Welcome to 350Marin - Climate Change Advocacy in Marin

Upcoming Events

November 1 - Memorial Service for Dede Teeler, 3:00pm in Sausalito

November 2 - 350Marin New Member Orientation & Steering Committee Meeting

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350 Marin Presents

Black & Blue Friday

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A Thanksgiving Celebration for Our Hot Planet

Sweetwater Music Hall | Mill Valley

Music | Speakers | Poets | Dance | Art

Black Friday - November 28

1:00pm - 3:00pm

Act More - Spend Less

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In Marin, New York City and Around the World - A Historic Day

September 21- Global Day of Action

Marin IJ Letter to the Editor from 350Marin Steering Committee member Jody Timms

Marin residents show they care about climate change

All of us at 350Marin would like to thank the 250-plus Marin community members who came out for the “largest climate march in Marin’s history” on Sunday at Creek Park in San An­selmo.

Our event was held in soli­darity with the People’s Climate March that saw over 400,000 pro­testers in the streets of New York City, along with 2,646 rallies held in 162 countries worldwide.

Newspapers don’t seem too in­terested in covering marches and demonstrations, especially if they are peaceful. At least President Barack Obama noticed: “Our cit­izens keep marching, we cannot pretend we do not hear them, we have to answer the call.”

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On 23 September 2014, 26 year old poet Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner, from the Marshall Islands, addressed the Opening Ceremony of the UN Secretary-General's Climate Summit. Kathy was selected from among over 500 civil society candidates in an open, global nomination process conducted by the UN.


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McKibben and 350.org win “Alternative Nobel,” The Right Livelihood Award

350.org founder Bill McKibben will be one of five recipients of this year’s Right Livelihood Awards, when they’re presented at the Swedish Parliament in early December, a Stockholm foundation announced today.

The prize, often called the “Alternative Nobel,” will be shared with human rights activists Asma Jahangir (Pakistan) and Basil Fernando / Asian Human Rights Commission (Hong Kong, China), and whistleblower Edward Snowden and Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger, who will receive a joint Honorary Award.

“This is a great honor but clearly it belongs mostly to the people who make up 350.org–it’s them, but above all the hundreds of thousands of volunteers in 191 countries, who have built the first global grassroots movement to deal with the largest crisis civilization has ever faced,” said McKibben.

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Stop Fracking in California - One County at a TimeDon't Frack California

Three counties in California have FRACKING BAN measures on their county ballots in November. The fractivists in these counties need help to win their ballot initiatives against the millions of dollars the oil companies are spending to defeat them.

Here are the counties with ballot initiatives and the groups that could use your support

Find out more at Californians Against Fracking.

Here is a look at what is happening in Kern County in the Central Valley


End Climate Silence
Photo by Adam Welz/350.org


Logo artwork by Kathleen Lipinski.