Action continues in 2016

350 CT’s response  to Gov. Malloy’s Budget Proposal

Albany, NY -STOP the Bomb Ttains
For A Livable Climate And A Just Transition To Renewable Energy, Fossil Fuels Must Be Kept In The Ground.
No Bomb Trains. No Fracked Gas Or Oil Infrastructure. No More Pollution.
Crude Oil “Bomb” Trains Roll Through Albany,
Polluting The Air In Our Communities & Adding To The Climate Crisis.
This May We Gather For A Massive Action To Stop These Dangerous Trains In Their Tracks.
Joining Others All Around The World, We Will Put Our Bodies In The Way of Fossil Fuels To Show The Collective Power Of Our Movement.
Our Leaders Refuse To Take Appropriate Action. We Will Do It Ourselves.
#Albany2016 #KeepItInTheGround


GC3 Stakeholder Meeting to Review Released Report
Thursday, May 5, 2016       5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Hartford Public LIbrary      500 Main St, Hartford, CT
The Governor’s Council on Climate Change release a report on their activities in 2015 and the plan going forward. We need as many 350 CT members at these meeting as possible to pressure them to make the plan stronger, faster and more just. A few improvements:
– Raise the goal to 100% emissions reduction before 2050
– Plan to eliminate all fossil fuels including nuclear
– Exclude gas infrastructure as an interim step
350 CT will have a more specific statement released soon, below is details from the GC3 on registering for the meeting and downloading the report. Also let us know in the comments below what location is best for you.
The Governor’s Council on Climate Change (GC3) has released its “exploratory report” describing the work accomplished in 2015 and outlining this year’s activities (including a plan for stakeholder engagement — see below) that will lead to a “comprehensive climate strategy to guide the state’s efforts to meet its climate goals.”

Download the GC3 report

GC3 Stakeholder Events – May 5th

The first round of stakeholder engagement will happen Thursday evening, May 5 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. The primary/central location will be the Hartford Public Library, where the “live” presentation will happen. At six satellite locations across the state (Middletown, Willimantic, New Haven, Bridgeport, Norwalk and Waterbury), participants will watch the presentation via streaming video and be able to pose questions before engaging in local, facilitated dialogue with other people from that region of the state.

REGISTER HERE to let us know which location you plan to attend and to sign up to receive updated information in the coming weeks.

To learn more about 350 CT  email [email protected], or call (203) 350-3508.

We continue to work toward our 4 demands:

If you can help us out with outreach supply costs, please DONATE.

350 Connecticut is a community of people working to move Connecticut beyond fossil fuels through grassroots organizing.  Our meetings are open to the public, and we operate using consensus-based decision-making.  We do our work in working groups, and meet all together once a month in a public meeting.  We are an organization committed to anti-oppression in all our work and relationships.

If you’d like to get involved or learn more, here are a few things you can do:

    • Check out our most recent updates and sign up for our email list.
    • Give us some love on facebook,follow us on twitter or join the meetup group.
    • Get in touch with our organizers if you want to get involved or want to know more.  You can email us at organizers [at] 350CT [dot] org

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