Register Your Local Group

We believe a powerful global network of groups campaigning in their local contexts is essential to stop the climate crisis. Join us!

Thank you for being part of a local group working for climate justice! Your group’s work, alongside the thousands of other groups out there, is the heart and soul of this people-powered movement.

This is the place for linking your group to the wider 350 network. Here’s how:

  1. Check that your group meets the 350 network guidelines
  2. Understand what it means to be a part of the 350 network
  3. Submit your group application

350 Network Guidelines

To be a part of the 350 network, groups should:

  • Be a local (or regional) climate change initiative led by a team of 3 or more people
  • Meet regularly (weekly, biweekly, monthly)
  • Be open to new people joining your group
  • Read and agree to the 350 Organising Principles
  • Broadly align with 350’s mission
  • Don’t overlap with another registered group in your area without shared understanding or agreement
  • Be willing to participate in national or global campaigns and events at least occasionally

Groups do not need to include “350” (or “Fossil Free”) in their name to be a part of this network.

If your group does not yet match the above criteria, find more information about forming groups, and/or get in touch with your questions.

What does it mean to be a part of the 350 network

Here is some of what you can expect by being a part of this network:

  • Appear on’s list/map of local groups making it possible for new members to find and join your group.
  • Receive coaching/support from volunteers and/or staff, depending on your needs, and depending on where we have volunteers and/or staff.
  • Receive invitations to meet others in the network – virtually or in-person.
  • Receive invitations to participate in training, skill-sharing, and/or strategy development.
  • Access digital tools and website hosting for your group.
  • Receive invitations to participate in specific campaigns, projects, and mobilisations.
  • Occasionally hear about opportunities for funding, usually tied to specific campaigns, projects, or mobilisations. (That said, is not a funding organisation, and these opportunities are rare).

Application Form