350 CT Fights for Climate Justice


350 CT is the Connecticut chapter of 350.org.  In 2008, a group of professors and concerned scientists founded the now-international, mass-action, grassroots campaign to curb climate change by demanding an immediate timetable to phase out the burning of fossil fuels.

Join us on July 24 for our monthly membership meeting.


A professor of geography at Syracuse and frequent contributor to Jacobin, Martin Huber provides a detailed critique of the climate movement’s failure to look at the problem in class terms and the consequences of the that failure.
A successful climate movement must be based on a mass working class movement, with materials demands that resonate with the every day needs of a broad and diverse array of workers.
– Jonathon Rosenbaum, Jacobin Magazine
Topic: 350 CT meeting
Time: Jul 24, 2022 04:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 898 4668 0670
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Our mission in CT is to work towards:

  • 100% Renewable Energy
  • An End to Fracked Gas ExpansionPayPal - The safer, easier way to pay online!
  • Green Jobs for Fossil Fuel Workers
  • An End to Environmental Racism
  • Mass Transit for All

We do this by meeting monthly, hosting educational speakers, and forming relevant committees to achieve specific goals. We work with other organizations to form a united front because our opposition is the fossil fuel industry.  We take our actions seriously – chipping away at the massive carbon-burning systems is no easy work.  We need help.  We need all the help we can get.  Please Join Us.