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Public Forum at BRIC 5/17

Climate Change: Whose Story? A Provocative Public Forum at BRIC ARTS THURSDAY MAY 17, 2018, 7:30 – 9:00 PM EDT BRIC, 647 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY Stories shape how we understand the world, our place in it, and our ability to change it. While it is broadly understood the crisis of climate change threatens human (More...)

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Next Meeting April 12 – Climate Activist Training with 350Brooklyn

Thursday April 12th, 7:30 pm Brooklyn Commons, 388 Atlantic Avenue Climate Activist Training with 350Brooklyn  350 Brooklyn is committed to growing a grassroots movement that acts locally to stop climate change. Towards this goal, we’re devoting the next meeting to hands-on training (developed by 350.org) that will help us work together more powerfully as a group. (More...)

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Community Forum on Williams Pipeline 3/26

Monday, March 26: Community Forum on the Williams Pipeline The Williams energy company of Oklahoma has proposed burying a 23-mile long fracked gas pipeline off our coast.  Come to a Community Forum at 7 pm at the New York Aquarium, 602 Surf Avenue, Coney Island, to learn more about this proposal.  If built, this pipeline (More...)

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Next Meeting; March 8

Thursday, March 8, 7:30 pm. Brooklyn Commons, 388 Atlantic Avenue Our speaker this month will be from Align, a longstanding alliance of labor and community organizations united for a just and sustainable New York. ALIGN works at the intersection of economy, environment, and equity to make change and build movement.  We will hear about one (More...)

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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 crisis but it’s not just rural farms that matter.  Come hear what’s going right here in (More...)

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Next Meeting January 11

Did you know that in New York City buildings are responsible for 71% of the city’s carbon footprint?  Ensuring that new construction is energy-efficient is fine, but most of the work to reduce building energy use will need to address existing buildings.  The 2030 District project is an effort to accelerate progress towards sustainable cities (More...)

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Dec. 14 Monthly Meeting in front of Cipriani Wall Street

It’s Governor Cuomo’s birthday and he’s celebrating with a giant fund-raiser at Cipriani, 55 Wall Street. And 350Brooklyn and many of our climate allies will be out on the sidewalk to greet him! We’re coming with birthday wishes for the end to all new fossil fuel infrastructure in New York State and a just transition (More...)

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Next Meeting November 9

Thursday, November 9, 7:30 Brooklyn Commons, 388 Atlantic Avenue.  It’s been one year since Donald Trump’s election.  Amidst the bombast and the distractions, what difference has Trump’s election actually made to US progress on climate change?  Come hear Michael Burger, Executive Director of the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia University as he lays (More...)

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Next Meeting October 12

Thursday, October 12, at 7:30. Brooklyn Commons, 388 Atlantic Avenue.  Local action is more important than ever. Our next general meeting will feature Kim Fraczek of Sane Energy, who will give a presentation on the buildup of fossil fuel infrastructure in New York and neighboring states. We’ll discuss the problems, solutions, the movement against this (More...)

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Climate Solutions Town Hall October 24th

 Tickets now available for 350 Brooklyn’s Climate Solutions Town Hall on October 24th at Brooklyn College! Tickets are *free* but advance registration is required: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/climate-solutions-town-hall-the-path-forward-tickets-38049249329 Our panel includes representatives from New York Renews, the New York City Environmental Justice Alliance, Turn the Tide, and Sean Sweeney, Director of the CUNY International Program for Labor, Climate (More...)

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