350 Bay Area Actionpromoting aggressive, science-based action on climate change
350 Bay Area Action has two teams. The Legislative team promotes progressive impactful action to reach ambitious climate change goals that reduce greenhouse gas emissions in a socially equitable way. The Electoral team evaluates state and local candidates for their positions on critical climate policies and issues.
Making an Impact
Our Legislative team works on California climate justice legislation and implementation of key policies. We focus on key bills to make a big impact with our climate justice allies.
We support policies that eliminate fossil fuel production and consumption and protects vulnerable communities as the state transitions to clean energy with regenerative agriculture and land use.
Although the California budget deficit has been the main Legislative focus in 2020, we are fighting to fund key climate programs. Join us to make an impact on the climate justice emergency!
Electing climate champions
The Electoral Team works to elect climate champions and hold them accountable. We organized a robust phone banking campaign for the Senate and Presidential races targeting voters in key swing states. In 2021, we are already preparing for the mid-term elections so stay tuned!
Local Climate ChampionS
Win in 2020!
We endorsed climate champions in target city and county elections across the Bay Area. We encourage you to view our 2020 winners.
Mobilizations - Victories - Press
Biden and Dems Brings New Energy to Climate Crisis Positive Start, But We Need to Keep the Pressure On Can you feel the real excitement about federal changes for Climate Action/Climate Justice in the new White House, federal agencies, and Congress? It’s time for a...
by Martha Griswold and Clair Brown, 350BAA Legislative Team Most Californians have not heard of CalGEM, but this state agency plays an important role in overseeing the oil and extractions that harm the...
California’s most important climate justice bill of the year might die in the Senate Natural Resources and Water Committee next Wednesday. It was heard this week but failed to gain the 5 votes it needs to pass to the Senate floor. If we can convince just one more...
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