Join the NYC Youth Climate March on July 21st, 2018
Youth around the world are rising up for climate justice on July 21st for Zero Hour’s international Youth Climate March. Organizers and recent high school graduates Ilana Cohen and Amy Torres talk about the NYC Youth Climate March.
June 22, 2018
Civic leaders are among those best placed to save the planet
When it comes to reducing fossil fuel use and accelerating the transition towards renewable energy, mayors, governors, councils and city bosses have as much opportunity for real climate leadership as national governments – and more direct influence.
June 5, 2018
Why we are rallying in Boston and [tweet]storming across the USA on Friday
United States Conference of Mayors meet to discuss future of cities at #USCM2018. We want them to know it’s time to go #FossilFree!
May 15, 2018
There Is No Climate Justice If The Poor Are Left Behind
The Poor People’s Campaign (PPC) launched on May 14, 2018 for 40 days of action for moral revival. 350.org endorsed PPC, and Executive Director May Boeve was arrested partaking in nonviolent direct action with the launch.
The following is written by Natalia Cardona, Justice and Equity Manager with 350.org.
April 26, 2018
I have 600 grandchildren – and I marched for them in Albany
Norman Frasier, a lifelong resident of Brooklyn and a member of New York Communities for Change, talks about the lingering impact of Superstorm Sandy on his community and why he wants NY Gov. Cuomo to take action for a Fossil Free world.
April 13, 2018
New York State’s Dirty Investments
350.org’s Senior Global Analyst Brett Fleishman looks into the holdings of NYS’s pension system
March 2, 2018
Only people can power change. Join us September 8-9!
On September 8-9, we’ll mobilize around the Global Climate Action Summit. Together we’ll rise up to build the Fossil Free world that puts our communities first.
February 20, 2018
Time’s up for California AG Becerra to investigate #ExxonKnew and prove he’s a real climate leader.
By May Boeve, Executive Director and co-founder of 350.org. Boeve is originally from Sonoma, California and currently resides in the Bay Area.
January 25, 2018
Take it from DC: Local Climate Action Works
Climate activists in DC know that local action can lead to huge victories — even with Trump in your backyard. Now, starting on January 31, the Fossil Free movement is bringing a wave of locally-rooted climate resistance across the country.
January 16, 2018
The fight against the Bayou Bridge pipeline
By: Cherri Foytlin with L’eau Est La Vie Camp and Louisiana Rise