• Good news from the CAP Team

    Victory!! At their April 7 public hearing, the Sacramento Board of Supervisors directed staff to start work on their long-overdue Climate Action Plan (CAP). Supervisors mentioned the significant public comments they received and growing public concern over climate change. It’s taken over a year of advocacy by 350 Sacramento, ECOS, and Sierra Club to get the […]

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  • Report from Community Forum

    Mayor Darrell Steinberg provided the opening remarks at the forum, calling carbon zero an “audacious goal” that now “feels like an imperative and a necessity.” Saturday’s Community Forum, Leading the Way to Carbon Zero, was a great success. Speakers were inspiring and participants provided thoughtful creative ideas for moving toward carbon zero. This forum was just […]

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  • Report from Community Forum

    Mayor Darrell Steinberg provided the opening remarks at the forum, calling carbon zero an “audacious goal” that now “feels like an imperative and a necessity.” Saturday’s Community Forum, Leading the Way to Carbon Zero, was a great success. Speakers were inspiring and participants provided thoughtful creative ideas for moving toward carbon zero. This forum was just […]

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  • Leading the Way to Carbon Zero Press Release

    PRESS RELEASE Contact: Laurie Litman, llitman@pacbell.net, 916-284-1627 What: Community Forum: Leading the Way to Carbon Zero When: Saturday, May 13, 9:00am–3:00pm Where: McGeorge School of Law, Lecture Hall, 3200 5th Ave, Sacramento Who: Public, students, professionals, decisionmakers; all are welcome Cost: $25 general; $10 students and limited income (includes lunch). No one turned away for […]

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  • 407 ppm + More Each Year Does Not = 350 ppm

    By Robin Kristufek, guest writer Let’s be real. All solar, wind, and other renewable technologies have significant greenhouse gas (GHG) and toxic footprints. Mining, production, transport, recycling, and disposal of the materials needed to create renewable energies releases numerous GHGs and toxins into the air above and into waters and soils downstream. Let’s admit it: […]

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  • Water Protectors at Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota

    By Brandon Martinez, guest writer Over 200 indigenous nations and thousands of activists from all walks of life have united to peacefully stand up for tribal rights amid police using rubber bullets, tear gas, concussion grenades, sound cannons, water cannons in subfreezing temperatures, and other military-style weapons that have injured hundreds of people. Families, individuals, […]

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  • BREAKING: We Won!!!

    Sacramento is safer today – Benicia City Council kills oil train project! Last night the Benicia City Council voted to reject the Valero oil train project that would have brought almost a train a day of explosive toxic oil through Sacramento. 350 Sacramento has been working to stop this project for over 3 years, writing […]

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  • Learn about Samso Island’s transition to 100% renewable

    Come join us this Thursday, September 22, to learn more about Transition Streets and making the transition to 100% renewable energy. We’ll meet at Belle Cooledge Library, 5600 South Land Park Dr from 7–8:30 pm. Agenda: Learn about Samso Island’s move to 100% renewable energy. Be among the first to join Greenergy thru our SMUD partnership. Take personal action: Get started with […]

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