Hello, 350 Sacramento! There have been recent efforts on behalf of 350 Sacramento to advocate for the climate to be a budget priority in the Sacramento city budget. Our advocacy is far from over, and we need as many voices as possible to pressure the city council into taking concrete action to include climate action […]
The race for the Sacramento County District 5 Supervisor seat is probably the most important race in the Sacramento region in terms of equity and climate. In preparation for the June 7 Primary, the Environmental Council of Sacramento, Citizens’ Climate Lobby Sacramento Chapter, 350 Sacramento, and the Sierra Club Sacramento Group organized a zoom forum […]
Any plan to control greenhouse gas (GHG) needs to predict the amount of future GHG emissions. To predict future emissions planners first need an inventory of GHG emissions from “business as usual”. Such data tell planners how they much need to reduce GHG in the future and make it possible to measure whether a jurisdiction […]
Please consider calling in to the 10:30 am Budget Subcommittee meeting tomorrow, leaving a voicemail for your council member, or leaving a comment in the comment portal. For the agenda and more information click here. What are our asks? 1. The climate crisis is urgent. This proposed budget does not reflect that. (Note: there is […]
We’ve recently expanded and brought on three more staff members! Meet our new staff team! Moiz Mir, Program Director Moiz has a B.S. in Environmental Studies and a background in restoration ecology. He got involved with 350 Sacramento as he was concluding his degree at Sacramento State in 2019 and has been involved ever since; first […]
Thank you to everyone who joined our Annual Meeting on April 16! Our teams have made some amazing accomplishments in the last year and will continue to work hard in the coming year. Below are a few highlights from the meeting. A shout-out to our amazing Volunteers of the Year: Alex Aruj, Oscar Balaguer, Rosie […]
In 2011, San Diego and Sacramento Counties updated their General Plans without environmental impact reports (EIRs) that addressed greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation. Instead, each county promised to adopt a Climate Action Plan (CAP) within one year. San Diego County did adopt its CAP the following year but claimed that its 2011 EIR covered the CAP. Courts […]
It’s that time of the year once again to give to your favorite local non-profit organization! This event is called the Big Day of Giving (BDOG), thanks to the Sacramento Region Community Foundation that puts it on every year. The giving challenge is held from April 21 – May 5, 2022. Be sure to mark […]
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.