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Renewable Rikers

On January 27th members of 350BK’s City Action Sub-committee will join with Just Leadership USA (JLUSA), NYLPI, NYJA and other groups to deliver testimony in support of the Renewable Rikers act. The Act is a trio of bills that would clear the way for the conversion of up to 400+ acres of newly available land (More...)

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Stop The Money Pipeline Campaign

350Brooklyn joins a national campaign to target fossil fuel financiers: stopthemoneypipeline.com. More than 20 organizations in 20 cities are focusing on Chase, BlackRock, Wells Fargo and Liberty Mutual.  The recent decision by BlackRock to divest from coal and prioritize sustainability shows we (and their endless search for profits) can force their hand, as they see the (More...)

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Next Meeting – January 9

Next Meeting:  Thursday, January 9th, 7:30 – 9:30pm Brooklyn Commons 388 Atlantic Avenue (Boerum Hill) Planning for 2020. Make this the year you deepen your commitment to taking action on the climate! 350Brooklyn’s January monthly meeting will review the status of our campaigns, and together we will plan for the New Year.  Your skills, ideas, (More...)

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Climate Wednesdays Dec. 11: Green New Meal

Green New Meal: The Food-Climate Connection Wednesday December 11th, 7:00pm to 8.30pm Commons Lab at Brooklyn’s Central Library Come join us and our panelists for our 4th Climate Wednesday! This time, let’s have a chat about what’s on our plate. More info: bklynlibrary.org/event-series/Climate-Wednesdays What impact does what we eat have on the climate? How has (More...)

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Next Meeting – December 12

Next Meeting:  Thursday, December 12 at 7:30pm Brooklyn Commons 588 Atlantic Avenue (Boerum Hill) Art! Music! Activism!  “If I can’t dance, I don’t want to be part of your revolution.” — Emma Goldman The climate movement needs more than science and statistics. We also need a vision, a soul, and a song. At our December (More...)

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Next Meeting – November 14

Next Meeting: Thursday, November 14, 7:30 PM Brooklyn Commons 588 Atlantic Avenue (Boerum Hill) Come join 350Brooklyn’s monthly meeting as we discuss “Publicly Owned Utilities: What’s the Future for New York State?” Renewable energy is critical to solving the climate crisis.  Are private companies like Con Ed and National Grid up to the challenge? Come (More...)

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350Brooklyn’s Holiday Hootenanny for the Planet

Join us for a Holiday Hootenanny for the Planet on Tuesday, December 10th at the legendary Sunny’s Bar in Red Hook. We’ll celebrate the gains made this year and raise money to support future initiatives. The event will feature live music from luminaries of New York City’s folk and old-time music scenes, including M Shanghai (More...)

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Green New Deal Town Hall Nov. 7th

Tuesday, November 7th at 6:30 pm Restoration Plaza, 1360 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, 5th Floor Come hear about how the Green New Deal will address issues of health, jobs, and housing.  Congressman Hakeem Jeffries—the only Brooklyn Congressional Representative who has yet to sign on—has been invited to hear how the Green New Deal will be a (More...)

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Climate Wednesdays Starting September 18th

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Eva Welchman PHONE: 646-258-2373 EMAIL: edwelchman@gmail.com   350BROOKLYN AND BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY ANNOUNCE CLIMATE WEDNESDAYS MONTHLY EDUCATIONAL SERIES TO ENGAGE CITIZENS IN ACCESSIBLE SOLUTIONS TO THE CLIMATE CRISIS    Brooklyn, New York, August 19, 2019 — 350Brooklyn and the Brooklyn Public Library’s Central Branch at Grand Army Plaza will host Climate (More...)

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Next Meeting – September 12

September Monthly Meeting: Special Guest Speaker, NY City Council Environmental Attorney Samara Swanston Thursday, September 12 at 7:30pm Brooklyn Commons 588 Atlantic Avenue (Boerum Hill) Samara Swanston has been engaged in environmental law for more than twenty-five years, and is the Legislative Attorney for the Environmental Committee of the City Council that passed outstanding, landmark legislation (More...)

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