Natural carbon sequestration doesn’t always get the attention or appreciation that it deserves.
Letters to the Editor (or LTEs) are great opportunities to make our voices heard on climate, and decision-makers in Sacramento are particularly attuned to constituent opinions in their hometown papers. That’s why 350 Bay Area Action volunteers have been turning
The month of July is the “Legislative Recess” in the California Legislature. Much like the seventh-inning stretch in a game of baseball, it’s a chance for one last deep breath before the excitement of the final innings. Here are a
Due to the hard work by our dedicated volunteers – AND ALL OF YOU! – and thanks to your hundreds of emails, letters, and phone calls to our legislators and legislative visits with legislators and their staff, all of our
A new bill in the CA assembly, AB 1139, would stall progress towards California’s renewable energy goals and increase energy costs for Californians. Rooftop solar is necessary for achieving California’s goal of 100% renewable electricity by 2045. It also saves every
On April 25, Governor Newsom issued an order for CalGEM to prepare rules to end fracking permits by 2024 and for the California Air Resource Board (CARB) to analyze how the state can end oil drilling no later than 2045, in sync
SB 260 & 449: Bills to Make Big Biz Accountable for GHG Emissions and Climate Risks Andrew Jaeger and Clair Brown, 350 Bay Area Action Legislative Team Two bills introduced this year, SB 260 (Wiener) and SB 449 (Stern), would
TAKE QUICK ACTION TO SUPPORT CALIFORNIA’S FRONTLINE COMMUNITIES and REDUCE THE CLIMATE EMERGENCY: Write your Senator and urge her/him to vote yes on SB467 – End Fracking and Dangerous Drilling and Mandate 2500’ Setbacks. Click Here for the Letter. Also, SHARE THIS MESSAGE to