350 Sacramento is a local grassroots organization committed to equitable solutions that accelerate the transition to a sustainable future, with atmospheric carbon dioxide levels below 350 ppm.
We believe in a world with a safe climate, where nature is respected and protected, and our social, political, and economic systems work for all people and the planet.
The County’s plan is seriously inadequate. After 9-1/2 years of delay, the CAP presents more vague promises for future action. We will push them – with your help. We’ve prepared a comment tool with guiding questions and prompts so you can say you want a strong CAP. We hope you’ll find inspiration in this tool, […]
Yesterday, April 1st, was a really hot day on the sidewalk outside the US Army Corps of Engineers office on J street. But we were out there to say we need to stop all fossil fuel infrastructure such as Line 3 in Minnesota, the Dakota Access Pipeline, and gas infrastructure in new buildings in Sacramento. […]
On March 8, Sacramento County released a public draft of its CAP for 30-day public review. We have completed an initial review and it ain’t pretty. This draft has the same problems we commented on in previous versions. In a nutshell, the draft: Does not reflect the County’s Climate Emergency Declaration Does not consider County land use policies that […]
Smokey the Bear and fire prevention — a PR success story, but not so successful on the ground. 350 Sacramento’s recent screening and panel discussion of the documentary film ‘Wilder than Wild: Fire, Forests, and the Future‘ walked me through burnt landscapes wrought by recent fires showing how and why past forest management practices have […]
[Note from the Editor: Edward sent this to me and I was too busy basking in the warmth of that sweet California “winter” sun, so I am publishing it just a few weeks late!] Ksshhhhh! Attention, attention. Oncoming dispatch from a now-Bostonian-but-former-and-always-Sacramentan. At the time of writing this, it’s the end of February, start of […]
On March 30th, join Valley Vision, City of Sacramento Councilman Eric Guerra, the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District, and others for a regional working session to build equitable pipelines to jobs in the green industries of the future! We will hear from community members working in clean economy jobs, and learn about their career […]