Climate solutions for the Florida Panhandle

350 Pensacola provides local support for the global 350.org campaign. We offer lectures, discussion courses, workshops and other activities to encourage people to examine their personal values and habits and develop strategies for acting on their commitment to a healthy Earth and sustainable future.

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Pandemic is mere blip on rise of CO2

Keeling Curve update shows Covid-19 failed to significantly slow CO2 rise The shutdown in response to Covid-19 had little effect on the rise in CO2 in the atmosphere as recorded at Mauna Loa observatory in Hawaii, according to the annual update by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego. More...

Key departures in DC could impact future climate action

Former coal lobbyist named acting EPA chief after Pruitt’s resignation EPA administrator Scott Pruitt resigned on July 5 after 18 months of persistent dismantling of a slew of environmental regulations, especially those aimed at curbing climate change by reducing emissions from power plants and vehicles. More...

CLIMATE UPDATE – May 2018

Gulf of Mexico and its ‘stream’ are in the news…and it’s not good Weakening Gulf Stream could have major climate impacts   The Gulf Stream is weaker today than it has been in the last one thousand years, according to new research. More...

2017 Climate Change Update

When it comes to climate, we are in a time of extremes, growing concern, and denial The year 2017 was a year of more warming, more rapid melting of ice sheets, and extreme weather events from hurricanes and flooding to drought and wildfires. More...

Climate Update

Florida’s climate preparation grade: C- How well prepared are the states for climate change impacts? According to a report by Climate Central, states vary greatly, from five states getting A grades—California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania—to five getting F’s—Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, and Texas. More...