Welcome to 350Marin - Climate Change Advocacy in Marin


If you couldn't make it to our "Inspiration from Standing Rock: Getting Active" event on Jan. 27th with Barbara Clifton Zarate, you can see her inspiring talk that night now by clicking HERE.

Now you can see the video of our Aug. 24th event "Eating Our Future, or Feeding Our Health….the Climate Diet Connection" with Dr. Michael Klaper on your computer right HERE...

PLUS...350Marin's youth chapter, part of 350 Bay Area's BAYCA, facebook page, is a completely youth-led group, with the goal of taking action on climate change. Please contact Rose Strauss at rosey.strauss@gmail.com to join/get info or sign-up on the 350 Bay Area website HERE.

AND...Did you miss Bill McKibben and Bay Area Millenials speaking at our packed Oct. 21st event? You can watch it HERE. Also, see what Bill had to say about the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) at 23:45 into the video.

Check out the new list of Marin Resources for Taking Action on Climate HERE!

Upcoming Actions You Can Do:

Apr. 3 - May 15th: Tell your city and the County of Marin to use 100% Clean Energy! MORE >>

Sat., Apr. 29th - 11am - 2:00pm: Come to the Marin People's Climate Mobilization! MORE >>

Sat., Apr. 29th: Go to the People's Climate Mobilization in Oakland! MORE >>

Tues., May 2nd: Come sit in on our 350Marin Steering Committee Meeting MORE >>

Ongoing: Help Fight the Dakota Access Pipeline - Make it Costly!! MORE >>


This Saturday: The People's Climate Mobilization!

Saturday, April 29th, in Washington DC, in Marin, Santa Rosa, Sonoma, in Oakland, and in hundreds of other places around the country and the world, people will stand up to assert the reality and severity of the building climate crisis.  We'll demand a rapid transition to a new, just, clean energy economy. Gather with us to help deliver this crucial message peacefully, loudly and clearly!  

More on Marin's Event...

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 More on Oakland's Event...

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State Supports Bay Area Pollution Caps

In what may signal a significant shift in the regional political power struggle to put absolute emission caps on Bay Area oil refinery emissions including greenhouse gases, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) has announced it supports a proposal by local environmental groups, including 350Marin and 350 Bay Area, to do just that.  valero-refinery.jpgThis is the proposal that our groups and allies have been pressing to be adopted by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) for many years now, but which has only recently started to gain traction with the BAAQMD Board.  

Undoubtedly, actually putting such regulations in place, making sure they're enforced, and keeping them from being undone, will require continuous citizen involvement and pressure on our representatives to counter oil company lobbying and legal threats. However, just as the job remaining shouldn't be underestimated, neither should the potential victory if the Bay Area becomes the first region in California, within the United States, and possibly worldwide, to decisively limit the ability of oil refineries to continuously increase their pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.   Read more details on the policy shift by CARB HERE.

 

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San Luis Obispo Rejects Philips 66 Oil Trains

Last month, the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors rejected an appeal of a rail project at a Phillips 66 petroleum refinery there that could have brought 80-car trains loaded with crude oil through East Bay and South Bay cities.  trains-richmond.jpgThis action by San Luis Obispo continues the powerful alliance and solidarity of environmental groups, citizens and cities up and down the entire west cost of the US that have been consistently rejecting coal shipping from ports and fossil-fuel rail infrastructure expansions.   Read more details HERE.

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Trump Orders Completion of DAPL and Keystone

trump-execorder.jpgOn Tuesday, Jan. 24th, President Trump signed an executive order mandating completion of the Dakota Access and Keystone Pipelines.  While it wasn't clear initially whether his order would halt the previously announced environmental review of alternative routes by the Army Corps of Engineers, the agency soon clarified that it would immediately grant a final permit to Energy Transfer Partners to finish the pipeline on the original, protested route.  You can read more details HERE.

 

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US Government Denies Dakota Access Pipeline Permit

On Sunday, December 4, 2016, the Obama administration delivered on a promise President Obama had made to the Standing Rock Sioux and other assembled tribes years ago to respect their rights and be on their side when it really matters.   It came in the form of a statement by the tribe-celebrates.jpgUS Army Corps of Engineers that they would not approve the final permit needed for the Dakota Access Pipeline to be built underneath Lake Oahe, thereby blocking its route near the Standing Rock Reservation. Read more and see video about the decision in the NY Times HERE, or by clicking on the picture.

For now, this was a tremendous victory for the Standing Rock Water Protectors, the US Vets joining them in recent days, and their supporters in the US and around the world.

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