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350 Bay Area 350BA Nonprofit Oakland Alameda Website
Mission:  We are building a grassroots climate movement in the Bay Area & beyond to eliminate carbon pollution and press for socially equitable solutions and a just transition to clean energy.
Profile:  San Francisco Bay Area residents building a grassroots movement for deep CO2 emission reductions. We are hundreds of volunteers, supported by a small but mighty staff, working since 2012 to: - Raise awareness & urgency – the climate crisis is underway and we have time – but not a lot - Mobilize to demand action at the speed & scale required to protect us all from the worst impacts - Support the voices of young people calling for a livable planet - Dig into policy options to get real emissions reductions actions passed

350 Contra Costa Nonprofit Walnut Creek Contra Costa Website
Mission:  We envision a world where all people equitably share clean air, water and soil in a healthy, sustainable, and post-carbon future.
Profile:  350 Contra Costa is a grassroots climate crisis group taking action in our home community. We are a welcoming front door for all people concerned about a healthy, safe and equitable environment. We provide education on the climate crisis and encourage participation in local campaigns and organizations.

350 East Bay Nonprofit Berkeley Alameda Website
Mission:  As part of 350 Bay Area, we work to engage the East Bay to reduce fossil fuels, eliminate GHG emissions & promote clean energy with a foundation in social justice, for those in Alameda & Contra Costa counties and beyond.
Profile:  350 East Bay works in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties with the goal of reducing CO2 (carbon dioxide) and CH4 (methane) gas emissions. We accomplish this through many projects run and directed by local volunteers and activists seeking to grow climate action in the East Bay. While other chapters of 350 Bay Area, such as San Francisco, Marin, Sonoma County, and Silicon Valley have been in operation since early 2013, the East Bay has never had its own chapter until now. Formed in early 2014, 350 East Bay has done work in divestment, banning fracking, local clean energy and sustainability, and the "Dump the Pump" campaign. If you live in the East Bay and want to make a change in the way our cities are run with regards to the environment, 350 East Bay can help you achieve your goals.

350 Marin Nonprofit San Rafael Marin Website
Mission:  350 Marin is made up of grassroots activists who are deeply concerned about climate breakdown. Regionally, we’re affiliated with 350 Bay Area, which is working to achieve a significant decrease in all heat-trapping gases both locally and statewide. Globally, we’re part of the 350 movement that’s continuing to grow in 188 countries around the world. We are committed to holding our leaders and communities accountable to the realities of science and the principles of social justice.
Profile:  To end our dependence on fossil fuel, 350Marin: - Participates in climate breakdown campaigns with regional, state, national and international coalitions. - Uses multiple techniques of non-violent resistance and civil disobedience pioneered by Gandhi and Martin Luther King. - Supports and encourages activism through artistic expression. - Always respects, learns from, and supports each other. - We also network with other non-profit, environmental and social justice organizations in Marin working for positive change.

350 Petaluma Nonprofit Petaluma Sonoma Website
Mission:  Our mission is to provide a space for citizens to come together, plug-in to their passions, take action, and to collaborate with like-minded local organizations to help deliver positive ecological outcomes for Petaluma and Sonoma County.
Profile:  350 Petaluma is an all-volunteer, grassroots group inspired by, an international climate action organization. With a deep love for people, the planet, and Petaluma, we passionately address the climate crisis by collaborating with our local community, city government, and regional organizations. We organize to decrease greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, enhance carbon sequestration, and reduce wasteful consumerism while simultaneously promoting community led projects to help build a regenerative future that is socially just and economically fair.

350 San Francisco 350SF Nonprofit San Francisco San Francisco Website
Mission:  350 San Francisco is a San Francisco nonprofit working for a just transition from fossil fuels to clean energy to reduce the climate emergency.
Profile:  350 San Francisco works on a variety of climate issues. Our activities include: - Clean Energy and CleanPowerSF - SF Divest - Fossil Fuel Resistance - 350 SF Legislative Campaign - Transportation - Outreach - and more!

350 Silicon Valley 350SV Nonprofit Los Altos Santa Clara Website
Mission:  Build a strong grassroots effort in the Silicon Valley region focused on taking action on climate change and having an impact on the local, state, national and global level. We work in conjunction with Build a movement that is inclusive, accessible, welcoming and empowering to all who want to join in and take action on climate change. Coordinate and connect with other groups with a common purpose in the region.
Profile:  350 Silicon Valley is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to fighting for climate justice. We mobilize residents of Santa Clara and San Mateo counties for a speedy and just transition away from fossil fuels, and toward lower greenhouse gas emissions. Created in 2013 in informal affiliation with the international organization, we work on many of the same major issues (divestment, Green New Deal, etc.) though we respond to our unique local and statewide conditions. As periodically sends out communications to all local members, it should be noted that both their policy positions and timing are independent of ours.

350 Sonoma Nonprofit Santa Rosa Sonoma Website
Mission:  We seek to create a county-wide sense united purpose to speed us away from fossil fuels and accelerate our collective path to a zero carbon footprint and a 100% clean energy future.
Profile:  Founded in 2012 by Sonoma County residents, 350 Sonoma engages our community in the work of, the worldwide organization founded by Bill McKibben, and other local actions to demand action to restore atmospheric CO2 to safe levels.

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