• 10th Anniversary Event Update

    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, […]

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    ACTION: Sunday, 9/20 Demands to Newsom

    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 […]

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  • Big moves by Sacramento’s City Council on the Mayor’s Commission on Climate Change recommendations!

    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 […]

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  • Thank you thank you thank you!!!

    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 […]

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  • Climate Conversation with County Supervisor candidate Gregg Fishman

    You’re invited to have a conversation with Sacramento County Supervisor candidate Gregg Fishman on what Sacramento County should do about climate change. This is an opportunity to learn and ask where he stands on local climate and environmental issues so you can better inform your vote. The event will be hosted by Dave Tamayo, SMUD […]

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  • Movie Screening: 2040

    Movie Nite is starting up again, this time by zoom. Please join us on August 27 at 6pm for a showing of 2040. Donation requested if you can. Registration for the movie here. 2040 movie trailer:

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  • We’re bringing back General Meetings!!

    Come visit, share, ask questions, and get involved. We’re starting up monthly General Meetings again to bring us together and give everyone a chance to share your thoughts and ideas. All are invited to our first-in-a-long-time General Meeting on Sunday, August 23 at 4:00 pm. This is also a great way to get started if you’re […]

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  • Bill McKibben to join our 10 year anniversary celebration!

    SAVE THE DATE: 350 Sacramento will celebrate 10 years of climate activism on Saturday, Oct 10, 2020. Join us for a big (mostly online) party, featuring climate hero Bill McKibben. Details to come. Volunteers needed for planning and a variety of tasks—contact Laurie.

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  • Update on AB345

    We are sad to report that AB 345, a bill to establish health-and-safety buffer zones between dirty oil and gas drilling and sensitive sites like homes and school, did not make it out of Committee thanks to the overwhelming power of the fossil fuel industry in our state. Thank you to everyone who made calls […]

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  • 350 Sacramento’s Volunteer Power Hour

    Volunteer Power Hour is our new twice monthly gathering to foster community and connection while working together on tasks like letter writing to decision-makers. During this one-hour call we’ll also have structured activities to get to know one another. Time will alternate between noon and 6:30 pm. The next Volunteer Power Hour is on Wednesday, Aug […]

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