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Don’t Let a Climate Denier Run the EPA

The challenge for the climate movement has never been greater. Trump’s EPA transition chief, Myron Ebell, is a well-known climate denier. Sign this petition to stop him: http://act.350.org/sign/dont-let-climate-denier-run-epa (More...)

General Meeting, 11/29, 7pm

St. Lydia’s, 304 Bond Street (near Union). F, G trains to Carroll St. or R train to Union St. The challenges facing the climate movement have never been greater. Trump’s transition team is a band of climate deniers with deep ties to the fossil fuel industry. He’s pledged to rip up the Paris climate accord, (More...)

Park Slope Halloween Parade, 10/31, 6pm

Beware the monsters of fossil fuels this Halloween! Join 350Brooklyn to march for climate in the Park Slope Halloween parade. We’ll be bringing signs and a pipeline monster. Come march with us! We’ll be wearing black and gathering at 7th Avenue and 14th Street in Brooklyn. RSVP on facebook and check out Park Slope Civic (More...)

United Nations Day: Climate Change, 10/26, 4:30-9:00 PM

Join us on Wednesday, 10/26, from 4:30 to 9:00 pm for UNA Brooklyn’s 2nd Annual UN Day at Brooklyn Borough Hall. It will be a fantastic program with UN experts, live music, refreshments & networking to celebrate the United Nations and learn about the UN’s work to address Climate Change. RSVP here. (More...)

It’s Now or Never, Senator Schumer, Rally on 10/26, 9am

On Wednesday, October 26th at 9am, we are gathering outside of Senator Schumer’s office, 780 Third Avenue at 49th St., to put pressure on Senator Schumer to publicly push FERC to issue a Stop-Work-Order on Spectra’s AIM Pipeline. The Spectra AIM Pipeline is a high pressure fracked gas pipeline from the PA shale fields that (More...)

Bi-Weekly General Meeting, 9/20, 7pm

Please join us for our bi-weekly general meeting. Tuesday, September 20 at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. We’ll debrief from this summer and talk about what’s on our horizon this fall as we campaign for renewables and against pipeline expansion. All are welcome! (More...)

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...)

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...)