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To get active in the climate movement and meet like-minded people, use the map below to find a group in your community. Get in touch and join their next meeting. Everyone is welcome and everyone is needed.
If you don’t see a group in your area, it might be time to start one yourself!
Before organising or attending any face-to-face event or gathering, please check your country lockdown rules to know the Covid tier your area is in and what the restrictions are. Mask up and stay safe.
Don’t see a group near you? Start your own.
Our vision is to have thousands of local groups standing in solidarity with one another. We’ve got resources online to help you get up and running, and we can add your group to the map so others can join.
Join an active campaign in your region for more ways to get involved.
Cut All Ties – The world is acting on climate change, while Australia’s politicians are held back by coal lobby groups like the Minerals Council of Australia. We call on all companies and politicians to cut all ties with this anti-climate action industry lobby group.
Our Islands, Our Home – Torres Strait Islanders are bringing the first climate change case against the Australian federal government over human rights.
Is Your Bank Funding Climate Change? – Major banks in New Zealand are playing a critical role in keeping the fossil fuel industry afloat by lending and investing billions of our savings in coal, oil and gas companies that have knowingly caused the climate crisis. Find out if your bank is supporting climate criminals, and switch to a Fossil Free bank!
ACC, Go Fossil Free! – ACC, one of NZ’s major public investment funds, is using over $200 million of our public money to line the pockets of dirty fossil fuel companies that have knowingly pushed our climate to the brink of collapse and are now threatening to take us over the edge. Call on ACC to go fossil free.
Just Recovery Policy Demands – Pacific Island Leaders must take strong and decisive action on the climate crisis and a Just Recovery by responding to key policy demands.
Build Back Fossil Free – It’s time to fulfill Biden’s promises to end the era of fossil fuel production, protect communities reeling from the climate and COVID-19 crises, and #BuildBackFossilFree.
End Fossil Finance – Public and private banks pour hundreds of billions of euros each year into the fossil industry and the only way to stop them is through sustained public organising and people power.
Stop funding climate criminals! – We’re calling on the European Central Bank and President Christine Lagarde: don’t pour billions of euros into dirty fossil fuel corporations. Stop funding the climate crisis! (EN / FR / DE / NL)
We need a Green New Deal – It’s time for the UK government to step up and deliver a real plan for health, for jobs, and for climate action.
Kein Geld Für Klimaverbrecher – Europa befindet sich wieder im Lockdown. Die Europäische Zentralbank gibt Corona-Finanzhilfen in Höhe mehrerer Milliarden Euro frei – und lässt sie Kohle-, Öl- und Gaskonzernen wie Shell und Total zukommen.Eigentlich sollen diese Gelder dazu dienen, dass sich Menschen und die Wirtschaft von der Corona-Krise erholen können. Stattdessen werden damit Unternehmen unterstützt, die auf der ganzen Welt die Umwelt verschmutzen und gegen Menschenrechte verstoßen. HANDLE JETZT, damit sich das nicht wiederholt
An Amazon free from Oil and Gas – 47 indigenous communities and 22 conservation areas could be impacted by the oil and gas industry in the Brazilian Amazon.
Afrika Vuka Caravan (EN / FR) – Join us live online every two weeks as we connect with frontline groups exposing the fossil fuel and finance industry’s role in accelerating the climate crisis, and find out how you can take action to support their work.
Public Finance for Climate – A call on the Minister of Finance to insist that the DBSA and IDC invest in a clean energy future with social and climate justice at the heart of transition away from fossil fuels.
ATO4NEN – The Government of Japan is reviewing the “Basic Energy Plan,” an important policy that determines the future of Japan’s energy. Join the growing chorus of people demanding to protect the environment and their future, not the shortsighted economic benefits of companies that have relied on fossil fuels and nuclear power plants.
The Omnibus LOL– The Indonesian government approved a sweeping jobs-creation bill that loosens labor and environmental regulations – posing a threat to workers’ rights, environmental protection, and the protection of indigenous peoples, farmers, and frontline communities. Sign to show solidarity with the people of Indonesia fighting for their rights.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What does 350 do?
We’re an international movement of ordinary people working to end the age of fossil fuels and build a world of community-led renewable energy for all.
350 works on grassroots campaigns across the globe, from opposing coal plants and mega-pipelines, to supporting renewable energy solutions and cutting the financial lifelines of the fossil fuel industry. All of our work leverages people power — individuals working together in pursuit of a common goal — to dismantle the influence and infrastructure of the fossil fuel industry. Find more on our About page.
How do I get involved?
At minimum, make sure you’re on our mailing list. Browse the rest of this page to see how you can make bigger contributions in a local group setting. From there, what you do and how much you get involved is up to your group’s needs, your interests, and how much time you want to put in!
I don’t have time to commit to a local group. How can I still be involved?
Whether in person or online, simply talking with those around you about the climate crisis and what’s happening in your area is an important step toward making change. Also follow climate action groups like 350 on social media and share their content for a low-commitment way to show your support.
If there is no local campaign group in your area yet, consider bringing other local supporters together for a one-time event – a potluck meal, film-screening, or roundtable discussion. By building relationships between passionate people in your community, a group is more likely to emerge, even if you’re not available to lead it yourself.
You know your own community better than anyone, so we believe local groups are best suited to run – and win! – their own campaigns. However, we can provide resources and guidance so you’re prepared to act on the changes you want to see.
Why aren’t you talking about things like recycling and veganism?
Our campaigns focus on building transformative power that challenges the status quo and social license of the fossil fuel industry. That means less focus on personal consumption choices (which are incremental) and more emphasis on collective action (which can tackle massive systemic issues).
Both are important, but we believe that by building a movement linked to these three demands, we can reach political tipping points that allow for change big enough to halt the climate crisis:
A fast and just transition to 100% renewable energy
No new fossil fuel projects, anywhere
Not a penny more in finance for the fossil fuel industry
So should I go ahead and start a local group?
If you can identify a few other dedicated people in your community to help you and are committed to 350.org’s basic demands and organizing principles, yes! Get started.
Our vision is to have thousands of local groups standing in solidarity with each other. It does take time, commitment, and energy to steer a group to maturity, but it’s precisely that sort of commitment we need if we are to change the course of history.
I already have a local group. Can we join 350?
That’s great! If you’re already in a group, you’re probably seeing the benefits of meeting face to face and organising together. Read through the local group guidelines and apply to register your group.
How much support will 350 offer when I start a group?
We have plenty of trainings and resources available to help you, and we often run campaigns that local groups can easily plug into. Depending on your location and how much staff or volunteer capacity is available, we also might be able to provide coaching and other direct support. But remember, in the end it’s you who can build a real local movement where you live.
Will 350 pay us to run a local group?
No, 350.org cannot pay you to run a group. However, we do have trainings on how to fundraise so your local group can gain its own resources to stand independently.
Can I do my work placement at 350 or at a local group?
You can join as a volunteer, but we do not offer formal internships or work placements and cannot transfer volunteering into school credits. A local group or partner organization might have a different answer – please contact them directly.
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