• white text on red background about why to oppose Measure O

    Why you should vote no on Measure O

    By Colin Meinrath In the view of its advocates, Measure O is a “solution” to the “homeless problem.” However, it is really just a proposal to intensify the same failed policies already in place, while also letting businesses drain public funding. It is similar in style to laws that allowed people to sue abortion providers […]

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  • Electrify Sacramento Campaign! Act now!

    Update 6/28/2020: Last week 350 Sacramento hosted a fabulous webinar on building electrification. Panama Bartolomy from the Building Decarbonization Coalition, Scott Blunk from SMUD, and Meghan Dewey from PG&E gave excellent presentations that explained and clarified why we want to electrify buildings and what is involved in the transition. If you missed the talk or […]

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  • What we can do from home right now

    Use your power: actions you can do from home • Provide feedback on the 2040 General Plan through the online community questionnaire by June 5. We want to support the Big Bold Strategies. • New regulations for oil and gas in California are being decided right now. Express your outrage in the 24 new fracking permits Gov Newsom approved last […]

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  • Global week of action starts September 20

    Climate change is accelerating rapidly and so is our movement!! Check out the calendar below—local climate action is happening on all fronts, organized by numerous organizations. We want to spotlight the new 350 Elk Grove and not-so-new 350 Placer, plus Sunrise Sacramento, Fridays For Future Sacramento, Sac DSA, Green Tech, Move to Amend, Citizen’s Climate Lobby, Sac Climate […]

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  • Results of the Transit Survey conducted by 350Sac Transportation team

    Background The Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) Transportation Committee makes policy for disbursing transportation related funds through grant programs such as the Regional Funding Program. Sacramento Regional Transit (SacRT) seeks funding from SACOG for modernization of its light rail system. The policy for the 2020 Regional Funding Program should include universal access to public […]

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  • Volunteers on a roof with solar panels

    350 Volunteers Install Solar Panels with GRID

    I volunteered with Grid Alternatives on 4/20 alongside a Grid team of five and volunteer crew of eight.  Grid develops and implements solar projects in low-income households and communities in effort to reduce the energy cost burden and promote career development by employing local community members.  We worked from 8:30-12:30am and installed a total of […]

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  • Plastic bottles

    End Single-Use Plastics in California

    SB 54/AB 1080, introduced by State Senator Ben Allen (D–Redondo Beach) and State Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez (D–San Diego) are one of the most important environmental bills in the legislature this year. These bills require businesses to reduce 75 percent of single-use plastic packaging in California by 2030 and mandates that all single-use packaging be recyclable […]

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