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.
As a member of Sacramento County’s Climate Action Plan (CAP) Stakeholder Group, 350 Sacramento recently reviewed a technical memo describing the proposed CAP’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emission targets and preliminary mitigation measures. 350 Sacramento commented to the County orally and in a November 18 letter, expressing our concerns that the technical memo: … assumes that […]
350 Sacramento is helping the Cosumnes Community Service District (CCSD) develop a District Climate Policy. CCSD provides fire, rescue, emergency medical, and parks & recreation services to Elk Grove, Galt, and South Sacramento County. It also operates eight fire stations, almost 100 parks, two aquatic centers, and other recreational facilities. Climate change is already affecting […]
Check out our 10th Anniversary landing page here >> We’re extremely excited about our month-long celebration of all the actions we’ve taken, and all the ones we’ll take in the future. Our event calendar is ready for October and there’s still sponsorship opportunities available! As always, if you’re interested in getting involved in any way, […]
From Matt Leonard at 350.org: A diverse set of Bay Area and Sacramento groups is planning a direct action in Sacramento this coming Sunday, 9/20 at Noon, in response to the current wildfire crisis ravaging our communities. Over the past month, one thing has become crystal clear: we need to apply pressure on Governor Newsom to […]
On Tuesday night, August 25, the city of Sacramento took encouraging steps toward implementing actions to reach its goal of carbon zero by 2045. The council was set to ‘read and file’ the final report of the Mayors’ Commission on Climate Change – recommendations culminating from a two-year process involving businesses, community leaders, and countless […]
UPDATE 8/30/2020: Details about the win posted here! To all who wrote, commented, and called to urge the Sacramento City Council to start implementing the Climate Commission’s recommendations immediately… it worked!! On August 25th, the Council passed a unanimous motion to start work on several of the most important Year One recommendations and plan to […]
(Our event listings are under construction as of September 2020, apologies for the delays! We should be back up and running soon!)