350 Action

350 Action is the independent political action arm of the non-profit, non-partisan climate justice group 350.org.

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Monday, May 18, 2020
350 Action on Biden’s Commitment to Revoke Keystone XL Pipeline Permit
Following today’s announcement from presidential candidate Joe Biden that he would revoke the so-called ‘presidential permit’ for the Keystone XL pipeline, 350 Action North America Director Tamara Toles O’Laughlin gave the following response: “Rejecting the Keystone XL pipeline is the touchstone of...
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Thursday, May 14, 2020
In Response to HEROES Act, 350 Action Unveils Key Demands to Prioritize People Over Polluters
On Wednesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unveiled the fifth proposed stimulus and relief package related to the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. The bill, known as the Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions Act, or HEROES Act, is a $3 trillion proposal to be voted...
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Wednesday, May 13, 2020
350 Action on Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders’ Climate Task Force
Today, former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders announced the creation of a task force on climate change ahead of the November election, to be co-chaired by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and former Secretary of State John Kerry. 350 Action North America Director Tamara Toles O’...
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Tuesday, May 05, 2020
350 Action on the ReWIND Act to Stop Fossil Fuel Bailouts
In response to the ReWIND Act introduced today by Representative Nanette Barragán and Senator Jeff Merkley to prevent the Trump administration from bailing out fossil fuel corporations, 350 Action’s Associate Director of U.S. Policy Natalie Mebane gave the following statement: “The ReWIND Act is...
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Wednesday, April 08, 2020
350 Action Responds to Sanders Suspension of His Campaign, Urges Vice President Biden to Move Forward as a Climate Champion
Today, Senator Bernie Sanders suspended his Presidential campaign, stating that his team does not see a feasible path to victory and he could not in good conscience continue a campaign in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. May Boeve, 350 Action executive director , made the following statement: “...
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Wednesday, March 11, 2020
New Report Reveals Colorado's Bella Romero Academy Exposed to Unsafe Levels of Benzene from Fracking
Nonprofit organization 350 Colorado released a report today , conducted by Barrett Engineering PLLC, revealing that benzene emissions at Bella Romero Academy in Greeley exceeded health standards appropriate for schools on numerous occasions while the Colorado Department of Public Health and the...
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Monday, March 02, 2020
350 Action Endorses Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren for 2020 Presidential Election
350 Action is announcing today our formal endorsement of Senator Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren for President. Both have passed the 350 Action Climate Test and represent the significant political change that our country needs. The following is a statement from 350 Action’s Executive Director,...
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Thursday, February 20, 2020
350 Action On Climate Coverage at Nevada Democratic Debate
After months of campaigning by climate organizers, climate was a main line of questioning for candidates in Wednesday night’s debate, dwarfing the amount of time devoted to the issue in previous debates. In Nevada, home to a long-standing fight over water rights from corporate pipeline owners ,...
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Saturday, February 08, 2020
350 Action Responds to Presidential Debate in New Hampshire
At last night’s Presidential Debate, the first since the chaos of the Iowa Caucuses, the seven Democratic candidates sparred on issues of health care, race, trade, and very briefly on climate. During Friday’s debate, climate made a limited appearance in discussions on military spending and trade...
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Friday, January 31, 2020
French Judges Fail to Rule Against Total Over Human Rights & Environmental Violations
A Paris court decided not to hear a landmark case where the fossil fuel giant Total had been taken to court by civil society over human rights abuses and environmental violations linked to its oil-related activities in western Uganda. The judges considered that the case did not fall within their...
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