WHAT WE DO
We are hundreds of volunteers, supported by a small but mighty staff, working since 2012 to:
- Raise awareness & urgency – the climate crisis is underway and we have time – but not a lot
- Mobilize to demand action at the speed & scale required to protect us all from the worst impacts
- Support the voices of young people calling for a livable planet
- Dig into policy options to get real emissions reductions actions passed
How we do it
Our programs are widespread and effective at addressing the climate crisis in a holistic approach:
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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.”
In the past year alone
we have been instrumental in key movement moments, legislative achievements, and coalitions.
Read the full 350BA Major Accomplishment List Here .
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.”
Climate Emergency Map
See the map of 11 cities and counties which have declared climate emergencies so far below.