350 Chicago


350 Chicago was formed to bring Chicago-area citizens into the global climate movement that is 350.org. It serves as a space for Chicagoans to turn their despair into action and create hope for a habitable future on Earth.

We  envision a future without fossil fuels on a healthy, livable planet for all.  We share a passion for the environment, and we seek to connect with communities of like-minded organizations. And we take action locally on climate issues that are important to Chicago and the Midwest, including our primary campaign of Divestment.

2019 End-of-Year Giving

   As promised, Larry dyed his hair pink in honor of hitting our Goal for #GivingTuesday!  (See video above.) As 2019 comes to a close, the Team at 350 Chicago is reflecting on its accomplishments over the past year and looking ahead to great things in store for 2020…    In 2019, the 350 (More...)

Giving Tuesday – Dec 3rd, 2019

   Did you know that Giving Tuesday, the largest global giving day of the year?  We’re excited to be a part of this worldwide event, providing a chance to give back to our community. 350 Chicago has set a goal to raise $2500 in just 24 hours! Here’s what you can do to assist (More...)

Deep Decarbonization: The Next 50%

  by Christine Skolnik   Last week, Professor George Crabtree presented Deep Decarbonization, a talk about new and emerging energy technologies within the context of climate change. The talk was organized by 350 Chicago and hosted by the DePaul University Institute for Nature & Culture. George Crabtree is a Distinguished Professor of Physics at the (More...)

Deep Decarbonization: An Evening with Professor George Crabtree – Mon, Nov 11, 2019 @ 7PM

Presentation Recording Presentation slides and recent article by professor Crabtree on electric vehicles – attached below Crabtree_DeepDecarbonization_350Chicago_DePaul_11-11-19 Crabtree_TheComingElectricVehicleTransformation_Science366,422,19 Join 350 Chicago and the DePaul University Institute for Nature and Culture for an evening of discussion on Deep Decarbonization with Professor George Crabtree. This is a free event that is open to students and the public, (More...)

An Evening with Naomi Klein @ Music Box Theater – Oct 2, 2019

This Wednesday night, come out and hear from one of the strongest voices of the environmental movement. Social activist, filmmaker, and bestselling author Naomi Klein will be discussing her new book ON FIRE: The Burning Case for a Green New Deal with 33rd Ward Alderman Rossana Rodriguez at the Music Box Theater. On Fire shows (More...)

‘Paris to Pittsburgh’ – Film and Discussion, June 7th, 2019 @ 7PM

350 Chicago presents “Paris to Pittsburgh” A film by National Geographic exploring the moral, spiritual, and economic necessity of fighting the climate crisis. ‘Paris to Pittsburgh’ celebrates how Americans are demanding and developing real solutions in the face of climate change. And as the weather grows more deadly and destructive, they aren’t waiting on Washington (More...)

June Monthly Meeting: The Climate Reality Project

The INCONVENIENT CLIMATE CRISIS     Please join us Saturday, June 1st for a discussion and presentation by Chicagoan Cynthia Linton of The Climate Reality Project. Trained by Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project team, Cynthia will provide an updated version of Al Gore’s presentation, with an emphasis on local climate impacts and climate solutions in (More...)

May Monthly Meeting in McKinley Park!

Join us May 11th for our monthly jointly hosted by 350 Chicago and Neighbors for Environmental Justice. N4EJ is a McKinley Park-based grassroots group formed last year in response to residents’ concerns regarding the new MAT Asphalt plant there. Specifically, McKinley Park Residents have been worried about particulate matter being released into the air from (More...)