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[9.22.17] Reaching Out for Outreach

Friends, Things are picking up at 350 Brooklyn. We’ve got more projects, grander goals, and bigger dreams for a better planet. And it’s working. But the urgency has never been greater, and the need for more hands has never been more acute. And the more hands we have, the less time any individual has to (More...)

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[9.12.17] Can you be there on Thursday to tell the Governor he must lead on climate?

September 14: What is Governor Cuomo doing, and not doing, on climate? Next General Meeting: September 14 with Counsel to the Governor, Alphonso David 7:30 pm, Brooklyn Commons, 388 Atlantic Avenue The unprecedented strength of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have demonstrated vividly the destruction climate change can cause. Yet the Trump Administration is gutting the (More...)

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[9.9.17] This Week: Help Us Send a Message to Governor Cuomo

Next General Meeting: September 14, 7:30pm, Brooklyn Commons, 388 Atlantic Avenue with Special Guest: Counsel to the Governor, Alphonso David Deadly natural disasters–from flooding in Texas and South Asia to fires in the western US to Hurricane Irma–have been dominating the news. Every one of them is made worse by climate change, yet politicians refuse (More...)

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[8.29.17] Unnatural Disaster: Join a vigil for Harvey’s victims Wednesday and take a stand against climate denial

On Wednesday, join 350Brooklyn and your fellow New Yorkers as we gather at the Exxon Building in Midtown Manhattan to mourn the lives, homes, and livelihoods lost to Hurricane Harvey. We will reckon with the reckless greed and corruption responsible for this crisis, and gather up donations and collective courage for the road ahead. Here (More...)

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[8.26.17] URGENT: tell Cuomo carbon taxes matter!

Dear 350 Brooklynite, We don’t email you often, but when we do, it’s critical. This is one of those times. Carbon taxes are essential to moderating out-of-control carbon emissions. New York State does not have a carbon tax. We need to change that. Senior representatives from Governor Cuomo’s office are coming to our General Meeting (More...)

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[8.25.17] Your Voice is Needed

On Charlottesville350Brooklyn stands with those recovering from the violence and racism displayed in Charlottesville, and with all those on the front lines in the fight against white supremacy. The struggle against racism is intimately bound with the struggle against climate injustice and economic inequality. There is no place for racism and hatred in a just (More...)

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[8.8.17] Picnic in the Park This Thursday, August 10

Join us for a Picnic in the Park this Thursday! August 10, 6:30pm, Long Meadow Relax and have some fun in Prospect Park with a potluck picnic on Thursday, August 10. (Not August 11 as stated in previous newsletter.) Meet at the end of Long Meadow nearest Grand Army Plaza at 6:30pm. Bring your family, (More...)

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[7.25.17] Civic Fest Tonight; Stop the Dirty Energy Bill

Have some Fun Tonight: GetOrganized Brooklyn Civic Fest350Brooklyn will join other local groups to celebrate the amazing work of Brooklyn activists and come together to move our work forward. Enjoy performances and get to know your fellow Brooklynites who are resisting injustice and building community. Join us at the Prospect Park Bandshell between 5-8 pm (More...)

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[7.11.17] Monthly Meeting July 13; Join our Carbon Tax Campaign

Learn about Carbon Taxes and Get Involved at our Monthly MeetingThursday, July 13th, 7:30pmCommons Café, 388 Atlantic Ave Economist and policy analyst Charles Komanoff will speak about what carbon taxes are, how they work, the challenges of implementing them, and the critical role they can play in arresting runaway climate change. We’ll also discuss how (More...)

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[6.29.17] 350Brooklyn Summer News

The IDC proved its colors and New Yorkers are fighting back!The eight democratic members of the Independent Democratic Conference claim they have joined the IDC to be able to pass progressive legislation, but as co-sponsors of the Climate and Community Protection Act (CCPA) they have proven their true colors and failed to bring it to (More...)

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