News & Events
21 Apr

Break Free Albany!, 5/14, 7am

Break Free Call to Action!!! Ride the bus with New York’s climate activists and be part of the next, historic global climate action: BreakFree Albany May 14, 2016. All over the world, people will come together at a massive, legal demonstration and civil disobedience actions in May. In the Northeast, we’ll descend upon the Port […]

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21 Apr

Bi-Weekly General Meeting and “Disobedience” Screening, 5/10, 7pm

Please join us for our bi-weekly general meeting. Tuesday, May 10th at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. We’ll be organizing for #BreakFree in Albany and the March for a Clean Energy Revolution (at the Dem Convention!), among other actions. We’ll also be screening the fabulous and important new movie “Disobedience”–a half-hour-long film […]

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21 Apr

Screening of “Disobedience” and Panel Discussion, 5/5, 7pm

Join us for a screening of the new movie “Disobedience” followed by a brief, action-oriented panel discussion, snacks, and drinks. This event is part of a run-up to the national “Break Free” action in Albany taking place on May 14th. For more information about this major action, see www.Albany2016.org. Co-sponsored by n+1 Magazine. 68 Jay […]

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21 Apr

Screening of “Disobedience” and House Party Happy Hour, 4/30, 4pm-6pm

Join us for a screening of the new movie “Disobedience” (30 minutes) followed by discussion, snacks, and drinks. This event is part of a run-up to the national “Break Free” action in Albany taking place on May 14th. See www.Albany2016.org for more information about this major action. #BreakFree! The screening and happy hour will take […]

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13 Apr

Bi-Weekly General Meeting, 4/26, 7pm

Please join us for our bi-weekly general meeting. Tuesday, April 26th at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. We’ll be organizing for Break Free (in Albany) and the March for a Clean Energy Revolution (at the Dem Convention!), among other actions–and strategizing how best to react to/push back on/support whatever the Mayor and […]

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13 Apr

Screening of Josh Fox’s “How to Let Go of the World (and Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change)” and Discussion with Benjamin Barber 4/23, 7pm

Saturday April 23rd @7pm IFC Cinema 323 Sixth Avenue at West Third Street Hosted by CivWorld, 350NYC and 350Brooklyn Join Josh Fox, Director of the Academy Award Nominated Film Gasland, and Dr. Benjamin Barber, President and Founder of the Global Parliament of Mayors Project and the Interdependence Movement, for a premiere screening of How to […]

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13 Apr

Screening of “Cowspiracy,” 4/16, 1:30pm

Join us for this free movie screening and discussion on Saturday, April 16th @ Patagonia, Soho Store @ 72 Greene Street, NYC This movie is highly critical of the climate movement, and we’ll talk about what we should or could do differently in our movement to address these issues. About the Film Cowspiracy: The Sustainability […]

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23 Mar

Book Discussion with Author Wen Stephenson, 4/13, 6:30pm

We’re excited to be able to host Wen Stephenson, author of What We’re Fighting for Now Is Each Other, an urgent, on-the-ground look at some of the “new American radicals” who have laid everything on the line to build a stronger climate justice movement. Co-sponsored by the Brooklyn Society For Ethical Culture’s Ethical Living Committee […]

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23 Mar

Bi-Weekly General Meeting, 4/12, 7pm

Please join us for our bi-weekly general meeting. Tuesday, April 12th at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. We’ll be organizing for our upcoming book discussion group with Wen Stephenson, preparing for our Josh Fox movie screening, and planning for so many other upcoming actions and events. All are welcome!

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23 Mar

Free Screening of This Changes Everything, 4/1, 7:30pm

Inspired by Naomi Klein’s international non-fiction bestseller, This Changes Everything presents seven powerful portraits of communities on the front lines of climate change. Throughout the film, Klein builds to her most controversial and exciting idea: that we can seize the existential crisis of climate change to transform our failed economic system into something radically better. […]

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23 Mar

Don’t Be a Fossil Fool!, 4/1, noon

Join us for some street theatre outside the public relations firm for Exxon. Exxon is being investigated by the NYS Attorney General for lying about climate change. They will announce their Coming Clean campaign. Don’t Be a Fossil Fool! Let’s make fossil fuels go the way of the dodo! 1285 Avenue of the Americas (6th […]

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7 Mar

Don’t Fuel the Refugee Crisis, 3/31, 7pm

What are the connections between climate and conflict? How is climate change exacerbating existing tensions in the Middle East, Latin America, South Asia and elsewhere? What are the connections between our domestic energy policy at home and the refugee crisis that is currently unfolding on the nightly news? Please join us to hear presentations from […]

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7 Mar

The Fight for Energy Democracy, 3/29, 7pm

WITH Sean Sweeney, Murphy Institute Professor and Trade Unions for Energy Democracy, and Kim Fraczek, Montrose 9 Resister and Sane Energy Project Fracking has been banned in New York State. There is a glut of oil and gas on the market. The price of fossil fuels has collapsed. Yet Big Energy is building more pipelines, […]

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7 Mar

Bi-Weekly General Meeting, 3/15, 7pm

Please join us for our bi-weekly general meeting. Tuesday, March 15th at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. We’ll be organizing for our March teach-in on climate change and immigration, planning for our April Fool’s action (“don’t be a fossil fuel!”), and planning for so many other upcoming actions and events. All are […]

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23 Feb

Bi-Weekly General Meeting, 3/1, 7pm

​Please join us for our bi-weekly general meeting. Tuesday, March 1st at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. We’ll be planning for our March teach-in on climate change and immigration, among other specific actions. All are welcome!

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5 Feb

Merchants of Doubt Screening, 2/25, 7pm

Please join us for a screening of the incredible documentary, Merchants of Doubt. Free and open to the public. 68 Jay Street #405, Brooklyn, 11201 Inspired by the acclaimed book by Naomi Oreskes and Erik Conway, MERCHANTS OF DOUBT takes audiences on a satirically comedic, yet illuminating ride into the heart of conjuring American spin. […]

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5 Feb

Offshore Wind for NYC, 2/19, 6pm

Sane Energy Project Presents SANE SOLUTIONS Friday, Feb. 19, 2016 6pm-9pm Offshore Wind for NYC From 4 Perspectives: • Wildlife • Labor • Environmental Justice • Business We know that for New York State to go 100% renewable, we need 40% of our energy mix to come from offshore wind (tinyurl.com/NYJacobsonStudy). But how will building […]

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5 Feb

Bi-Weekly General Meeting, 2/16, 7pm

​Please join us for our bi-weekly general meeting. Tuesday, February 16th at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. We’ll be hearing a presentation on the state of climate finance. What are treasurers, pension fund managers, and investment bank and corporate CEOs thinking about climate change right now? How does our activism fit into the […]

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22 Jan

Bi-Weekly General Meeting, 2/2, 7pm

​Please join us for our bi-weekly general meeting. Tuesday, February 2nd at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. We’ll be hearing from a member who attended the Paris Climate Summit, and potentially also from a representative from Sane Energy. All are welcome!

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7 Jan

Bi-Weekly General Meeting, 1/19, 7pm

​Please join us for our bi-weekly general meeting. Tuesday, January 19th at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. We’ll be discussing strategy and events for the first half of the year, and planning for our March teach-in on climate change and immigration, among other specific actions. All are welcome!

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7 Jan

This Changes Everything Screening, 1/14, 6:30pm

Please join us for a community screening of This Changes Everything at Bar/Cinema Videology. Grab a drink beforehand, and enjoy camaraderie and discussion afterward. Filmed over 211 shoot days in nine countries and five continents over four years, This Changes Everything is an epic attempt to re-imagine the vast challenge of climate change. Directed by […]

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4 Jan

Bi-Weekly General Meeting, 1/5, 7pm

Please join us for our first bi-monthly general meeting of the year. Tuesday, January 5th at 7pm. St. Lydia’s Church, 304 Bond Street, Brooklyn. We’ll be discussing strategy and events for the first half of the year and planning our upcoming screening of This Changes Everything on January 14th. All are welcome!

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22 Nov

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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22 Nov

“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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22 Nov

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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