We have several committees dedicated to fighting back against climate change. All of them are staffed by dedicated volunteers. Sign up to learn more about our mission!

Outreach and Education

We work to make citizens of southeast Michigan and beyond more aware of the science of climate change, its impacts on them and their community, and what they can do to stop it. Projects include an upcoming film series, various presentations around the region, and a Citizen’s Climate March on April 29, 2017.

Community Solar

Several southeast Michigan residents are interested in the potential of community-owned solar panels. This allows members of a community to share in the benefits of solar energy, even if they are not able to install solar panels themselves. For additional information on the science of community solar power, visit energysage.com, and sign up with 350.org to learn more about what we’re doing to bring solar to southeast Michigan!


We work to bring art in all its forms into the battle against climate change. From painting to sculptures, we raise awareness and give a voice to those fighting.


We organize phone banking and letter-writing sessions to bring our legislators’ attention to the myriad issues surrounding climate change, and assist with organizing upcoming campaigns. From the local to the national level, we make our voices heard!

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Let us contact you about future activities. And we won't ask you for money! (Only email is required.)

Sign Up For Buses to the April 29 Climate March in DC!

Buses are being organized that will leave Ann Arbor the evening of the 28th and head back when the march ends on the 29th. Click the blue button below to sign up for a local bus; if you would rather use Rally Bus, click here.

From Detroit to Western Washtenaw!

We will be:
  • Organizing to ensure that a climate change denier does not become president.
  • Lobbying to prevent Michigan’s lame duck legislature from eviscerating the state’s solar industry.
  • Coordinating participation in a 350-led march in Washington, DC during the first 100 days of the next administration.
  • Fighting for climate justice both in underserved communities and for displaced workers in the fossil fuel industry.
  • And much more!