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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Thursday, October 04, 2018
350 Action Opposes Kavanaugh’s Nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court
n response to the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court, 350 Action Executive Director May Boeve made the following statement: “The recent hearings on Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination have made it undeniably clear he has no place serving on the U.S. Supreme Court. Kavanaugh has done...
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Wednesday, September 12, 2018
350 Action on Hurricane Florence: “We Must Vote Climate Denial Out of Public Office”
As elected officials from around the world convene for a global summit on climate action in San Francisco, communities on the east coast of the United States are bracing for the arrival of Hurricane Florence. The changing climate, from warmer air and oceans to sea level rise, creates perfect...
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Wednesday, August 29, 2018
350 Action Celebrates Primary Victory for Gubernatorial Candidate Andrew Gillum (D-FL)
In response to the primary victory of Florida Democratic candidate for Governor, Andrew Gillum, 350 Action Executive Director May Boeve made the following statement: “Today, Florida is one step closer to having a visionary, progressive governor with bold plans to tackle the climate crisis. Andrew...
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Tuesday, August 28, 2018
350 Action Celebrates Primary Victory for Gubernatorial Candidate Andrew Gillum (D-FL)
In response to the primary victory of Florida Democratic candidate for Governor, Andrew Gillum, 350 Action Executive Director May Boeve made the following statement: “Today, Florida is one step closer to having a visionary, progressive governor with bold plans to tackle the climate crisis. Andrew...
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Wednesday, June 06, 2018
350 Action Celebrates Kevin de León (D-CA) Advancing to the General Election
In response to U.S. Senate candidate Kevin de León (D-CA) advancing to the general election following yesterday’s primary, 350 Action Executive Director May Boeve gave the following statement: “In a powerful progressive backlash to Trump, Californians are sending two Democrats to the general...
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Wednesday, June 06, 2018
350 Action Celebrates Deb Haaland’s Primary Win: “A Historic Victory for the Climate Movement”
In response to the primary victory for Deb Haaland (NM-1), Democratic candidate for U.S. Congress, 350 Action Executive Director May Boeve gave the following statement: “Deb Haaland’s primary win is a historic victory for the climate movement. Deb is the type of climate leader we’ve yet to see on...
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Wednesday, May 30, 2018
350 Bay Area Action Endorses Kevin de León for U.S. Senate
“If we’re serious about reducing climate-warming emissions quickly enough to preserve our life-sustaining systems — and we are — then we have to start voting on climate. Kevin de León has been a climate leader in California and will bring that to Washington DC, " said Laura Neish, Executive...
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Tuesday, May 29, 2018
350 Action and Bill McKibben Endorse Cynthia Nixon for NY Governor
Today, author Bill McKibben and 350 Action, a national organization working to change the politics of climate change, endorsed Democratic candidate Cynthia Nixon for New York Governor. In Nixon’s platform for Governor, she supports a fast and just transition to 100% renewable energy in New York...
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Thursday, May 24, 2018
Peoples Climate Movement Launches Rise for Climate, Jobs, and Justice September 8th
On Thursday, May 24, the Peoples Climate Movement held a telepresser to launch the “Rise for Climate, Jobs, and Justice September 8th ” mobilization. On September 8th , four days before the start of the Global Climate Action Summit and two months before the midterm elections, people from across the...
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Wednesday, May 23, 2018
350.org’s Bill McKibben on Harvard Board Overseer Resignation Over Fossil Fuel Investments
Yesterday evening Kat Taylor, Harvard Board Overseer, announced her formal resignation over the university’s failure to divest from fossil fuel companies. Bill McKibben, 350.org co-founder, issued the following statement on the significance of this news: “The establishment is really beginning to...
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