About Us

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We are 350 Bay Area.

We are here for justice. The climate crisis magnifies systemic injustices: racial, economic and environmental. We mobilize people as climate activists, building the civic engagement & advocacy that are essential to solve the climate crisis. We organize, demonstrate, lobby, and educate, pushing policymakers to meet the urgency of the climate emergency.

Our mission: build a grassroots climate movement in the Bay Area and beyond to eliminate carbon pollution and achieve a clean energy future with racial, economic, and environmental justice.

Rooted in our Platform

End toxic air pollution, prioritizing the heavily impacted front-line communities

Ensure resilient, safe, affordable clean energy -- and clean energy jobs

Create a fast transition to healthy, clean-energy buildings

Speed the shift to carbon-free, affordable, safe and accessible mobility for everyone

Accelerate the fossil fuel end game and achieve a just transition

Annual Report 2020-21

Contact

Press / Urgent

Press, please contact Laura Neish, 350 Bay Area’s Executive Director by emailing: laura@350bayarea.org.

You are also welcome to call us for interviews at 510-473-5490.

Grantmakers

Grantmakers, please send RFPs to Laura Neish, 350 Bay Area’s Executive Director by emailing: laura@350bayarea.org.

You are also welcome to call us at 510-473-5490

See 350 Bay Area’s Gold Seal of Transparency on Guidestar here.

Our EIN: 47-2407547

Mailing Address

Organizational and donation mailing address:

350 Bay Area
PO Box 18762
Oakland, CA 94619

Email / Social

Send feedback and inquiries to info@350bayarea.org

Follow us on social!
Facebook: @350BayArea
Twitter: @350BayArea
Instagram: @350BayArea
LinkedIn: 350 Bay Area
Youtube: 350 Bay Area

Climate Speakers

To book a Climate Speaker or to become a Skilled Climate Speaker, contact:

Jan, the Speakers’ Bureau Coordinator at info@350bayarea.org

News & Updates

Accelerate The Fossil Fuel Endgame

Six People, Nine Months

After the major fires in Sonoma County in the Fall of 2017, the community came together to find ways to support fire survivors and help the community rebuild stronger. One

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