban action to date

AGENDA available soon


Bicycle Music Festival 9/20

Sunday, September 20, 2015 at 12:00 PM · 9 rsvps
Lake Merritt Overlook in Oakland, CA

BikeMusicSF200x132.jpg350 Bay Area is joining the Bicycle Music Festival folks for a September extravaganza in Oakland. This year’s Bay Area festival is in partnership with Love Our Lake Day, an independent street closure organized by WOBO. At the 2014 Love Our Lake Day, there were two Pedal Powered Stages, one organized by Rock The Bike at Home Away From Home and the other by Justin Ancheta at the Amphitheater. BMF is familiar and really into Lake Merritt as a venue. BMF's most recent events at Lake Merritt Amphitheater have included 2 Climate Rallies, an anti-GMO rally, and an environmental global water day. So it’s fitting that this year’s BMF is going to be a Climate Concert — a concert punctuated by intelligent and inspiring speeches.

At those rallies we helped Pedal Power, there was some music, but mostly speaking. At BMF it’s going to be mostly music with some speaking. At 5PM we’ll still go on our famed LiveOnBike performance parade to our yet-to-be-announced Night Venue. Below: the Night Venue of the 2013 BMF: a street closure in the Mission.



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