Welcome to 350 Maine!


In Boston on Saturday, December 12th, 350 Maine joined a diverse coalition including over 140 labor unions and workers’ rights groups, climate and environmental groups, and faith and social justice groups from across New England (see list here) to rally and march for Jobs, Justice, and Climate! As the UN climate negotiations in Paris concluded—reflecting some progress but falling far short of the dramatic changes we need—we raised our voices together to have the last word. The rest is up to us! Thank you to everyone who participated and made this event a success.


Sherri Mitchell of the Maine Penobscot Tribe addressed the crowd.



About 100 Mainers, including dozens of student members of Maine Students for Climate Justice, joined around 1,500 people from across New England for the rally and march. See more photos and media coverage of the event on our Facebook page!

For additional information as to how you might reduce your impact during the coming holiday season, please see this link.

Be sure to take the Pledge to Simplify the holidays.


Please see our 350 Maine Calendar for past and upcoming events in 2015.

NOTE: if you are interested in hosting a Tar Sands Healing Walk presentation in your areaplease contact Lee ChisholmSarah Lachance or Hilary Clark. See a video of a 11/23/14 presentation in Damariscotta here.

If you are interested in hosting a presentation related to the “Clear Skies Ordinance” win in South Portland, please contact Bob Klotz.

To engage with one of our regional node groups or campaign teams, please see this link

 What is 350 Maine?

We're building a grassroots network across the state to address the crisis of climate change and a world too dependent on dirty fossil fuels.

Together, under the banner of the message and organizing model of, we're forging a path to a cleaner, more sustainable future that puts the long term health of the planet and its inhabitants above the short term profits of energy companies.




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