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Thousands of Brooklynites are working in their communities for climate action. From small gatherings, to big marches we’re helping move the climate movement forward.

upcoming events


Screening of “The Age of Consequences,” 9/11, 3pm

Join us for a screening of the new movie “The Age of Consequences,” which investigates the impacts of climate change on increased resource scarcity, migration, and conflict through the lens of US national security and global stability. We showed a short segment of this film at our Don’t Fuel the Refugee Crisis forum in March. (More...)

Bi-Weekly General Meeting, 9/6, 7pm

Please join us for our bi-weekly general meeting. Tuesday, September 6 at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. We’ll debrief from this summer’s March for Clean Energy, prepare for our screening of The Age of Consequences with our partners the United Nations Association of Brooklyn and Delta Rho Omega, and talk about what’s (More...)

March for a Clean Energy Revolution, 7/24, 12noon

March for a clean energy revolution This Sunday, July 24, at the Democratic convention in Philadelphia. On the eve of the Democratic National Convention, thousands will march for action to prevent climate catastrophe and present these demands directly to current and future policy makers: Ban fracking now Keep fossil fuels in the ground Stop dirty (More...)

Bi-Weekly General Meeting, 7/12, 7pm

Please join us for our bi-weekly general meeting. Tuesday, July 12 at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. We’ll be planning for the March for a Clean Energy Revolution (at the Dem Convention!), and taking some time to discuss out group strategy and plan for the rest of the year. All are welcome! (More...)

Bi-Weekly General Meeting, 6/21, 7pm

Please join us for our bi-weekly general meeting. Tuesday, June 21st at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. We’ll be reviewing the New York Renews action in Albany, planning for the March for a Clean Energy Revolution (at the Dem Convention!), and taking some time to discuss out group strategy and plan for (More...)

Book Discussion of “The Collapse of Western Civilization,” 6/20, 7pm

Join us for a discussion of one of the most disturbing climate change books of all time–The Collapse of Western Civilization–on the happiest day of the year, the summer solstice, Monday, June 20th. (The book is quite short at only about one hundred pages.) We hope you will be able to join us. The book, (More...)

Bi-Weekly General Meeting, 5/24, 7pm

Please join us for our bi-weekly general meeting. Tuesday, May 24th at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. We’ll be reviewing and celebrating #BreakFree in Albany, planning for the March for a Clean Energy Revolution (at the Dem Convention!), and taking in a presentation by the brilliant photographer Mey Marple, creator of #DANGERUNDEROURFEET, (More...)

Break Free Albany!, 5/14, 7am

Break Free Call to Action!!! Ride the bus with New York’s climate activists and be part of the next, historic global climate action: BreakFree Albany May 14, 2016. All over the world, people will come together at a massive, legal demonstration and civil disobedience actions in May. In the Northeast, we’ll descend upon the Port (More...)

Bi-Weekly General Meeting and “Disobedience” Screening, 5/10, 7pm

Please join us for our bi-weekly general meeting. Tuesday, May 10th at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. We’ll be organizing for #BreakFree in Albany and the March for a Clean Energy Revolution (at the Dem Convention!), among other actions. We’ll also be screening the fabulous and important new movie “Disobedience”–a half-hour-long film (More...)

Screening of “Disobedience” and Panel Discussion, 5/5, 7pm

Join us for a screening of the new movie “Disobedience” followed by a brief, action-oriented panel discussion, snacks, and drinks. This event is part of a run-up to the national “Break Free” action in Albany taking place on May 14th. For more information about this major action, see www.Albany2016.org. Co-sponsored by n+1 Magazine. 68 Jay (More...)