Category Archives: Environmental Justice is building a global climate movement. Our online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions are coordinated by a global network active in over 188 countries. works in almost every country in the world on campaigns like fighting coal power plants in India, stopping the Keystone XL pipeline in the U.S, and divesting public institutions everywhere from fossil fuels. All of our work leverages people power to dismantle the influence and infrastructure of the fossil fuel industry, and to develop people-centric solutions to the climate crisis.

Are you stressed out over climate change? Fed up with inequities within our economic system? Tired of money in politics stifling your voice? Are you enraged by social injustice, police brutality, and the lack of public funding for education and healthcare?

350Philly’s monthly meetings are an amazing hub for you to plug in to change-making.

Join us to learn how solutions to the climate crisis are actually humanity’s opportunity to right the wrongs of racism, poverty, and inequity. Come to learn about the work of the coalitions we support and get involved with an active committee where you’ll help foster the change you want to see in your city.

Check our Facebook page for more information on meetings, and email us to get involved!




Location: 20 Jay St, Suite 732, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Pennsylvanians Against Fracking

Pennsylvanians Against Fracking is a statewide coalition of groups representing a diversity of issues, backgrounds and locations, united in the mission of achieving a ban on fracking in the commonwealth.

The first goal of the coalition is to enact a moratorium on fracking throughout Pennsylvania. This halt to drilling must include the following provisions:

• No new wells;
• No new fracking-related infrastructure;
• Comprehensive studies of environmental, health and safety impacts. These studies should be independent of oil and gas industry influence, and peer-reviewed by relevant experts.

We will accomplish our goal through tactics and strategies such as:
• Educating the public of the need for a statewide moratorium;
• Pressuring the governor, the Pennsylvania legislature, and other relevant agencies or decision-makers to institute a statewide moratorium;
• Building the power and diversity of our movement through inclusive and unbiased outreach throughout the state.

If you’re interested in getting involved, fill out the form here.

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Food and Water Watch

Food & Water Watch is a leading national consumer advocacy organization that runs dynamic, cutting edge campaigns that challenge the corporate control and abuse of our food and water resources, empower people to take action and transform the public consciousness about what we eat and drink. Since 2005, we have won significant victories to protect our food and water.

Food & Water Watch works to ensure the food, water and fish we consume is safe, accessible and sustainably produced. So we can all enjoy and trust in what we eat and drink, we help people take charge of where their food comes from, keep clean, affordable, public tap water flowing freely to our homes, protect the environmental quality of oceans, force government to do its job protecting citizens, and educate about the importance of keeping the global commons — our shared resources — under public control.

Food: We work to promote the practices and policies that will result in sustainable and secure food systems that provide healthy food for consumers and an economically viable living for family farmers and rural communities.

Water: We advocate for public control of water resources and services, strong conservation measures and tough regulation of toxic emissions. The policies we promote will result in safe and affordable drinking water for everyone, rather than reliance on bottled water.

Common Resources: We work to stop the financialization of nature and the privatization of our common resources, and fight to maintain the environmental quality of the ocean and its resources.

We are currently seeking organizing interns interested in fighting for safe food, clean water, and healthy oceans. These position typically runs at least 10 weeks, for 15 hours per week minimum. Current student standing is not necessary. Academic credit is often available for students based on university praxis or service learning opportunities. We provide volunteer credit for participants in service groups. For more information, click here



Contact: 267-428-1903

Location: 1501 Cherry Street, Second Floor, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102


Earth Quaker Action Team (EQAT)

Earth Quaker Action Team (EQAT, pronounced “Equate”) is a grassroots, nonviolent social action group founded by Quakers and inclusive of people of all faiths or no faith, who join with millions of people around the world fighting for our threatened planet.

Earth Quaker Action Team yearns to move toward a place of integrity and right relationship with ourselves, the Religious Society of Friends, and within our global community. The enormity of the problem we call climate change is daunting. Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has just hit an all-time high of 400 parts per million, which scientists say the Earth has not seen in 3 million years – prior to the emergence of humans. We face certain catastrophic harm to the commonwealth of life if we do not take immediate action.

We call on people of all faiths to confront boldly those who would profit from the destruction of nature, and who think nothing of endangering human health and well being.

Bank Like Appalachia Matters! (BLAM!)

Our current campaign is BLAM! — a strategic effort to get PNC Bank out of the business of financing mountaintop removal coal mining. We use nonviolent direct action to shine the light on PNC Bank’s lead role as one of the primary financiers of this devastating surface mining practice which has destroyed more than 500 mountains and 2,000 miles of river and streambed in Appalachia.

In this campaign, we are committed to taking the profit out of financing climate change.



Location: 4510 Kingsessing Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19143