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Stop the Money Pipeline!

350Brooklyn is part of a national campaign to target fossil fuel financiersstopthemoneypipeline.com.

More than 30 organizations in over 20 cities are focusing on Chase, BlackRock, Wells Fargo and Liberty Mutual.  The recent decision by BlackRock to divest …

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Williams Campaign Rally March 24

The Williams Campaign is Baaaack

As many 350Brooklyners well know, in 2017 the Williams energy company of Tulsa, Oklahoma proposed to lay a fracked gas under the waters off Staten Island, Brooklyn, and the Rockaways. While New York State denied …

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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 …

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Get involved in our campaigns!

Climate change is a monster of a problem.  At 350Brooklyn we believe that pursuing solutions on many fronts is key to effective action. Consequently, we focus on campaigns with a clear focus that will move …

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Next Meeting February 8th

350 Brooklyn Monthly Meeting: February 8, 7:30
Brooklyn Commons, 388 Atlantic Avenue – Map

This month 350Brooklyn welcomes two experts in urban agriculture, Ray Figueroa and Ian Marvey.  Agriculture has a critical role to play in calming the climate …

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Williams and Its Safety Record

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Williams’s Safety Record

Williams is an energy company based in Tulsa, OK, that owns and operates natural gas pipelines and processing plants.  In 1995 it bought Transco Energy Corporation, which operated a pipeline that brings natural …

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Stop the Williams Pipeline

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The Oklahoma energy company Williams has proposed laying a new pipeline, called the Northeast Supply Enhancement Pipeline, which would carry fracked gas (methane) from Pennsylvania across the Lower Bay of New York’s harbor.

Why is this pipeline a bad idea?

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