Bay Climate Action Plan

We’re lobbying our regional agencies to step up and provide real climate leadership beyond California’s efforts. The fact is, regardless of State claims that it is reaching its greenhouse gas reduction targets, the Bay Area’s direct GHG emissions have . . .


The Legislative Committee studies, tracks, and recommends positions for California climate, clean energy and climate justice legislation. We also do direct outreach to legislators at their Sacramento or local offices, and testify at committee hearings.


The Transportation Campaign works to transform the Bay Area's transportation systems to get off fossil fuels. We are focused on regional transit, electric vehicles and other climate initiatives.

Clean Energy

We are working to bring about the Clean Energy revolution, 100% renewable energy as fast as we can get there, through Community Choice Energy, in the State Legislature, and at the CA Public Utilities Commission. Join Us . . .

Fossil Fuel Resistance / Sunflower Alliance

With its five oil refineries and multiple export terminals, the Bay Area is an important nexus for the fossil fuel industry. This campaign reaches from hearing rooms to front porches to . . .

Speaker’s Bureau

Need a speaker? Get informed and help spread the word. Our experienced presenters are ready to speak to your group or organization. Find out more......

Youth: BAYCA

Bay Area Youth for Climate Action (BAYCA), 350 Bay Area’s youth campaign, is a completely youth-led group, taking action on climate change. This group meets on a regular . . .


Join an interfaith climate action group to learn how faith communities can work together to address these and other issues and become better stewards of our part of the Earth here in the Bay...

350 East Bay October Meeting

October 21 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Please join us for 350 East Bay’s October meeting. New volunteers are invited to attend an ori...

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Clean Energy Campaign – Regular Conference Call Mtg.

November 1 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Note: The meeting on Wednesday 10/18 has been cancelled.  We will return to regularly scheduled mee...

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BAAQMD Reviews Its Permitting Rules, December 6

December 6 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

For the first time in many years, BAAQMD (the Bay Area Air Quality Management District) is consideri...

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The National Heirloom Expo


The National Heirloom Expo

Soil Not Oil Conference

Electric Vehicle Incentives Workshop


The National Heirloom Expo

Soil Not Oil Conference

Statewide SB 100 Call-In Day


Soil Not Oil Conference


Soil Not Oil Conference

Drive Electric in Marin County

Drive Electric in Berkeley


Canvass for CleanPowerSF

Next Legislative Committee Monthly Meeting

Transportation Campaign Meeting


Drive Electric at the Richmond Public Library

Alameda County Interfaith Climate Action Network Meeting


Drive Electric in Benicia


The Cap & Trade Scam


Colleen Patrick-Goudreau: The Compassionate (Climate) Diet

Climate Conversation at the Rialto


Clean Energy Campaign – Regular Call – Sept. 20th


Environmental Justice Advocacy Training

Drive Electric in San Francisco

Celebrate the Coast event


SF Transit Week Street-Side Outreach Hubs

SF Transit Week Kick-Off

Come hear how they do it in Germany


SF Transit Week Street-Side Outreach Hubs

Indigenous Voices: Resisting Oil Extraction in Colombian Cloud Forests

Transit Trivia Night


SF Transit Week Street-Side Outreach Hubs

Better Bayshore


SF Transit Week Street-Side Outreach Hubs

First Mile/Last Mile Transportation Strategic Plan

How can environmental tech influence policy? An exercise in bridge-building.


SF Transit Week Street-Side Outreach Hubs

PUBlic Transit Crawl: Celebrating the 22 Fillmore Transit Priority Project


SF Transit Week Street-Side Outreach Hubs

Adventures on the SF Bay Ferry


SF Transit Week Street-Side Outreach Hubs

Family Fest at Sunday Streets, Excelsior

Transportation Campaign Meeting

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About 350 Bay Area

We are you — San Francisco Bay Area residents working to stop climate chaos by supporting clean energy and eliminating fossil fuels.

Our Mission:   We are building a grassroots climate movement in the Bay Area & beyond that achieves deep reductions in carbon pollution and presses for socially equitable solutions and a just transition to clean energy.

Our Vision:  Our vision is that all who live in the Bay Area equitably share clean air, water and soil in a healthy, thriving and stable post-carbon future, benefiting all life.


Air District Work Makes History

The 350 Bay Area BayCAP Campaign's work with the Air District (BAAQMD) since 2012 to bring about an historic 80% reduction of carbon pollution paid off this April 19th with the unanimous passage of a comprehensive first-of-its-kind metro region plan. 350BA was there....

Stand Up for Science

350BA was covered in the "Stand Up For Science" Protest at the AGU Conference 12/13/2016 in San Francisco by ABC7. This clip includes a few seconds of 350BA Steering Committee member, Richard Gray.  Unfortunately, also significant time on a climate denier at the AGU...


Testimonial #1

“Wherever they can make an impact in driving solutions, standing up to
the fossil fuel industry, supporting sensible legislation and raising climate
consciousness, 350 Bay Area shows up.”

– Supervisor Steve Kinsey, Chair, California Coastal Commission

Testimonial #2

“350 Bay Area makes a big difference in what is happening to our local air quality, and in how quickly California is moving to a sustainable future with shared prosperity.”

– Clair Brown, Economics Professor at UC Berkeley

Testimonial #3

About the Air District plan that 350 Bay Area championed:
“The BAAQMD plan to clean the air while reducing climate-impacting greenhouse gas emissions is an important step toward solving three major problems simultaneously – air pollution mortality, global warming, and energy security. This is an important leap forward.”

– Stanford Professor Mark Jacobson