We are taking swift action to insist on:

 
Electrifying Everything in 2019

Electrifying Everything in 2019

350 Bay Area is forming a coalition of groups to promote a new vision for living a low-emissions life. Electrify Everything will get people excited about the new options for electric alternatives for cars, air heating and cooling, water heating, and cooking. Electric...

Clean and Just Transportation

Clean and Just Transportation

The Transportation Program 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 and Clean Air

Clean Energy and Clean Air

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 . . .

Youth vs. Apocalypse

Youth vs. Apocalypse

Youth Vs. Apocalypse is 350 Bay Area’s youth-led program. They are a diverse group of young climate justice activists, working together to lift the voices of youth, in particular youth of color, and fight for a livable climate and an equitable, sustainable, and just world.

Taking Action on Bills in State Legislature

Taking Action on Bills in State Legislature

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.

Ramping Down Fossil Fuels

Ramping Down Fossil Fuels

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

Volunteer Community Chat

Monday, July 1 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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350SF Monthly Meeting, July 2019

Saturday, July 20 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Making a REAL SF Climate Emergency Plan NEW UPDATE The first hearing on the Climate Emergency plan h...

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July Transportation Campaign Meeting

Sunday, July 21 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

About half our carbon footprint in the Bay Area comes from cars and trucks. Zoom with us to bring th...

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Volunteer Community Chat

Monday, August 5 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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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.

Our Impact and Accountability

 

“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.”

Steve Kinsey

Former Marin County Supervisor, & Former Chair, California Coastal Commission

82% of our expenses in 2017 went directly toward our programs.

 

 

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.”

Mark Jacobson

Professor, Stanford