Great news about state climate legislation! Now the fight continues.

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 endorsed bills supporting climate action made it through the Assembly and Senate committee process (with one unfortunate exception). And ALL of our bills that made it past that hurdle passed out of their originating houses on floor votes.


We’re not done – our bills now face committees in the second house (Assembly bills to the Senate and vice versa), then floor votes on the way to the Governor’s desk (we hope!). But with all of us working together, our bills will become law. We will be calling on our 350 Bay Area Action members and supporters to communicate with our Bay Area legislators to vote YES on climate action!

CA is drowning in plastic. Join us on 6/12/22 to hear updates and solutions

50% of the plastic we produce is discarded after a single use.

The California Plastic Pollution and Recycling Act on the ballot in Nov. 2022 would responsibly reduce harmful single-use plastic packaging and foodware.

Join Isabella Gonzalez Potter from The Nature Conservancy, who will be presenting background, possible solutions, and up-to-the-minute updates on the initiative. She will also share information about legislation currently in play in California to address the plastics crisis. All are welcome!

350 Bay Area Action Legislative Committee Monthly Meeting

June 12, 2022 3:00 – 4:00 pm

Contact us for the Zoom link.

Latest Meetings With Legislators

In April, our volunteers met with state legislators across the Bay Area. In the North Bay, a coalition of climate activists met with Assemblymember Jim Wood, thanking him for his past votes on climate action and urging his continued support.

A few weeks later, Asm. Wood was an “aye” vote on EVERY ONE of our priority bills in the Assembly! Advocacy from 350 Bay Area Action is continuing to advance solutions to the climate crisis.

If you’re interested in joining us on upcoming legislative meetings during the July recess, please contact us via the form below.