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22 Jul

Climate Wednesdays July 22

July 22: Where to Next? Fossil-Free Transportation in a Pandemic and Beyond 350Brooklyn and the Brooklyn Public Library’s Central Branch at Grand Army Plaza will host a three-part summer 2020 online series, Climate Wednesdays: Solutions for a Cooler Brooklyn. The first of these will focus on transportation, which is the # 2 source of greenhouse […]

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17 Jul

Press Release: Announcing “Green Collar Jobs: Making a Living, Forging a Better World”

FOR PLANNING PURPOSES: September 16 CONTACTS: Ian Stevenson (202) 680-3299 Fritzi Bodenheimer (929) 276-4232 350Brooklyn and Brooklyn Public Library Announce “Green Collar Jobs: Making a Living, Forging a Better World” September 16    Series Engages Brooklynites in Accessible Solutions to the Climate Crisis 350Brooklyn and Brooklyn Public Library continue their three-part summer 2020 […]

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15 Jul

Week 3 – The Plastic Free July Challenge!

For week 3 of our Plastic Free July Challenge, we’re encouraging people to use plastic-free storage and cleaning products. Share your recipes for cleaning products and resources for plastic free containers in our Facebook group. Sign up for our Plastic Free July Challenge here. P.S. Post a pic and tag us @350Brooklyn on FB or […]

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8 Jul

Next Meeting – July 9

July Monthly Meeting Thursday July 9, 2020, 7:30 pm Our July meeting couldn’t be more timely.  An insightful panel of speakers, including Marl Winston Griffith of the Brooklyn Movement Center and Dominique Thomas of 350.org, will offer their thought on the intersection of climate justice, activism, and white supremacy. A Q&A session will follow.  Please […]

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8 Jul

Week 2 – The Plastic Free July Challenge!

For week 2 of our Plastic Free July Challenge, we’re encouraging people to leave the plastic out of their grocery carts. For tips and resources sign up for our 350 Brooklyn Plastic Free July Challenge here. P.S. Post a pic and tag us @350 Brooklyn on FB or IG and use #plasticfreejuly350BK to be entered […]

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1 Jul

Week 1 – The Plastic Free July Challenge!

For week 1 of our Plastic Free July Challenge, we’re encouraging people to BYOX – bring your own everything! For tips and resources, particularly during Covid-19, sign up for our 350 Brooklyn Plastic Free July Challenge here. P.S. Post a pic and tag us @350 Brooklyn on FB or IG and use #plasticfreejuly350BK to be […]

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27 Jun

Sign up for Plastic Free July

If you feel frustrated like we do about the plastic problem, join us in committing to reduce your personal plastic use. By taking the challenge, each week you’ll get an email with 1) tips to plan ahead and keep you motivated, and 2) an action you can take as part of a collective effort to […]

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27 Jun

#DefundThePolice – Call your Councilmember

Demand an end to racist and deadly police practices Call your councilmember to ask them to push for a cut of at least $1 billion from the NY Police Department’s nearly $6 billion budget, and invest that money in low-income, under-resourced communities of color around the city .

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24 Jun

Take the Plastic Free July Challenge!

Single-use plastics like bottles, straws, bags, and utensils, stick around long after you use them, breaking down into microplastics. In fact, the average person ingests about a credit card’s worth of plastic each week. Additionally, 99% of plastic comes from fossil fuels, one of the biggest contributors to the climate crisis. Help be part of […]

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5 Jun

Next Meeting – June 11

350Brooklyn Monthly Meeting June 11, 2020, 7:30 pm Online Event https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88101839208 Join our monthly meeting for updates on campaigns, upcoming actions and to listen to two different perspectives on the relationship between Covid-19 and Climate Change. Climate journalist Yessenia Funes, senior staff writer at Earther@Gizmodo, will discuss how the coronavirus pandemic offers a rare opportunity […]

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8 May

Next Meeting – May 14

Next General Meeting: The Covid Pandemic and the Fossil Fuel Economy Thursday, May 14, 7:30 PM Web:  Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 827 3937 1344 Password: 586165 One tap mobile +16468769923,,82739371344#,,1#,586165# US (New York) +13017158592,,82739371344#,,1#,586165# US (Germantown) Sheltering in place, working and learning at home: with so many people staying put, oil markets are in […]

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2 May

Virtual Rally to Stop the Pipeline – May 4

Calling all pipeline fighters!  Join us in a virtual rally to stop the Williams pipeline this upcoming Monday, May 4 from 12PM to 1PM.  With special guest Bill McKibben! New York State will make a decision on whether to approve the pipeline by May 17, 2020. So, we want to urge Governor Cuomo and the Department […]

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29 Apr

Heat/Cool Smart Brooklyn Webinar – May 5

Webinar on Heat Pumps for Small Building Owners Tuesday May 5th, 2020, 6:30 – 8:00pm Click here to register 350Brooklyn is pleased to invite you to a webinar for owners or managers of small buildings, whether homes, coops, rentals, or commercial. When the Covid-19 crisis eases, we will still be faced with the slower-moving crisis […]

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6 Apr

Next Meeting – April 9

Next Meeting: Thursday, April 9, 7:30 PM *DUE TO CORONAVIRUS, WE WILL NOT BE MEETING AT THE COMMONS CAFE* Instead, Join via Zoom Video – RSVP to to get Zoom link

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11 Mar

Next Meeting – March 12 [UPDATED]

Next Meeting: Thursday, March 12, 7:30 PM *DUE TO CORONAVIRUS, WE WILL NOT BE MEETING AT THE COMMONS CAFE*Instead, Join via Zoom Video Conferencing https://brainpop.zoom.us/j/528143036 Or use one tap mobile +19292056099,,528143036# US (New York)

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8 Mar

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 Williams a key permit last May, Williams immediately reapplied.  NYS’s next (and hopefully final) decision […]

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25 Jan

Next Meeting – February 13

Next Meeting: Thursday, February 13, 7:30 PM Brooklyn Commons 388 Atlantic Avenue (Boerum Hill)

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24 Jan

Climate Wednesdays February 12

Climate Wednesdays on Feb 12: Our Bodies our Planet What is the impact of the climate crisis on our bodies? Fossil fuels already affect the health of New Yorkers, with some communities suffering far greater harm than others. As we fight warming temperatures, pollution and natural disasters, can we use this moment to create a […]

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22 Jan

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 […]

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21 Jan

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 […]

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2 Jan

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, […]

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2 Dec

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 […]

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26 Nov

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 […]

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11 Nov

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 […]

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