Category News & Events

Bi-Weekly General Meeting & Holiday Gathering, 12/15, 7pm

Please join us for our bi-monthly general meeting. Tuesday, December 15th at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. We’ll be relaxing and enjoying holiday climate camaraderie after the flurry of activity that has been the Paris COP and related events.

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“Protect What You Love/Climate Justice Now” at the Statue of Liberty, 12/12, 9:30am

Travel with us to the Statue of Liberty and be part of “Road Through Paris“ events happening all over the world. As the COP21 climate talks conclude, join “Protect What You Love/ Climate Justice Now” on the morning of Saturday, December 12, 2015 on Liberty Island. Our presence at the Statue of Liberty will send […]

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BRIC’s “The Cost of an Urban Climate Crisis,” 12/9, 7:30pm

As part of its BRIC TV initiative, BRIC will present The Cost of an Urban Climate Crisis: Brooklyn #BHeard, a live-broadcast, town hall-style discussion, December 9 at 7:30pm. The discussion, hosted by Brian Vines (Senior Producer, BRIC TV), will take a look at the effects of climate change and the direct impact it has on […]

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A People’s Agenda for Preventing Climate Change, 12/9, 7pm

In December, world leaders are meeting in Paris to negotiate a treaty that we hope will lead to a drastic reduction in greenhouse gas pollution. Regardless of the outcome, New Yorkers will continue the fight against climate change catastrophe that threatens our families and communities. Join us for a discussion about plans to stop our […]

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Bi-Monthly General Meeting, 12/1, 7pm

Please join us for our bi-monthly general meeting. Tuesday, December 1st at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. All are welcome!

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Global Climate March NYC, 11/29, 2pm

In the aftermath of the horrific events in Paris, French authorities have said they will not allow the massive march that had been planned for Nov. 29, the day before the UN Climate Talks begin. Although the situation in Paris is fluid, marches and other climate activities around the world that same weekend will go […]

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#ExxonKnew Pop-Up Rally and “Virtual March,” 11/27, 11:30am

Help us kick off our Paris Climate Talks Virtual Solidarity March! We’ll be meeting in person near an Exxon station for a pop-up rally in Brooklyn at lunchtime on Friday to tell them “no thanks” for trying to ruin our climate. We’ll then be Tweeting, Facebooking, meming, and giffing ourselves crazy all weekend (you know, […]

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Getting to 100% Clean Energy in NYC, 11/19, 6pm

The People’s Climate Movement New York is holding a forum on how to get NYC to 100% clean energy by 2030. The first panel will discuss how to get to 100% clean energy. The second panel will discuss some of the challenges and opportunities in getting there. The doors open at 6PM for light refreshments, […]

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Bi-Monthly General Meeting, 11/17, 7pm

Please join us for our bi-monthly general meeting. Tuesday, November 17th at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. All are welcome!

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Tell Cuomo to Say No to Port Ambrose and Yes to Offshore Wind!, 11/12, 5:30-6:30pm

Governor Cuomo is hosting a political fundraiser–and we’re going to rally outside the event, urging him to veto the Port Ambrose LNG facility! Port Ambrose is a liquefied natural gas port proposed for off our coast. The project threatens our health, safety, and environment. Port Ambrose presents a public health threat, with explosive gas risking […]

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Bi-Monthly General Meeting (Media Focus), 11/3, 7:30pm

Please join us for our bi-monthly general meeting. Tuesday, November 3rd at 7:30pm. We’ll be meeting at a member’s home, and learning more about how to harness social media and other online tools. Write to us at for more information and location.

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Halloween Parade, 10/31, 6:30pm

FOSSIL FUELS ARE SCARY! KEEP THEM IN THE GROUND! Wear a costume and march with us to raise awareness of our climate crisis. Corner of 7th Avenue and 14th Street in Park Slope. Protect our planet! End the fossil fuel era! Signs and artwork will be provided, but you should feel free to bring your […]

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Halloween Rally at 1 Centre Street, 10/30, noon-2pm

What’s scarier than Halloween? Climate change! What can we do about it? Keep fossil fuels in the ground! Join us in our call for Mayor de Blasio, Comptroller Scott Stringer, and all Trustees to divest the city pension funds of coal, oil, and natural gas companies, and to reinvest in clean green infrastructure and technologies. […]

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Tell Cuomo We Want Offshore Wind!, 10/14, 7pm

Governor Cuomo is holding a fundraiser on Broadway, and we’re going to rally outside the event, urging him to veto the Port Ambrose LNG facility! Port Ambrose is a liquefied natural gas port proposed for off our coast. The project threatens our health, safety, and environment. Port Ambrose presents a public health threat, with explosive […]

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Power Through Paris Workshop, 10/13, 7pm

2015 is on track to be the hottest year in recorded history. Yet momentum is growing to stop this climate change crisis. Political and religious leaders are beginning to get the message that people like you have been voicing for years. We are carrying this momentum to the global gathering of governments at the Paris […]

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Power Through Paris Workshop, 10/6, 7pm

2015 is on track to be the hottest year in recorded history. Yet momentum is growing to stop this climate change crisis. Political and religious leaders are beginning to get the message that people like you have been voicing for years. We are carrying this momentum to the global gathering of governments at the Paris […]

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Act Locally to Solve the Climate Crisis, 9/27, 4-6pm in Park Slope

2015 is on track to be the hottest year on record, and scientists expect even hotter years ahead. 350Brooklyn invites Brooklynites to learn how they can act locally to help solve the climate crisis. The teach-in will feature New York State Assemblymember Felix Ortiz, who represents Red Hook and Sunset Park, explaining how his Fossil […]

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“Under One Sky,” 9/24, 5pm, NYC

Join 350NYC and thousands of others concerned about climate justice at two important, back-to-back events on September 24, the eve of Pope Francis’s address to the UN General Assembly. Both events will be at Dag Hammarskjold Park, E. 47 St. between 1 Ave. and 2 Ave., and are open to all. “Light the Way” – […]

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Bi-monthly General Meeting, MONDAY, 9/21, 6pm

Please join us for our bi-monthly general meeting. Monday, September 21 at ~6pm (the meeting will start with a potluck, so the arrival time is a bit flexible). 746 Union Street, four doors down from the corner of 6th and Union, in Park Slope. Please note that this is not our usual location (which is […]

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OFF & ON: One Night Only in Brooklyn!, 9/10, 7pm

After many years of talking about climate change, we’re finally at a point where the world is making our task simple. Not easy, but simple. The scientists are telling us we must, in this hottest year on record, turn off the flow of carbon. The engineers are telling us that we are ready to turn […]

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Bi-monthly General Meeting, 9/8, 7pm

Please join us for our bi-monthly general meeting. Tuesday, September 8 at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. All are welcome!

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Bi-Monthly General Meeting, 8/25, 7pm

Please join us for our bi-monthly general meeting. Tuesday, August 25th at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. All are welcome!

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Encyclical Reading Group and Drinks in the Parlor, 8/15, 5pm

Please join 350 member Katy Lederer in her home in Park Slope for a little Encyclical reading and discussion, wine, and camaraderie. Email Katy for the exact address: <>.

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General Meeting Featuring “Local Politics 101” with Ben Yee, 8/13, 7pm

Benjamin Yee is a political organizer and founder of ShiftSpark.com. He has extensive experience in civic tech, fundraising and party politics. In 2007, Ben began his life in organizing working for the Obama Campaign as a fundraiser and, later, NY State Digital Director. He then went on to join the Manhattan Young Democrats, serving as Vice […]

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