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350 Bay Area Action promotes aggressive, science-based action on climate change and ways to eliminate carbon pollution in the Bay Area and beyond. We support legislation and candidates that seek to #KeepItInTheGround and promote fossil-FREE (clean) energy in a socially equitable way.
Speak up for life saving Zero-Emission Trucks
The California Air Resources Board is considering a groundbreaking Advanced Clean Truck Rule requiring truck manufacturers to sell clean, zero emission trucks in California instead of dirty diesel and gasoline vehicles. Passing this rule would revolutionize the heavy duty truck market by creating new demands for clean trucks while cleaning up our air and protecting the climate. Sign our petition today and help us send a strong public health and climate message to ARB that we need a strong Clean Truck rule now.
The Legislative Committee of 350 Bay Area Action works on state climate, clean energy, and climate justice legislation through public education and advocacy at the district level and in Sacramento. We study, track, and recommend positions, direct outreach to legislators at their Sacramento or local offices, testify at committee hearings, and work with other environmental, social justice, and progressive groups to promote strong climate legislation.
When election time comes, will you know which of your city council candidates prioritize clean energy in homes and buildings? Whether your Board of Supervisors incumbent has been an effective advocate for public transit? If the challenger to your state Assemblyperson will actually vote to ban new oil drilling? The Electoral Committee of 350 Bay Area Action evaluates state and local candidates for their positions on critical climate policies and issues.
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Communities Near Oil and Gas Operations Must Have Protection from Hazards and Have a Say in Regulating these Industries Oil and gas operations are dirty industries that create health and safety hazards in the areas where they operate. Health studies have shown that...
The CA Legislature is coming back to hear bills after taking 6 weeks off due to COVID-19 Stay-at-Home orders. The Governor’s $221 billion proposed budget for 2020 now must be revised to cover essential COVID-19 related supplies, staffing & benefit programs, and...
State Legislators came back to work on Jan 6 and the session is off to a fast pace.2020 is the year we must kick off a decade of stronger, faster climate solutions for California. The 350 Bay Area Action Legislative Committee had a busy, successful January—AB 345...