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350NYC Monthly Meeting
November 23, 2016 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
350NYC’s Monthly Open Meeting is on the 4th Wed of each month. It is held at the New York Society for Ethical Culture, Room #507 Elliott Library, 2 West 64th Street, New York, NY
350NYC is the local affiliate of 350.org, a grassroots network of volunteer-run campaigns in over 188 countries working to solve the climate crisis. Here in New York, we are working locally for a cleaner, greener, better New York City for everyone.
Why the name 350NYC? 350 means climate safety. To preserve our planet, scientists tell us we must reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere from its current levels of nearly 400 parts per million to below 350 ppm. (More on the science of 350). But 350 is more than a number—it’s a symbol of where we need to head as a planet.
Learn more about our campaigns and check our upcoming events to get involved! Join the 350NYC Meetup Group to receive email notifications about events.
A Campaign to Divest NYC from Fossil Fuels
If it is wrong to wreck the climate, then it is wrong to profit from that wreckage. We believe that educational and religious institutions and governments that serve the public good should divest from fossil fuels. Join us as we launch this important campaign. Learn more.
Sustainable NYC: A Campaign to Reduce Our City’s Carbon Footprint
The 350NYC Sustainability Working Group is finding creative ways to help New Yorkers reduce their carbon footprint and make the city a better place to live. Our main campaign right now is to help residents make the easy switch to renewable energy. Learn more about the renewable energy campaign by visiting our Wind Power page.
A Campaign to Stop Natural Gas Extraction and Waste Disposal in NY
Hydraulic fracturing, known as fracking, is a process used to get methane gas out of the ground. Fracking threatens our groundwater, the health of our communities, and the global climate. Learn more.
Ongoing Campaigns: No Keystone XL Pipeline and more!
Learn about how thousands of people are taking action to stop the Keystone XL pipeline that is, as climate scientist James Hansen put it, “game over for the climate.” Get involved.